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growing cannabis in deep water culture

Growing cannabis in deep water culture

What is DWC?

I personally have found hydroponic plants tend to grow the fastest when the temperature is between 73-80°F, with 75°F being a good temperature to aim for. However, with warmer temps make sure you’re using a beneficial bacteria supplement to prevent root rot!

Top-Feeding is something you add on to a DWC setup. It takes water from the reservoir and trickles it directly onto your seedling roots to encourage your seedlings to grow faster. This setup is what many people think of as ‘bubbleponics’.

Growing cannabis in deep water culture

pH’ing Your Water:
After you’ve mixed all of your nutrients and supplements into your water, it’s important to ensure that the nutrient water is the correct pH so your plants are able to properly absorb nutrients.

Here’s the short version. Cannabis Plants have five factors which are important to good growth: Light, Water, Nutrients, Air (including temperature and humidity), and a “medium” (like soil) to grow in.

Draining Reservoir Water:

If you’re growing hydroponically, you will want to learn about measuring PPM: What It Is and How to Track It

Bubbleponic Grow Journals

About Cannabis Size and Height:

These powerful lights are pretty much seen as the golden standard for indoor growing lights. They will definitely give your plants what they need to grow huge, but they also make a lot of heat and can dramatically raise your energy bill depending on where you live.