If the soil is healthy, plants including cannabis will grow.
The way I see it, a seed has everything it needs to get started in the world, as long as the soil isn’t too dense. However, once a plant starts to grow, it needs different things from the soil, so it may get started okay, but not do well in the long term if you don’t amend the soil at all.
I grew a plant (accidentally) in shag carpet back in 1979. Lol I did transplant it when it was approx 2’ tall. It was a champ.
Fk yeah happens every year here
you can expect anything you want whether or not its gonna happen is a different story
True word up there
You know the term, “ditch weed”? Cannabis will grow pretty much anywhere (unless it’s the Dutch bought Chocolate Fondue). What makes it a quality product, is good light, growing medium, water and nutrients; temperature too. The more you can fine tune those elements, the better quality you have.
50 / 50 chance
I did let's see what happens
Malcom Barnes for sure been day 3 just a few more days to see if it sprouts keep u updated
It is naturally a wild plant.
It's a weed. I will grow almost anywhere. You only improve it with different environment, food, and care.
Sure it will BUT I'm sure it's lacking in nitrogen phosphorus and calcium the building blocks of good cannabis
Fertile soil in nature exists all over the World: Where do you think we learned to make it?
If you want it to grow, then no. If you don't care, then yes.
it will grow
What Lorrie Parra means, if you want it to produce a good crop, then regular dirt is often not very good, right lorrie?
it depends on where you live and how good you are buddy but even people that use the ground to grow prep it first
Dig a deep pit, put in the soil back loosely so the roots have an easy path to grow into, and water collects in it better. You can grow on a very limited budget!
not that experienced but i have heard of people adding bags of perlite after digging a hole the size of a bath tub'
Deep is better than wide, in my opinion.
the simple answer is yes.
But we wanted the long, complicated, and long-winded answer!
Yeah, cant promise the girl wont get bugs or no nutes. Kinda like raising a kid in a crack house. You wont get a beautiful lady
I disagree. Plants of been growing in nature for millions of years without any added nutrients.
And until the last 10-20 years its been garbage
It depends on the native soil conditions.
Humidity, temperature, lighting, nutrients, ph and pest control are easily manipulated in an indoor grow to achieve maximum result. This is literally basics.
Use this, there are no nutrients in the soil so you can control how many nutes actually go in. You dont have to use clay pellets, and this shit is by far the best medium when it comes to water draining and flushing (because there are no nutes) I have a buddy who buries 50 gallon to the surface, then fills it in with this stuff. Personally i dont like it because roots thrive in a cozy environment, but it still works
It's a weed ... İt will grow any where .... İt's hard to kill.... Unless your a real idiot
Kinda how it works
Depends. Some strands may not handle the outdoor aspects. Alot of time it has to do with the climate not being controlled. Hot and cold changes, what not. Some strands handle it fine. I recommend if doing it, do it right!
I they are auto's they pretty much grow anywhere. There are some pretty healthy and easy to grow strains that would grow like crazy.
All out doors
There's a difference between "outdoors" and a "seed in the ground".
Haha that seed in ground very well taken care of fertillized every 30vdays and loved !!BUD MUST BE LOVED AND RESPECTED
Just like a woman takes alil TLC
Every month? Try every 4 days: I do 200L (53 USGAL) for twelve plants. Now we're just starting to see signs of the change to court, so I'm at 1/4 strength vegetative, 1/4 strength flowering. It was cal/mag day, so it was at 100% strength, and then the B1 additive. Oh, and some flowering enhancer at full strength. This will be every four days, except the cal/mag shot (that's a preventative measure). Also, I have some slow release dry nutrients that you sprinkle around your plant (top dressing) that you top up every month. THAT'S love for the plant.