Indoor grows are the in-thing, but it comes with additional costs because you will have to replicate the outdoor conditions. If you don’t have access to some outdoor sunshine, then well, you have no choice. But should you have an outdoor garden, a sunny rooftop, or a balcony with access to some direct sunlight, then
Most states have a limit on how many plants of cannabis one can grow; sometimes it’s just 6 plants per adult. With this, growers are looking for the most effective ways to increase yields while saving a penny or two. New growers will often envision walking through thick and evened out canopies with sagging buds
Plants need light to thrive because this is the energy that they use to synthesize nutrients. Cannabis plants thrive under optimum light conditions whether they are growing indoors or outdoors. Outdoors they have to be exposed to 8-9hrs of natural light in a day. Indoors cultivation aims at mimicking the outdoor conditions; this is where
There are many ways to grow marijuana, hydroponics is one of them. As you might guess, hydro has to do with water and so hydroponics involves growing marijuana in water. Why would one wan to grow cannabis in water, one might ask? This article highlights a few reasons why you should consider this grow option.