Last updated: June 1st, 2016
Growing medical marijuana using hydroponic growing techniques has its perks and downfalls, including:
- Much bigger yields than the previous methods.
- Cleaner because no soil is used.
- Costs a lot more because it requires troughs, pumps, and reservoirs to hold the water/fertilizer mixture.
- Requires a lot more labor. You will need to monitor pH and nutrient levels to make sure they stay within proper limits.
- It takes more equipment. Therefore it may take more room.
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