Things to Consider in Choosing the Right Set-up for Marijuana Plants to GrowIf you want to start growing marijuana plants, there are a few things that must be considered. Growing weed plants is not the same with other farming endeavours and it is no understatement to say that its controversial nature is one reason why you should think twice before doing it in the first place. But setting aside all the political concerns and assuming that you have it all figured out, let us look at what you have to consider when growing cannabis plants especially for the first time.
The first thing to consider is to decide if you are growing indoors or outdoors. There are lots of differences between these two settings and it is best to be familiar with both or at least one of them in the first place. Knowing some of the basics is a big help and will definitely be a good starting point in growing more effectively in the process. Once the set-up has been decided, the next logical step is to choose which strain to grow. If an indoor setting has been chosen, then a strain that grows best in that set-up should be chosen. Growing in an indoor setting is easier though it costs more as compared to an outdoor setting.
If an outdoor set-up is decided, there are also some concerns that must be addressed. Unlike in an indoor setting where the climate and temperature can be controlled, the same is not true outdoors. Therefore choosing a strain that is best grown outdoors must necessarily include a validation on whether it can at the same time grow in your given climate. Most of the commercially available strains were bred in Europe or colder climates and might not be applicable to be grown in a tropical environment. Though marijuana plants are basically strong and sturdy such that they can survive in almost any outdoor environment especially sativa varieties, still the change of environment can have a negative effect especially on its yield. Choosing strains that have been acclimatized to your particular climate would be advisable in this regard.
Are there all-weather varieties of marijuana strains to grow?There are breeders that claim their strains or at least some of them are all-weather and therefore can thrive in any environment. The only way of finding out really is to try to grow and see for yourself.
Which is better between indoor and outdoor growing of cannabis plants?It will depend on your particular situation and capabilities. Indoor will require some expertise and the set-up costs money. Outdoors on the other hand have securities issue so it is best to decide on which of them is best for your situation.
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