Growing Marijuana Information

With a decision to start growing marijuana or growing your own medical marijuana garden there are important facts that you must follow before you get started. First, one of the most important things that you must do is have permission to grow in your town and be a licensed medical marijuana patient.

There are different laws around the world for marijuana cultivation so find out what you have to do to be legal in your area. Also make sure that you are growing only the amount of plants that is required by law, if all medical marijuana growers follow the law there is a better chance that one day this beautiful herb will be legal for medical patients around the world.

When starting you own medical garden whether it be indoors or outdoors it’s a good idea to find a good grow store or hydroponic store in your area. When starting your garden there are a list of materials that you must acquire to get started. Also locate a welding store in your area to find out how to purchase co2 tanks if growing indoors, co2 plays a big part in potent medical marijuana.

Some of the basic supplies that are a must when you grow marijuana, and it consists of :

Good Soil – good soil is a must when growing marijuana, I use an organic mix with my seedlings and clones that has enough nutrients to feed the plant up to 30 days then I transplant the plant in to a bigger container and switch to an organic soil less medium that is made up of different components such as moss and peat which contains no nutrients so I can add in my own.

Proper Nutrients – a plant must eat, just as you do, to thrive an stay alive especially when the plants are in the budding stage. Do some research and find a good nutrient base for the vegetative stage as well as the flowering stage. You can find marijuana nutrients online or at your local hydroponic store.

Plastics Containers- In a marijuana plants life it will be transplanted 3 times. It will start in a small plastic cup whether started from seed or clone for 20-30 day to build the root structure, then it will be transplanted into a 1 gallon plastic pot/container for another 20-30 days to build the root structure even more. The bigger the roots the bigger the fruits! After the 30 days your plant will then make its journey to a 5–20 gallon pot/container to finish out its life cycle.

LED Grow Lights – if growing indoors it’s a must that you purchase good lights that can put off enough lumen to grow big beautiful buds.

Circular Fans- it’s good to have multiple fans in your grow room to keep the fresh air circulating and help keep the temperature in the room from getting too hot.

Timers- wall timers are used for the lights in the different growth stages, when the plants are in the vegetative stage the timers need to be set to turn the lights on for 18 hrs and shut the lights off for 6 and in the flowering stage the timers are set to go on for 12 hrs and go off for 12 hrs imitating the short days of autumn to induce flowering.

Temperature and Humidity Gauge- in the grow room it’s important to keep the temperature and the humidity at a steady number. When the plants are in the vegetative stage the humidity can be higher like 50%-75% but when in the flowering room we don’t want mold to grow on the buds so we keep the humidity around 30%. The temperature in both rooms should always be between 75-80 degrees, if the temperature fluctuates too much the plant will be effected.

There is a quick list of some things that are needed when starting your own medical garden. There are a lot of other very important factors that come in to play when growing your own medicine that’s why its important to do your research and find out all the ins and outs on growing marijuana.

Indoor Growing Kits : Hydroponics is the Way to Go

Hydroponic indoor growing kits may be currently unconventional, but they work. As a gardening method, hydroponics has been used since the beginning of recorded history. The term was originally derived from Latin and means “working water” and describes growing in water that contains dissolved nutrients. The plants are supported without soil, often inside indoor growing kits. How simple!

The advantages indoor growing kits provide using hydroponics are as varied as the people who use them. Indoor growing kits allow for growing crops where you normally could not.  Try to grow summertime vegetable favorites like tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and cucumbers in northern climates and see how you are subject to the climate and length of the growing season in your area. However, where there is any indoor dwelling suitable for people, growing plants indoors with indoor growing kits is possible.

Indoor growing kits using hydroponics needs no soil. You can grow without that limitation. Outdoor gardeners must contend with air and soil temperatures,  and quality which results in limited amounts of time for growing. Indoor growing kits give you the opportunity to grow and harvest fruits and vegetables year round with the added benefit of avoiding the mess of weeding, bugs, digging and frequent watering.

As a direct result of controlling every aspect of the environment with hydroponic indoor growing kits, everything is adjusted to the plant’s liking for maximum growth and yield. You can also get results from thirty to fifty percent faster. Indoor growing kits are the easiest solution for everyone, even beginners, to get started with hydroponic gardening. The choices and variety of different indoor growing kits will meet your indoor gardening needs, allowing for a personalized system. Deep water culture, wick and ebb and flow, are just a few of the hydroponic indoor growing kits available. Growing this way is considered more practical than traditional soil based gardening as it requires much less space (about twenty percent of the space of soil based gardening), uses fewer resources and produces results all year long.

Growing a garden using hydroponic growing kits also allows you to eat the produce you want, without the use of harmful pesticides.  There is simply less resource cost than soil based gardening. Hydroponic indoor growing kits use less than half of the water usually necessary for plant growth in soil. Whether you decide to be an organic gardener or not is your choice.  However, growing in your home you are able to grow without pesticides. There are whole communities and resources for organic hydroponic systems.

The advantages of hydroponic indoor growing kits, being endlessly versatile and adaptable to any environment, make it a good choice for everyone. Indoor gardening that flourishes with simple, inexpensive indoor growing kits are capable of expanding as your new hobby. What could be better than that?

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