If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve heard your fair share of colorful (and, let’s face it, groan inducing) names when choosing the right strain of cannabis. Each of these strains comes with its own intricate bouquet of odors, tastes, and physical and mental effects — all things you likely consider when picking your bud. When you think about your preferred flavor of cannabis, do you want a calming, pungently sweet burst of citrus, or a focused buzz, elevated by the scent of bright, festive pine? Is this OG (ocean grown)? And what are the THC levels?
Now, we’ve all heard of ‘Ocean Grown Cannabis’. The ‘O-G’ acronym falls either behind, or in front of, some of the most beloved strains. However, its origins are rooted more in the plant’s folklore than actual science. As we know the hydrosphere exists. Would it be too bold or misguided to disassociate the ocean’s actual role in spreading nutrients amongst inland soil?
Why is light deprivation so important to greenhouse Cannabis growth?
The ability to control the timing of your plants 24hr light cycle is key to making your cannabis flower. Cannabis in vegetative growth requires more light than dark so a 18hr/6hr light to dark cycle can help achieve natural big growth before flowering. When the lighting cycle is changed to 12hr/12hr the plants, believing it is late summer, will start to produce flower. Light deprivation is key in allowing greenhouse growers to control light cycles throughout the year in order to achieve multiple harvests.
So you want to increase your growing production?
You should really consider investing in a greenhouse to increase your ability to grow. We are a huge fan of greenhouse cultivation simply because it allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds - indoor and outdoor growing. Inside a greenhouse, your plants can enjoy natural sunlight while being shielded from outdoor pests, dust, and most importantly the changes in temperature throughout the year. A well-designed greenhouse facility allows you to closely monitor your growing environment and produce all year round.
What is the most important in creating a stellar organic garden? –The soil & nutrients!
Just like cooking, organic farming can be made easy if one knows the exact ingredients to put in the soil and how to mix it. At Truly Oreganic our COO Charles Johnson, based the backbone of his soil recipe from “The True Living Organics” by The Rev.
We are happy to share our recipe. Just follow the steps below and let’s go organic !!
What is “The Oreganic Way”?
At Truly Oreganic, we grow with care. We feel that in today’s marijuana market, most consumers have limited choices. There is a need to give them more access to better products for better consumptions. Hence, we started Truly Oreganic to bring to the public our very own organically grown craft marijuana. Our products and cultivation method are environmental-friendly, sustainable, healthier and tastier.