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Cultivating Marijuana Indoors: Introduction & History

Growing marijuana indoors has risen to become the most popular method of growing marijuana over the past century, and it has grown so popular because it allows you to have the most amount of control over the marijuana that you are growing.

This method necessitates the use of artificial sources of light and air, as well as the human provision of water, for the growth of your weed. Grow lights are used to substitute the sun’s natural light, which, when utilised with the appropriate wavelengths, may be quite effective at replicating the sun’s light.

You can provide air using fans, humidity using humidifiers, and thanks to other equipment such as grow tents, heaters, and air conditioners, among other things, you can actually simulate the best-case scenario, in which you can regulate the exact amount of light, heat, water, nutrients, air, and other factors that a marijuana plant requires in order to produce the maximum amount of harvest possible. As a result, indoor growing has become increasingly popular in recent years.

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History of Indoor Marijuana Grows

Cannabis gained popularity in the 1960s and 1970s counterculture and was targeted by the Reagan administration’s War on Drugs, which included it on the list of legally prohibited narcotics. California was the first state in America to try to legalise cannabis with Proposition 19, but it wasn’t until 1996 that the state-approved growing that it was re-voted. This ushered in a new era of indoor plant cultivation.

Cultivators relocated their crops indoors to avoid government agents’ gaze. The motion concealed the crop from the agents’ eyes and nostrils. Indoor growers used carbon filters and ionic air sanitisers to mask the smell of the plant in its early stages. This tactical concealing sparked much of the evolution of indoor cultivation.

Those early indoor growers discovered they had better control over the plant. Outdoor crops are subject to weather, climate, and pests, which affect yield and quality. Indoor growth allows you to regulate your growing environment. Legalisation in states unsuitable for outdoor growing has aided indoor growth, especially in the Northeast and Midwest where the environment can change substantially seasonally and even daily.

Even though farmers no longer need to hide their cannabis indoors, superior strains prefer this strategy.

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