Cannabis Plants Thrive When Growing in Coco Coir!
Cannabis nutrients tend to have schedules that give too high levels of nutrients for proper growth. If you’re using the custom nutrient schedule I created for you above, you can simply follow the instructions. But if you’re using a different nutrient system, I encourage you to start providing all nutrients in the water at half strength.
6.) Maintain flowering plants until they are ready to harvest. Care is basically the same as before, except during the flowering stage it becomes more important to control temperature and humidity than ever. Cannabis plants are much more finicky in the flowering stage, and it’s easy to trigger problems if you aren’t controlling your environment. Watch over plants closely, and make every effort to expose all bud sites to light and a breeze. You can still train plants by gently bending too-tall colas, but avoid any major training once the plant has started making buds.
Coco coir is made with recyclable and reusable materials, which means you can extend its life beyond just a few growing cycles. Unlike pebbles that are usually thrown out after each grow, or soil that needs to be rejuvenated with nutrition, coco coir is easier to maintain and keep reusable after multiple grows.
If you plan on reusing coco coir, you’ll have to let it dry first and then remove any plant stems and other debris after a growing cycle. Other than that, you’ll be good to go and your coco will be ready to reuse.
Once your coco coir is ready, you can fill your growing pots. Next, you’ll want to water your plants. Properly watering your plants will determine how successful your coco harvest will be.
How Do I Use Coco Coir?
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Coco coir delivers nutrients directly to your plants during every feeding cycle, and it also retains nutrients so you don’t have to water your plants as frequently as you would with a hydroponics system.
Eco-Friendly and Reusable
Healthy Root Development
By the end of this guide, you’ll be able to grow your very own plants using coco coir!