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how to grow marijuana hydroponic system

How to grow marijuana hydroponic system

I used to depend on the local headshops for potent boo until one of my friends came up with this idea of growing hydroponics marijuana in my basement.

What does hydroponic cannabis mean?

Plants need love, care, and patience. If you’ve started this, don’t back out and take proper care of your canna-plant properly. Here are a few types of equipment that you’ll require to keep a check on your cheeba, somewhat similar to how we have thermometers and stethoscopes for us.

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Nitrogen is one of the most essential elements of all. It helps building enzymes, proteins, and chlorophyll in the cannabis plants. Chlorophyll is further responsible for photosynthesis that helps the plant to grow.

How to grow marijuana hydroponic system

Have you seen cannabis plants growing with their roots just floating in a reservoir of water? This type of hydroponics is known as Deep Water Culture (DWC), and has been around for over a 100 years! As more growers gain experience with this medium, DWC has become increasingly popular for growing cannabis. Hydroponic setups are really neat and offer some big benefits over growing in soil!

Is Hydroponics Good for Growing Cannabis?

Today I’ll teach you how to set up your hydroponic reservoir for growing cannabis, and I’ll show you what you need to do each day for optimum growth

When it comes to hydroponic cannabis…

So there are five major parts to getting set up. You need….

Hydro is a no-brainer for me. Whenever I go back to a hand-watered grow like coco coir, I am always surprised by how much extra time it takes to water plants and remove the runoff. The most intimidating part of hydro is just getting started – after that it’s actually really easy to take care of your plants. In my opinion, hydro is far easier and less time consuming than growing in soil or coco coir once you’re set up. If you are interested in hydro, go for it! If you follow this tutorial you will succeed!

Benefits of Hydro Over Soil