Ways of Growing Marijuana


First things first – knowing what you need will prep you for the game.
Grow medium: organic soil isn’t your only choice
Grow Light: brightness has an effect on yields
Water: the right (water) PH matters
Air: consider fresh air (with a slight breeze)
Temperature: not too hot, and not too cold
Nutrients: like other plants, cannabis plants need to eat

These points are just a summary of the important things you’ll need to grow marijuana.

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Should you grow indoors or outdoors?

Well, each comes with its pros and cons.

Growing cannabis outdoors is cheaper. When you grow outdoors, you don’t have to provide most of the supplies as mother nature, and the direct sunlight will take care of that. However, your plants are likely to be stolen, pollinated, infested by bugs, eaten by deer, etc.

Privacy isn’t also guaranteed — judgemental neighbors around could initiate the finger-pointing game.

Planting marijuana indoors, meanwhile, might come with a higher price tag, truth be told. You’ll need to pick an ideal grow space, install a reliable lighting system, control temperature/humidity, etc.

Yet, the benefits far outweigh the costs (if you know what you’re doing). You have total control over your cannabis plants — you can “tell” them to flower whenever by altering the lighting cycle, among other things.

Just ensure you’re providing everything your plants need to grow — nutrients, water, temperature, humidity, etc. Otherwise, you might compromise a luxuriant growth.

Some of the best practices you don’t want to overlook include the following:
Start small: especially if you’re a first-time grower.
Keep it clean: from seed to harvest.
Keep it light-tight: so light doesn’t escape through some outlets.
Ensure the right temperature, humidity, and airflow.
Make sure you’re able to pay that electricity bill, but it can skyrocket, especially if you’re a large-scale indoor grower. Ensure the setup costs are within your budget, too.

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Post time: Jun-02-2023
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