Reusing old soil for cannabis cultivation

Last updated on October 23rd, 2023 at 08:57 pm

Reusing old soil for cannabis cultivation
As long as old soil has not been affected by any disease or pests, there is no reason to always purchase new soil when potting new plants or repotting existing cannabis plants. Just reuse the old soil. Revitalizing and reusing used soil is easy and will save you some money.

Marijuana is a notorious glutton when it comes to nutrients of any kind: in the growing phase it craves nitrogen and in the flowering phase it relies on calcium and magnesium. Thus, cannabis leaches the soil. That being said, there are numerous benefits that cannabis offers: The roots sprout and this improves the overall soil structure. This is one of the many benefits of growing cannabis.


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