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Best Soil to Use for Growing Marijuana

You don’t want to just buy the cheapest soil you can find because the end result will not be that great. You should make sure that you don’t budget shop when you are looking for soil and make sure that the soil you buy is effective enough to work well to grow the marijuana plants. If you are cheap when you buy soil you could end up buying unsterilized soil and that usually containers parasites. It would be likely that you won’t even discover that there are parasites in the soil until after you can no longer transplant your marijuana plants.

Where to Buy Soil

You can find high quality soil everywhere really but some places would include a plant or garden shop, Wal-Mart, K-Mart, and Canadian Tire for people in Canada.

Good Soil Characteristics

Good soil will hold certain characteristics that set it ahead of other soil. Good soil will drain easily and would be best if there was some sand and sponge rock or pearlite in the soil as well. The pH level for the soil should sit at around 6.5 to 7.5 because marijuana plants don’t grow very well with acidic soil. More male plants are born from the soil being acidic and this is something that no one wants. Good soil will usually have humus in it so it can help hold onto the moisture and nutrient qualities.

The soil that your marijuana plants grow in is very important so make sure that you buy good soil and take proper care of your marijuana plants so you don’t end up wasting your time and money on trying to grow dope that turns out terrible.

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