Growing in Water (Hydroponics)
Easy Nutrients: General Hydroponics Flora Trio Guide
For many people, nutrients can be a pretty confusing topic. Not only are there tons of companies to wade through, but some companies have multiple nutrient lines, extra supplements, additives, etc. And once you’re through with that, you still have to figure out how much and how often to feed your plants.
Luckily, many of the major nutrient lines out today will grow great cannabis. However, some can empty your wallet and leave you with much more work than is needed!
Deep Water Culture: Your Questions Answered!
When people think of the word ‘hydroponics’, they think of growing with lots of water. Although the term ‘hydroponics’ includes mediums such as coco coir, the term originally referred to growing your plants with their roots in water.
Case Study: Root Rot Recovery
by Sirius Fourside
In this article, I will share how we were able to remedy a case of cannabis root rot in a hydroponic setup. Root rot is often thought of as being “incurable” and I’ve heard of several cases where growers throw away their cannabis plants that are hit by root rot. I know lots of growers who have tried hydroponic growing, and gave up after running into root rot for the first time.
Soil or Hydro?
Which growing medium is right for your cannabis grow? Should you grow hydro, with soil, or a hydro-soil fusion (such as soilless potting mixes)? Which grow medium will produce the results you want?
Today, get a basic explanation of what to expect for each type of cannabis grow medium (including pros/cons, effect on yields, quality, etc)
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First Timer CFL Bubbleponics Grow – 5oz in 3 months
Quick Grow Snapshot
4 plants in a 2’x2′ grow area, Max height 17″
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