In the realm of cannabis cultivation, there is this one question that lingers on for all eternity: how should you grow your cannabis hydroponics or soil?
And the answer can be as simple as — if you like the challenge and tinkering with new technology, go for hydroponics. If you want to keep it as natural as possible, go with soil.
But this is, in no way, a definitive answer.
Most beginner growers start off with soil, just because it’s the most traditional growing medium. On a plus side, it is the ancient way of growing marijuana and, according to many experts, produces a yield with better flavor.
Hydroponic growing is a more recent trend, hyped up through its many promises. Growing cannabis in hydroponics essentially means to grow it in anything but soil…
…and that means you’ll have to learn more about ebb and flow, aeroponics, drip irrigation and nutrient management.
Sounds too complicated at first, right?
But to truly breakdown which growing method wins, we’ll have to go a bit deeper.
Strap up Pablo.
The real difference between hydroponic and soil growing
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