Factors That Impact Your Cannabis Strain: Part 3, Growing Techniques

If you’ve been following our five-part series that dives into the different factors that can impact your cannabis strain, you know that both cannabis genetics and environmental considerationscan influence your favorite strain’s end result. Today we’ll dive more deeply into the most common grow techniques and how they can affect the plants.

When we covered environmental factors in part 2, we touched upon a few different grow techniques: soil, hydroponics, and aeroponics. Let’s examine each method a little more closely.

Soil Growing

Natural and organic growers appreciate the stability that soil offers. Soil is known to be forgiving, especially for novice growers. Good soil mixes will already have nutrients that are crucial to the development of the plant. Soil also gives growers a bit of a cushion when balancing the pH of their garden. The nutrient mix found in the soil can limit the need for added feeding and help preserve the natural expression of the plant.

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