Beginner’s Guide to Growing Organic Cannabis

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When it comes to growing your own plants, there are a variety of ways to go about feeding them. In this video, we’ll be going over organically grown Cannabis plants.

Specifically, we’ll be talking about why a grower may consider growing with organics, what’s needed to grow organic Cannabis, and how to create a super soil as well as a tea to feed the plants.

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7 thoughts on “Beginner’s Guide to Growing Organic Cannabis

  1. When you use neem oil, it’s systemic so I was wondering if it ends up being in your end product (concentrates) even if you stop spraying during flower period, mad shout out to all you guys and affiliates, keep the knowledge rolling

  2. I’m growing organic and I’m getting necrosis starting in the middle of the leaves at the top and all the old leaves…I am mended my medium with more potassium and phosphorus how long does it take for them to come back. I’m 3 weeks into flower

  3. Rob????? I have a question reguarding composting .. Would it be a good idea to compost your leafs/steams back into your soil mix. Im thinking about this because when you farm a field say corn. after you harvest your corn you then plow / till the soil to in a sence re amend using the veg matter to add the unused minerals/elements back into the soil for the next season. Just seems like a great way to better ones soil and use the unused beneficial nutes that your plants don’t use by the time you harvest. Especially if you have the room for such a compost pile . You can also throw your tea waste into your compost pile as well . Seems like it would be benifical to not have any waste.. What do you think? Martin

  4. On one occasion in the past ,I forgot to flush my medium and had salt build up I only started to notice around week three of flower. That’s been awhile ago and we learn as we grow. Hopefully now that I’m in super soil, I should be able to avoid the salt build up that comes from using bottled nutrients.

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