Hydroponic Cultivation: Why Growing Cannabis in Water is Relevant

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When it comes to growing cannabis, you have three main growing styles to select from: soil, soilless, and hydroponics. Types of Hydroponic Systems for CannabisPerhaps the biggest way hydroponic setups separates itself from soilless and soil growing are these mediums’ reliance on a water reservoir that usually includes pumps to oxygenate the water. In a deep water culture system, the plants’ roots directly sit in their water reservoir. By connecting a soilless medium to a water reservoir with soft fabric strings, water and nutrients can passively move from the reservoir to the plant’s roots. Troubleshooting Common Hydroponic IssuesMonitoring and adjustments are so crucial when it comes to growing cannabis hydroponically.

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When it comes to growing cannabis, you have three main growing styles to select from: soil, soilless, and hydroponics. Technically, a soilless media like coco coir is considered hydroponics, but today, we are focusing on the classic hydroponic setups, such as setups that have the roots always in contact with the water. Hydroponic cannabis cultivation is one of the best ways to grow cannabis, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced gardener, so let’s get to it!

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