What is hydroponic cannabis?
The term hydroponic derives from Latin terminology that means the work of water. It is a system where you grow cannabis in water enriched with specific nutrients that replace the ones the plant usually finds in the soil. Moreover, the water is oxygenated at a high level for the grower to grow cannabis without any difficulties. Since there is no soil involved in such a growing system, some of the readers might be thinking, how does it happen in the first place?
The cannabis plants are placed in a sterile environment with an inert growing way. All the nutrients essential in the growth of the cannabis plant are mixed into water in the initial process. Such a method tends to accommodate air, water, and nutrients to the cannabis plant through several mediums for its growth without the use of substantial root webs.
When a plant does not grow giant webs of roots, it produces flower much more rapidly. If you are looking to have excellent yields, make sure that you take control of the atmosphere in which the crops grow. With this process, you can regulate the plant’s absorption percentage from both air and water.