Whether you call it cannabis, weed or pot, marijuana can actually grow in an indoor environment as long as appropriate measures are implemented. Growing indoors may even turn out to be more productive as it can provide higher yields of marijuana at a shorter period of time as compared to growing in an outdoor environment. However, reality dictates that it may be extremely challenging for beginners to start with an indoor marijuana growing setting.
Set Up the Basics
In order to be successful in growing marijuana in an indoor setting, it is very important to, at least, know the basics of outdoor growing, which are often referred to as the traditional way of growing marijuana plants. This is because the concept is entirely the same. Your goal is to produce a harvest which can turn out to be a good return to all your investments. At the same time, the idea is the same in which you need to optimize the light, nutrients, as well as ventilation.
At the same time, certain restrictions may pressure you to go ahead and start growing your marijuana plants in an indoor environment. While this may be the only option you have, it is very important to do some research about the project, but make sure that you do not tell anybody about it, or else the purpose of growing in a discreet environment is defeated.
Get All Equipment Needed
If you are extra careful in shopping around, you may be able to get everything that you need for a very reasonable price. However, if there are no available sources in your area, you can consider going online to get the items that you need. There are online garden shops these days that can provide you what you need. Among the items that you need are the following:
ü Mylar or white paint
ü Clones or marijuana seeds
ü Nutrient solutions
ü Pots and containers
ü Growing medium (e.g. coco coir)
ü Lighting (e.g. CFLs)
ü pH soil tester
Now that you have all the items that you need, you can now start your setup. This usually means prepping up your grow room and everything else related to it. Equip yourself with information on how to do so. Online sources are also available in this regard. At the same time, reading blogs will help you implement practical techniques in your indoor marijuana growing project.