Growing earth-friendly cannabis can not
only help the planet but also save your time and money.
Eco-cultivation is also aimed to create delicious, high-quality herb.
Although it may require additional resources in the beginning, it is
much cheaper in the long run. As the planting time is coming, here
are five tips on how to grow earth-friendly weed.
Planting companions is a great way to eliminate pesticides and give your herb plenty of vital nutrients. Many plants can fix nitrogen, while others are able to protect your plants from harmful insects.
Here are the perfect cannabis companions to be grown with your herb:
Industrial animal agriculture is known to have a negative impact on climate change. The easiest way to go veganic is to avoid using such products as blood meal, fish meal, and bone meal. You can replace these fertilizers with plenty of other harmless products:
Introducing beneficial insects is extremely useful for both indoor and outdoor gardens. Earthworms, nematodes, praying mantis, and ladybugs can reduce pesticides and decrease the chances of various infections.
Vermicompost, also known as worm composting, is a perfect solution for creating nutrient-rich soil. Although the entire process of making it will take you about 3-4 months, you will get more phosphorus, nitrogen, and potassium in your weed garden. To create vermicompost, you will need worms, bedding, a container, some kitchen scraps, and water. The process is easy, while its results are miraculous.
Bug-eating birds can easily help you fight caterpillars, slugs, and other harmful insects. Just arrange some bird feeders or nesting boxes in your outdoor garden to welcome the winged creatures.