Last updated: June 1st, 2016
Aeroponics consists of growing medical marijuana roots in plain air. Growing medical marijuana using the aeroponic growing technique has its perks and downfalls, including:
- Fastest growth and biggest yields of all. Results can be spectacular.
- Costs more than growing in soil because it requires equipment similar to that used in hydroponics.
- Requires more labor. In order to get good results, it must be monitored on a daily basis.
- Very sensitive to mistakes. You must keep the nutrients and pH in a specific range for optimum results. If the measures of nutrients and pH in your water gets out of limits, you can have really bad results in a big hurry.
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