weed grow without nutrients

Answer: Possible? Yes.

Question: Is it possible to grow marijuana without nutrients? Or to grow without proper soil, for example using dirt you dig up outside?

With marijuana plants, you get what you put into it. If you don’t put a lot of effort into your grow, most of the time your plant won’t reward you with a lot of yield.

The best thing you can do at this stage is to arm yourself with lots of knowledge. As you learn more about what works and doesn’t work, you’ll learn about all the ways you can save money while growing and still get outstanding yields.

No because cannabis will not grow without nutrients.

If you check out the organic section you will see a lot of people who are growing with "super soil" which is highly amended poting soil that doesn’t need anything other than water to grow some great looking cannabis.

Soil has varying degrees of nutrients. A sterile "soilless" medium such as coco will have very little to no nutrients, while rich organic soil might have more than enough for a crop of cannabis. Even tap water has some nutrients in the form of dissolved solids.

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all plants need nutes, i use tap water myself but i let it sit for a few days before use to let the chlorine vapor off.
theres only calcium and some magnesium in tap water but those are just trace elements, and a trace is all a plant needs of some things.
but when it comes down to the NPK (nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) human assistance is needed.

Soil has varying degrees of nutrients. A sterile "soilless" medium such as coco will have very little to no nutrients, while rich organic soil might have more than enough for a crop of cannabis. Even tap water has some nutrients in the form of dissolved solids.

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This does not mean that it won’t grow without fertilizer, as not all nutrients are derived from fertilizer.

This does not mean that it won’t grow without fertilizer, as not all nutrients are derived from fertilizer.