For marijuana to be considered organic it must be produced with mostly living components, which will all around enhance cannabis plant quality, and provide a naturally rich tasting flower. Finding the best organic mixture for growing cannabis is the first and most important step to get started.
The art of growing organic cannabis involves techniques that do not use any fertilizers, pesticides and sometimes even soil-less.
Instead growing mediums will include a compound of organic material such as; worm castings, bat guano, seabird guano, manure, sea kelp, steamed bone meal, blood meal, oat bran, fish, plus a variety of many more composts. Some growers have come up with their own combination of organic material and simply call it a "Super Soil" mix. You essentially just have to supply your cannabis plants with fresh clean water, and keep an eye on your pH levels so your plant is able to feed on the available organic nutrients.
Tips For Growing Organic Cannabis
Some of the best composts have included fruit and fruit bearing vines such as blueberries and watermelons. This technique will provide concentrated sources of calcium, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphates and potash.
Cannabis grown in a medium that includes; bat guano, rabbit manure, worm castings and blueberry vines will provide noticeable differences and really lock in the natural, rich earthy flavor organic cannabis is known for.
Pay close attention to growing medium acidity levels. When adding different growth materials in your mix it is important to manage your pH levels in order to keep a controlled environment.
Organic cannabis will grow a little slower than hydroponics, or seeds that were started in nutrient rich soil. Yet when given proper care and harvested correctly the taste and flavor can not compare. Additionally, organic cannabis has shown increased THC crystal production and overall high potency and quality.
When you use organic growing techniques you are fully aware of what is inside your dried cannabis and smoking is just a bit more smooth due to the absence of synthetic fertilizers and supplements.
The nutrient levels and flavor of cannabis grown organically will always surpass marijuana grown in synthetic fertilizer and soil. When growing organically all of your supplements are already naturally included in the mix.
When using an organic mix for growing there is no need for a flush cycle, there have been no chemicals added so there is no need to remove any chemical or fertilizer taste.
When you do not have to add supplements or undergo a flush cycle your cannabis grow starts to become more easier to facilitate. There is no guess work involved with measuring and estimating what your plant needs and when, no to mention organic cannabis is a lot more resilient to disease.
In conclusion, organic marijuana is clean burning with a lot of flavor, it is environmentally friendly and will never pose a risk to your health.