If you need marijuana routinely, why don’t you try to plant it by yourself? Today’s agricultural technology has made growing plants way easier than it used to be. Everyone with a strong will and Internet connection can be a farmer, which includes those want to grow weed too.
The Benefits of Growing Cannabis
Besides for refilling your supply, growing cannabis can also be your source of additional income. Here are other benefits that make not growing weed seem like a waste of opportunity:
- Marijuana thrives quickly
Planting marijuana and growing it is not rocket science. You only need to follow the instruction, and you can get your product in roughly 4 to 5 months.
- Marijuana does not need ideal conditions
You can grow marijuana anywhere. Cold weather used to be an issue but today’s artificial light and humidity conditioner can tackle that problem.
- Legalization is spreading
Shipping your products abroad may not be an option yet. However, if you see the pattern of how rapid hemp legalization is, you will notice how the knowledge and experience of growing the plant is potentially important expertise in the near future.
The Soil-less Media
You can grow your weed with various media. First, the hydroponic is your best choice if you want to reap your leaves fast. However, as the abundant nutrients in this method put the plant in a hyper-growth mode, your treatment must be precise and on time. Otherwise, your plant may experience a nutrient burn condition.
Your second option is a mix of perlite, rock wool, vermiculite, expanded clay pebbles, and coco coir. What you need to watch out when you use a mix is that their pH value may be higher than 6.5 or lower than 5. The manufacturers assume that you will add some fertilizer and water that will cancel out that pH imbalance.
Also, a premade medium often comes with nutrients. If you add too many additional nutrients, the plants can undergo the nutrient burn stage. However, it will be not as severe as if you plant using the hydroponic method.
Watering Your Plant
You have to invest in a water filter with a reverse osmosis system if you want your weed to grow fast and big. By default, the tap water contains many chemicals that can disrupt both the pH balance and mineral contents in your plant. The water needs to be as neutral as possible because you will add the nutrients there later.
A reverse osmosis filtration significantly reduces water contaminants. It uses multiple membranes that can eliminate unwanted elements from the water. It also ensures your plant to be free from microorganisms that can affect the soil’s ecosystem.…