Organic marijuana is the technique of using no pesticides, fertilizers or soil.
The list of growing mediums is usually a combination of natural organic material such as manure, worm castings, bat guano, seabird guano, sea kelp, steamed bone meal, blood meal, fish, oat bran and numerous composts.
Best composts are fruit and fruit bearing vines (cantaloupes, grapes, watermelon, blueberries). The growing medium used can effect the taste of the marijuana, providing a concentrated source of calcium, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphates and potash.
I’ve personally smoked organic marijuana grown in a base of rabbit manure, bat guano, worm castings and blueberry vines. They all produce a rich earthy flavour with noticeable differences.
Organic marijuana growers love to experiment and achieve there own personal taste.
Attention has to be paid to growing medium acidity. So many farmers use different growth material sources, configure your own mix and check for proper PH levels.
Pay attention to troubleshoot any nutrient deficiencies which will be noticeable in leaf growth. In a small amount of time you’ll develop a perfect mix.
Organic cannabis grows slower than hydroponics, soil-less mixes or any new growing medium “but” the taste and flavour is unique, pungent, prevalent and flavourful. THC crystal content is always high.
My friend breeds rabbits, grows raspberries, gathers sea kelp and loves the daily maintenance of farming his own mix.
Knowing what’s inside your marijuana is a comforting feeling adding to the high. Cerebral smokers attain higher states of buzz.
No other fertilizers can produce the nutrient levels and tastes. You do not have to add any growing ingredients, everything is already in the mix.
Flushing your cannabis at the end of the flowering cycle is not necessary, eliminating any chemical taste.
Those two facts reduce the growing work load. Organic marijuana is more resistant to disease.
The cannabis always burns clean. Environmentally friendly with no danger to you.
The Green Man salutes Organic Cannabis Farmers!