Best Soil for Marijuana

What about the Best Soil for Marijuana?

Fox Farm Ocean ForestSome of us growers don’t have the resources or time to make our own soil for our indoor plants. Custom soil mixtures are not complicated but they do require a host of ingredients that vary from one grower to the next and are a hassle to locate. If you prefer a ready-made soil mixture that is the best soil for marijuana right out of the bag, you want Fox Farms Ocean Forest soil.
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Ocean forest is the best soil for marijuana which consists of a blend of premium micronutrients, sea-going fish meal, crab meal, bat guano, and earthworm castings with sphagnum peat moss, forest humus, and sandy loam which gives ocean forest a texture that is light and aerated.
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Each bag is 1.5 Cu.Ft. of the best soil for marijuana that comes from the sea and the earth. It is pH balanced to 6.3 to 6.8 which optimizes the plants’ ability to absorb nutrients and water from the soil.
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The best soil for growing marijuana is perfect for indoor plants especially cannabis and is ready to use right out of the bag. You don’t need any NPK fertilizers at first but nutrients are highly recommended after about 3-4 weeks of growth if you want to get the best out of your plants. It is also recommended that you mix in perlite at around 30-40% because it helps aerate the soil by allowing more air around the roots and improves drainage. Along with fabric pots, this is effective in preventing mold and root rot caused by overwatering.
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What about the best fertilizers for marijuana?

Fox Farm Nutrient TrioYou can buy a three pack of the best fertilizer for marijuana money can buy that are specifically made for your precious indoor plants. I personally use only Fox Farms Big Grow, Tiger Bloom, and Big Bloom nutrients because all the others I have tried do not compare to the results I get with this trio.
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The best fertilizer for marijuana for the vegetative stage is Grow Big Hydro which encourages branch strength and a healthy-sturdy growth habit that produces dense compact growth ideal for pre-flowering indoor plants. The strengthened stem and branches help support the large dense buds that your plant will produce.
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Then you can switch to the best fertilizer for marijuana during flowering the stage which is Tiger Bloom. Tiger Bloom is a very potent, phosphorous fertilizer that is fast acting. It is used at the first sign of flowering or bud set and you continue to use it until the last 10 to 14 days before harvesting.
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Big bloom is used throughout all growing cycles for increasing nutrient cycling as well as to heal and grow strong root systems. Big Bloom is ideal for cannabis and all fruiting and flowering whether grown indoors or out.
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Conclusion

There you have the best soil for growing marijuana and the best fertilizer for the growth of marijuana and you already got the LED grow light I recommended so it looks like you’re in business! All you need now is some seeds or some clones depending on where you want to start. I currently have seeds here which are some of the best strains available online with guaranteed delivery and germination. If you have any questions or comments about your own soil recipe, feel free to leave me a comment below. Thank you!

 

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  1. I have heard very good things about Fox Farms soil, and it’s a good way to start right away growing your greens of choice, but I would suggest to later on use soil amendments in order to keep it going and not used it for a just a couple of grows, amendments like worm castings work great.
    Congratulations, great website and very informative, I will come back and check your seeds.

    • Yes, I agree Tomas. Sometimes it’s easier to buy a ready made soil with the best ingredients especially if you’ve never made your own soil before. The problem I found with making your own soil is finding all the ingredients. They are never in one place and are often out of town. Fox Farm takes all the work out of it so it’s easy. Thank you for the comment and I look forward to hearing from you again!

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