Marijuana, though despised by many as a profitable crop, it is actually the best crop to grow for recreational and job purposes. Ask any marijuana farmer and they will definitely recommend you to grow it. Definitely you wouldn’t want to be disappointed if you gave the idea and there are some deliberate efforts you will have to put in place to get the best output. 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.
By the time you are done with this article you will be locked and loaded to get down to business. Like any other plant marijuana requires lighting, air, and water. You would need to make sure that there is enough air, water, and proper lighting.
For the best results it also needs to be tenderly cared for and it won’t disappoint in reciprocating. You would be wondering whether to practice the farming either indoors or outdoors. It is actually not a strict policy to grow it indoors outdoors but where you feel is best for you.
For people within the warmer equatorial regions outdoors would be the most convenient for them. 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. Anyway if you are out to start it as a pass time activity, outdoor will be a great choice to start.
It will be the major investment that you will make when managing the crop. To the inexperienced the organic is more advisable where you use locally provided fertilizers and good control of the pH with a good meter.
The fertilizers will cater for any of the soil deficiency and give you better yields. You would be wondering whether your municipal water provision services would do any good to your crop.
Either too hard water or too soft water is the only water that could pose danger to your crop. Too hard water will cause toxicity and too soft water will need additional macronutrients.
You would opt to use reverse osmosis if you are not sure of the water you are using. Reverse osmosis will do you the favor of eliminating all the unwanted waste in the plant. You don’t need too much space but would need to consider proper spacing for proper growth. You probably wouldn’t want anyone what is going around your way but the smell is your number enemy.