As we look at the different cultivating systems for the indoor grower, currently hydroponics are the most popular method being utilized by both beginners and pros alike. It’s not that this particular method of Hydroponic cultivation is easy… some would save it’s a down right pain. Nevertheless, hydroponics are very much worth the effort for flower yield and cycle rotations.
While monitoring and maintaining a hydroponic system can actually be a lot of work, it’s not impossibly difficult to do. By utilizing a hydroponics system you gain control over your marijuana plants environment and inputs, i.e. – exactly what they receive in the way of light, and their quality of nutrients, thus increasing the control you gain over your plants environment. In other words, the plants are exactly monitored for what they received in the way of light, air quality and nutrients – thereby putting this method of soil less mixes at the top of the charts.
Why does a hydroponics system provide the best control over nutrient intake? As much as water is crucial to plants health, so is the air quality around it. Oxygen, carbon and hydrogen are just some of the nutrients delivered this way – after all rights, roots have to have oxygen! Rock wool cubes are your best friend making the clones so vital to this process. Then, once they’re ready for their wonder woman sized pots, Coo Coo fiber, puffed clay, peat moss and Perlite are popular choices for soil less mixes. Ask around your local hydroponics shops or at at your local grow store… or just do a little research online to see which indoor mediums and marijuana seeds work best for your areas particular climate.