Psalms 93 "The Lord reigneth, he is clothed with majesty; the Lord is clothed with strength, wherewith he hath girded himself: the world also is established, that it cannot be moved. 2 Thy throne is established of old thou art from everlasting. 3 The floods have lifted up, O Lord, the floods have lifted up their voice, the floods lift up their pounding waves 4 The Lord on high is mightier than the noise of many waters, yea, than the mighty waves of the sea. 5 Thy testimonies are very sure; holiness becometh thine house, O Lord, for ever."
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Growing your plants hydroponically has many benefits but there's a catch. First of all, anything grown in hydroponic style operations tend to grow much faster and much larger, allowing you to harvest sooner in many instances. The catch to this is that these types of grow ops require much more maintenance and chores so to speak. With hydroponic style gardens the grower is required to keep a constant check on certain things like PH (acid to alkaline balance), nutrient solution, mold or mildew, and at times the water must be filtered or changed. These types of system use different types of water distribution methods, and the equipment used for this often times needs maintenance. Another problem is keeping it organic, as this market is flooded with chemical, man made sorceries. I suggest making a compost tea for your hydroponic garden. An episode of Strain Hunters in Jamaica illustrates this, where growers use a swamp as a natural hydroponics to grow their Cannabis.
Hydroponics works by slowly feeding the roots of the plant with water which has been enriched by all the nutritional requirements of the plant. This can be accomplished with the right soil and water being combined, it's that simple. This is basically soil tea. The roots are massive and literally grow down into the water. Plants grown this way thrive and rapidly grow. A water pump is used, so you need to make sure no particles or organic material are floating around in the water. Anywhere in nature where water falls and flows is ideal. When something is off balance, such as the PH, or nutrient requirements, symptoms of an unhealthy crop appear almost instantly. Without constantly monitoring your garden can die rather quickly. Because of this, I can't emphasize enough why its important to have a lot of time to dedicate to hydroponic style grow ops. If you don't have the time or know how then failure can be expected. Police helicopters patrol anywhere where there is natural water ( bays, rivers, lakes, etc) because of illegal Cannabis grow operations.
It's very important to put a lot of thought and planning into any kind of garden. Organic soils, fertilizers, and growing mediums are suggested for several reasons. If you're going to consume whatever it is that you grow, you don't want to use non-organic growing supplies because like we are what we eat, so too are the plants. You are what you feed your crop because you are the that which you consume. Any type of vegetable, fruit, or herb is going to prefer organic food over anything else. The taste, aroma, and nutritional benefits will also be enhanced by going organic. Try to keep things the way God intended. Avoid anything that is an abomination, or tries to play God. Seek organic ingredients, and those products that are not tainted with anything Also try to keep in mind that more isn't always better, and over-fertilizing a plant will only result in the end product being lower quality due to high fertilization contamination. When you grow Tobacco or Hemp you don't want to smoke Miracle Grow now do you? There ya go.
With soil plots, given that the plots are in the right location, often times little to no maintenance is required, at least for certain types of gardens. In southern regions of the United States, I highly suggest putting your green-loved ones in a location that gets at least some shade. Even when the seed pack says direct sunlight it should not be taken too literally. I've seen many plants die from getting too much sun. This also helps lower the number of times you'll have to water them. As far as the dirt that you choose, this is the most important part of the grow. Once you plant your seeds and they take root, they're going to always want the same kind of dirt they were born in.
A lot of people like to make their own compost and that's fine. What you have to understand though is homemade compost must be thoroughly decomposed or you will see nothing but problems. Half composed compost tends to be loaded with critters like sugar flies, spider mites, and others that will surely make a meal out of your baby plants. Composting takes a long time, lots of heat, and a lot of scraps from foods such as fruits, vegetables, etc. It can also be done by gathering organic material from nature such as grass clippings, pine needles, etc. Ideally the dirty should be dark and fluffy, indicating that it's rich in nutritional requirements. Psalm 95:5 The sea is his, and he made it: and his hands formed the dry land. He also formed the plants therein, and told us in Genesis that "God gave man ever herb bearing seed" and in Ezekiel and Revelation he told us about the tree of life, and how "the leaf thereof shall be for medicine" The twelve months I believe indicate every month producing medicine for the season.
If you're going to grow something indoors, I suggest LED lights. You can get a 2000w system for as low as $25!! This is unheard of! and They don't put off a lot of heat either!Sun grown is always better, as it is the way that God intended it. On a final note I wanted to share with everyone some of the most common reasons plants die. The first reason is over watering. Your babies should only be watered after the soil is completely dry from the previous watering. A good way to tell is to stick your finger a couple of inches in the dirt, and if its dry then you should be good to go. You don't always want to water immediately after the growing medium is dry though. Some species tend to prefer not to be watered constantly. The second reason botanicals often times don't make it is they get too much sun. Finally, you don't want it to be too clay like in consistency. Perlite can be added to just about any soil and will surely increase your odds of getting a harvest. Perlite is natural, and allows the dirt to drain better, while also getting plenty of air. If you choose to use soil, I suggest finding compost naturally outdoors ( yes FINDING ), or make your own, or last but not least buy some good organic soil like Fox Farms brand Organic Soil. You can dilute this stuff with white beach sand ( remember your plants are what they eat and over-fertililzation does not yield better quality crops but more harsh ones )
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