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of these soil types but you will see that there may be some problems
with a few of them.
(Also there is a type of artificial medium on the market called
Perlite. It is a good medium but does not come with any nutrients and
generally needs to be mixed with another soil type. Vermiculite is
another product like Perlite which should be treated the same way.
Mix them well with soil if it is your first time using them. With a bit of
experience you should be able to control the mixture ratios better.)
Sand and Silts:
Figure 5.19 - Sand.
Sand soils can be pure sand or a mixture of sand and soil. The
problem with sandy soil is that it drains water and minerals out too
quickly. This means that it is a very dry soil and not suitable for our
needs. These soils can waste our time and money.
Silt soils are nearly the same as sand soil except they are more
clay-like and of a darker color. Silts hold nutrients well but do not hold
water very well. Like sands they are prone to quick drainage. Sands
and Silts are rarely used on their own to grow cannabis. Mostly it is
mixed with other soil types.
Figure 5.20 - Clay
Is a stiff tenacious fine-grained earth consisting of hydrated
aluminosilicates that become flexible when water is added. Marijuana
roots do not really like clay. Clay can rarely be used on its own to grow
Cannabis. Mostly it is mixed with other soil types.
Figure 5.21 - Loam
Loams tend to be a mix of all of the above. The combination
of the mix is always stated on the bag. In fact, in most cases normal
soil that you buy in the shops has sand, silt and clay mixed in with it.
When you encounter a bag of soil it is nearly always going to be a
Loam. Loams are very fertile soil composed chiefly of clay, sand, and
humus. They are highly recommended. It must be noted at this point
that you do not want to bring natural outdoor soil in. This is because
the soil may not be sterile and it may contain bugs and pests. Always
buy soil from a gardening shop. Soil is the cheapest part of your grow.
Figure 5.21 - Humus
Is the organic constituent of soil, formed by the
decomposition of plant materials and can be bought in bags at the local
gardening shop. Most of these products try to eliminate bugs and other
living matter from the soil but sometimes this is not 100% successful.
Don’t be too surprised if you find a worm or green fly in the package.
Humus is also sometimes known as compost, but compost is the final
mixture of manure (which is of organic origin), loam soil and some
other mediums with added organic matter. Humus is that added
organic matter stuff.
Figure 5.22 - Plant in three gallon pots by BushyOlderGrower
Basically pots come in all shapes and sizes. Marijuana plants
are best kept in pots that are somewhat large (1.5 - 3 gallon pots)
because cannabis does grow long roots.
Also you are better off buying a pot that has some form of
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