Soil

  • Watering marijuana

     Water is the basis of all life.  80% of the weight of the plant is water.  It is what dissolves the nutrients and carries them from the soil and up through the plant.  Dissolved nutrients are absorbed by the roots and are handed cell to cell up the stem conduits known as the xylem.  The…

  • Cannabis soil temperature

    The ideal soil temperature for growing cannabis should be between 65-76 degrees F.  At this range the conditions are optimal for the various chemical processes.  Lower temperatures will stunt the root growth while higher temps dehydrate the roots and may cook them. Measuring the soil’s temperature is as easy as sticking in a thermometer used…

  • Marijuana soil ph

    The pH is the measure of the acidity or alkalinity of the soil.  One way to think of this is to think of alkaline as being bitter and acid as being sour.  The pH is measured on a scale from 1-14.  7.0 is considered neutral and is where you want your soil to be.  While…

  • Cannabis soil

    “The problem marijuana has getting decriminalized is that nobody can remember where they left the petitions.  ‘I think I had three…  Yeah…  three.’” George Carlin  Cannabis is, well, a weed.  As such it grows in most any soil.  Your goal, however, is to elevate a weed and make it a beautiful, healthy and vibrant plant. …