There are several different mediums you can grow cannabis in. Coco Coir is one of them.
As a cannabis grower, many moments stick out in your mind as aww haw moments when the way you’ve been growing suddenly changes for the better. As a dedicated soil grower, I tended to ignore advice about using other substrates other than soil. I figured if it was good enough for mother earth, it’s good enough for my plants.
It wasn’t until I went to visit another medical grow and witnessed the difference between cannabis grown in soil and cannabis grown in a substrate such as Coco Coir. That day I had my eyes opened to the massive potential of growing in Coco Coir. I’m now going to share with you everything I learned that day that changed the way I grow forever.
Why did I make a significant change from soil to coco? By the time you finish reading this short article, you’ll know exactly why, and you’ll want to do the same!
What is Coco Coir?
Coco coir is a waste product made from the natural fiber of coconut husks. Found mostly in India, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka. In the past, this fiber was tossed away until some smart people figured out its amazing properties as a grow medium…