Question: Is it possible to grow marijuana without nutrients? Or to grow without proper soil, for example using dirt you dig up outside?
With marijuana plants, you get what you put into it. If you don’t put a lot of effort into your grow, most of the time your plant won’t reward you with a lot of yield.
Answer: Possible? Yes.
The best thing you can do at this stage is to arm yourself with lots of knowledge. As you learn more about what works and doesn’t work, you’ll learn about all the ways you can save money while growing and still get outstanding yields.
The core group of nutrients necessary for a healthy marijuana plant is nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
What Nutrients are we Talking About?
There are a lot of recipes floating around, but the process is essentially just custom-making some very rich compost.
Make your own Super Soil
It’s impossible to grow without any nutrients—plants need to get them from somewhere.