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Written by Neal Brown . Updated: February 12, 2021

A Complete Guide to Growing Cannabis Naturally

Those who turn to medical marijuana with health concerns typically want to try something that is natural. Others who want to enjoy marijuana recreationally enjoy the fact that it is a naturally grown plant. However, the typical marijuana plant is not as naturally grown as many people would think. Instead, it is grown using chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and the growing methods used often take quite a bit of electricity and water, which is not great for the environment.

Many of these practices are not only unsafe for those who consume marijuana, but they are unsafe for the environment as well. Most growers, especially companies that grow marijuana commercially, are not using natural techniques to grow their plants anymore. Indoor operations can provide numerous benefits, but they also demand a lot of resources. Outdoor operations typically require pesticides and fertilizers, with many of the ones used today being synthetic and full of a variety of chemicals.

Those who plan on growing their own marijuana, however, do not have to do this. They can opt to use more natural methods to help their plants grow and have high-yield harvests throughout the year. Read through the information below to learn more about how to grow marijuana without the use of added chemicals and understand how the various natural techniques can make a difference not only in how the marijuana grows but how safe it is for the environment and for those who consume it.

Why Grow Marijuana Naturally?

One question many beginners have is why they should grow marijuana naturally. The truth is simple! Setting up everything indoors can allow them perfect control over how the plants grow and using pesticides can help keep the plants pest-free while they are growing, allowing growers to get a better harvest. However, natural growing techniques do provide a number of benefits.

  • Save Money – One of the biggest benefits is saving money. Growing naturally is far less expensive because there is no need to spend a lot on electricity or water, or to purchase synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.
  • Better Taste – Marijuana that has been grown naturally will have a better taste compared to buds harvested from plants that were grown with synthetic products being used.
  • Reduce Carbon Footprint – All of the electricity and other resources used add up and take a toll on the environment. Those who grow marijuana naturally can reduce this, thus reducing their overall carbon footprint.
  • Conserve Water – Plants grown naturally, done the right way, will use less water. This helps conserve water significantly, especially if the right watering practices are put into place from the beginning.
  • Reduce Toxic Runoff – When plants are watered, some of the pesticides and fertilizers will run off and soak into the ground, eventually ending up in our water supply. Using natural growing methods helps significantly reduce the toxic runoff from plants, which is much better for the environment.

Naturally Versus Organically: The Differences

Growing naturally and growing organically do have similarities, but they are actually very different. Growing organically requires adherence to specific guidelines. If adherence is not met, it is possible to lose the organic certification. This generally applies only to fruits, vegetables, and meats, as certification is done according to federal guidelines, and marijuana is not yet legal federally. In most cases, adherence to organic practices is incredibly expensive, and it may not be the most efficient way to grow plants or the healthiest.

Naturally is what most people think of when they think of organic. Naturally grown marijuana is done with the environment in mind at all times and without the use of dangerous chemicals or other synthetic products that many use when growing. Naturally means sticking with sustainable and renewable methods as much as possible to create healthier plants and higher yields, while reducing the carbon footprint of growing at home. It can be very cost-effective to grow marijuana naturally and does not require specialized equipment or other products.

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