Associated growing for the plantation of marijuana, discover what they are

Written by on 6 November, 2022

If you are a cannabis grower, you are probably always on the lookout for ideas to help you grow your marijuana in the best possible way.

If it is thus, this post will please to you because, in this opportunity we will speak to you about the cultures associated.

What are the associated growing?

Usually, cannabis varieties are planted in a monoculture (that is to say that cannabis is the only plant grown in a specific place), however, changing to the associated growing can be very positive for marijuana. You don’t know what they are, well, don’t worry, we’ll tell you right away.

The associated growing or growing association is a practice widely used in agriculture and gardening, which, specifically, is based on the joint planting of different growing.

As we have mentioned before, this method applied to the marijuana growing can be very favourable. In these cases, in the same way, it is a matter of growing various species of plants next to or near your cannabis plants.

These associated plants can be sunflower, mint, dill, lavender, basil, garlic, alfalfa, and many more. All of them, thanks to their characteristics, bring different benefits to cannabis.

Without a doubt, this is a very valuable technique for growers with or without experience because, without spending large amounts of money, you can optimize the quality of the cannabis plantations. The plants associated with your marijuana growing help improve soil conditions, work as natural repellents against pests and attract beneficial insects. They also provide and complement nutrients among many other benefits.






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