This report will explain the science of pH and cannabis cultivation, including how pH is affected by the rhizosphere, nutrient availability at different pH levels, and how this information specifically correlates to Rx Green Technologies' recommended nutrient program. This report will explain more fully why we recommend that growers refrain from pH-ing when growing cannabis with Rx Green Technologies' products.
Hydroponic crop production has many benefits over traditional, soil-based farming. Increased water conservation, reduced fertilizer use and enhanced disease control are just a few of the reasons many farmers may choose a closed-loop, hydroponic cultivation operation. While the convenience of automatic plant watering and increased resource conservation make hydroponic systems attractive, recirculating systems require very specific management protocols to ensure success.
Water quality is one of the most important factors affecting plant growth, as unwanted components in water can interfere with nutrient availability and uptake by the plant. When improving your grow operation, water should be one of the key areas evaluated. Even with a filter in place, problems may still arise if quality is not closely monitored. In this paper, we will discuss the steps you should take to evaluate your water, what issues might be present, factors affecting water quality and troubleshooting solutions.
NOTICE: Always read and follow product label directions. Rx Green Technologies’ products can be used to promote and facilitate the growth of a variety of agricultural products and plants including, without limitation, cannabis. Rx Green Technologies does not own, distribute or sell cannabis. The research facility affiliated with Rx Green Technologies is fully compliant with all applicable state and local code. Please consult your local or state laws regarding what plants may lawfully be grown in your state.