Factors to Consider Before You Grow Cannabis
Marijuana, though despised by many as a profitable crop, it is actually the best crop to grow for recreational and job purposes. Chances are if you have had an encounter with a marijuana farmer they have given you a thousand and one reasons on how great the crop is. However, there are some few fundamental considerations you have to bear in mind in order to get the best out of it. The reason you are here is because you want to know where to start but the good thing is that you really have to be an agriculturalist to start this great adventure.
But here comes the solution and be sure by the time you are done reading this your idea as a marijuana will be halfway materializing. You probably have the basic resources with you now, that is fresh air, water and a source of lighting. You would need to make sure that you regulate the water, the air as well as enough lighting.
You also have to raise your standards on the commitment to the plant to give you quality yields. You would be thinking whether to grow the crop indoors or outdoors. This is not much of a choice but rather what you find convenient for you.
If you are in a tropical country within the equator, outdoor would prove better. One may need to consider growing it indoors especially where the natural environment is a growth inhibiting factor. Although operational cost would be a bit higher the yields automatically compensate for the cost.
Indoors growth also tend to limit the number of pests and hence reduce the chances of using chemicals on marijuana. But if you are out to get a good hobby then outdoor will be a great start.
It will be one of the most significant investments throughout the crop growth. If you are at the verge of the beginning it is recommendable that you start small with locally available fertilizers and a pH meter.
If the soil is deficient of any nutrients the fertilizers will compensate for them. You would ponder whether your civil water arrangement administrations would do any great to your yield.
The truth is it could give you exactly what you desire if its neither too hard nor too soft. The harder the water the greater the toxicity and the softer the water the more macronutrients it lacks.
Reverse osmosis should never be too far from your mind if the water source is questionable. Reverse osmosis will be your best friend when it comes to elimination of waste from the plants. Spacing would also be an essential aspect you would need to consider. You probably wouldn’t want anyone what is going around your way but the smell is your number enemy.