Grow Medical Marijuana In Soil Indoors With Ocean Forest
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By Lee G. Leissett
Like the name suggest, Ocean Forest blends the best of both worlds.
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When growing Medical Marijuana indoors with soil, it is very important to find a suitable soil mixture. Don’t go digging up your backyard when there are many great prepackaged choices for sale at your local indoor gardening store. I always recommend looking for a soil with a variety of ingredients, which means multiple sources for the essential elements plants need to survive and thrive. It’s also a good idea to supplement your soil with liquid fertilizers or time release fertilizers to ensure the plant is well nourished through later stages of life.
Sometimes referred to as “old faithful,” Ocean Forest by Fox Farms is an outstanding base soil for indoor horticulture. Its variety of ingredients include earthworm castings, bat guano, Pacific Northwest sea-going fish, crab meal, composted forest humus, sandy loam and sphagnum peat moss. The fish and crab meal give a source of quick releasing nitrogen, resulting in a fast and healthy vegetative growth. Earthworm castings, bat guano and forest humus provide an array of microorganisms and micronutrients. Due to the nutrients readily available in Ocean Forest, it is recommended to wait two to four weeks before beginning a liquid nutrient regiment. If you are looking for a fast-acting, well balanced base soil, give “old faithful” a try. Ocean Forest by Fox Farm will not disappoint.
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Article by Lee G. Leissett, on Jun. 2nd 2011