Fall Gardening Tips to Prep for Next Year’s Cannabis Grow

Fall Gardening Tips to Prep for Next Year’s Cannabis Grow

Fall gardening is about prepping and planning for next year. By putting a little time into replenishing or cleaning soil after harvest, we minimize the potential problems for the upcoming year. That’s something that ultimately leads to money savings and improved yields. So, here’s how to achieve the best grow you can by gardening in the fall. Reusing Soil For Cannabis Grows The costs of growing cannabis can quickly escalate if we choose to replace the soil after each harvest. Unless the existing soil is compromised by disease or some form of pest infestation, growers don’t need to replace the soil for the next harvest. With a few simple techniques, it’s possible to rejuvenate old soil by replenishing it with the necessary minerals and life to restore that smbiotic aliveness that cannabis loves. For those who go the other route, the price of purchasing soil can quickly add up. Growers can expect to pay $1 per gallon of soil, meaning that the costs rapidly add up, especially in larger grow operations. Why Does Cannabis Deplete Soil? Cannabis plants are notoriously hungry. They demand considerable quantities of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sulfur. Then, of course, there are a host of minor elements such as iron, copper, zinc, manganese, molybdenum, and boron that are all required, albeit in lower quantities. By the time harvest comes along, the soil is usually well and truly depleted. To ensure optimal yields for the next harvest, then the first on any growers fall gardening…

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