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Measuring pH is quite easy and there are many methods to choose from. The most inexpensive and low tech method is using the pH kit. This involves taking a sample from your hydroponic solution and putting it in a clean vial. After that, you use the pH level kit to test the sample. Once you have put two drops of the testing liquid in the nutrient solution, the color of the solution will change into different shades of green or blue. This color is then compared to a color chart that comes with ...
Many Cannabis farmers will attest to the fact that good soil is one of the topmost considerations that they will have, and for good reason. The kind of growth medium that one uses will have a profound effect on the type of yield that is obtained. Soil is perhaps the most common medium, owing to its natural abundance and the ease of location. Today however, farmers have advanced from using plain soil to enhancing the medium of choice with fertilizers to improve the development of the plan as ...
PH is scientifically defined as the measure of the number of Hydrogen Ions (H+) in a given liter of solution. In simpler terms, this is referred to as the measure of a substance’s acidity or alkalinity. This indicates how acidic or how basic a specific substance is. In the pH scale, a ph level of 1 indicates that a certain substance is highly acidic. On the other hand, a pH level of 14 indicates that a substance is highly caustic or basic. The neutral pH is strictly maintained at a level ...
As discussed in part one of Cannabis plant abuse, there are several factors which could contribute to the stress that the crop will suffer. In addition to the different forms of abuse, listed below are other aspects which Cannabis farmers must be on the lookout for in order to grow healthy potent plants that will reach full maturity.   Fluctuation of the pH value For the Cannabis plant to grow in optimal conditions it is paramount to maintain a set pH range in which growth and ...
When growing marijuana, there are certain nutrient disorders that may affect your plants. This can be causes by a variety of factors such as poor nutrition and pH problems. Boron (B) is one of the fundamental nutrients that marijuana plants require for a number of important metabolic processes. This essential mineral is needed to promote cell division and the formation of new protein with cannabis plants. It also encourages seed production and plays a supporting role during pollination. ...
There are many factors that contribute to healthy growth of marijuana plants, and one of them is proper soil pH. Generally, marijuana grown in soil requires a pH level that ranges between 6.5 and 7.0, while hydroponically grown cannabis crops often thrive in a pH solution of between 5.5 and 6.5. When these levels are not maintained, this creates room for plant related disorders to manifest. Most novice growers are often consumed with the importance of ensuring proper nutrition for marijuana ...
When the PH of the water or soil is not balanced and it ends up being too high or too low, cannabis roots are no longer able to absorb nutrients properly. As a result, they become deficient of certain nutrients that are essential to their growth and their overall health is compromised. Therefore, though checking the soil PH regularly may be an extra task to complete outside the normal routine, it is worth the good result that you will gain when you harvest the best yield possible. Different ...