Cultivating cannabis organically is becoming increasingly popular among growers. The benefit of growing with super soils, top dressing or without nutrients is the improved flavor and terpene profile of weed produced. The downside is slightly smaller yields to their man-made chemical nutrients grown counterparts. Marijuana connoisseurs prefer quality over quantity.
What Are The Best Organic Nutrients For Autoflower Cannabis Plants?
Autoflower Cannabis plants require Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) to grow strong and healthy, plus a mixture of secondary elements like Calcium, Magnesium and Sulfur. These can be found in organic plants feeds including: Fish Meal, Guano, Kelp, Potash, Manure and Worm Casting, and provide marijuana a full spectrum of nutrients.