Whereas marijuana has been downplayed in its own right as a plant, it can turn out to be one of the most economically rewarding plants. Chances are if you have had an encounter with a marijuana farmer they have given you a thousand and one reasons on how great the crop is. However, there are some few fundamental considerations you have to bear in mind in order to get the best out of it. You could be by now wondering how to start on such a rewarding business, but the good thing is that you are already a potential marijuana farmer as you are.
But here comes the solution and be sure by the time you are done reading this your idea as a marijuana will be halfway materializing. Like any other plant marijuana requires lighting, air, and water. You would need to make sure that you regulate the water, the air as well as enough lighting.
It also needs some love and care to give you the best output you exactly need. You would be thinking whether to grow the crop indoors or outdoors. This is not much of a choice but rather what you find convenient for you.
If you are in a tropical country within the equator, outdoor would prove better. If in the high latitude areas or where privacy and security are an issue indoors would be recommendable but with a close range of temperatures. Even though the indoor costs would need you to stretch your wallet the yields will definitely cover the cost.
Pests and diseases and natural weather control will definitely make you go for the indoor option. But if you are out to get a good hobby then outdoor will be a great 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 ponder whether your civil water arrangement administrations would do any great to your yield.
Either too hard water or too soft water is the only water that could pose danger to your crop. The harder the water the greater the toxicity and the softer the water the more macronutrients it lacks.
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. Spacing would also be an essential aspect you would need to consider. Of course, not every Tom, Dick, and Harry should know what you are really into but unfortunately, the smell is your greatest enemy.