Some of these considerations include the texture, drainage ability and water retention capabilities of the soil.
So ultimately, you need to choose a soil that has a light texture as it will drain well and also retain an adequate amount of moisture.
Soil contains water; it also has a pH. In order for cannabis to thrive, the soil needs to be slightly acidic.
Some of these variables include:
However, this is a good thing because these nutrients are crucial to marijuana plants thriving.
Now here are a few examples of good and bad cannabis soil so you can see the texture you’re looking for!
When it comes to growing cannabis in soil, unless you’re using a brand that is known for making soil that is specifically cannabis-friendly, there are a few things that you need to consider before starting a grow.
Example of “Good” Cannabis Soil Ingredients
What should you look for in good cannabis soil?
Usually an organic potting mix does not have enough nutrients to last your plants for more than a few weeks, so it’s a good idea to always supplement with cannabis-friendly nutrients, especially in the flowering stage when your plant is making buds and needs lots of extra Phosphorus and Potassium.
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