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One of the keys to obtaining a good and productive harvest is, without a doubt, the way we water our plants.

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This type of irrigation entails many advantages but also some dangers. Newcomers to the world of self-cultivation often make some errors like, for example, overwatering. This can end up by damaging the roots and, as a consequence, growth stops and the plant acquires a light colour, different from its usual green tones.

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Rotation irrigation

If it is still too early for you to tell whether water is required or not only by the weight of the pot, there are other alternatives. To solve one of the main questions that usually arise, which is no other than for how long should we water our plants, there is a system that allows them to properly receive the nutrients while at the same time avoiding the dreaded puddles. This is the rotation irrigation system. Is consists of establishing a period of approximately three days, depending on the light and moisture conditions, during which different treatments are carried out.On the first day, we must mix a nutrient solution with the water and water the plants with it, as needed, for a few minutes. The next day we will clean the tank and fill it with fresh water completely free of impurities i.e. distilled water. On the last day nothing needs to be done, just let them rest.

Flood irrigation

Even though it is more typical of outdoor culture and more particularly of the most experienced growers who opt for guerrilla growing (allowing weather conditions to be responsible for nurturing the plants), some people chose to replicate this same system on their indoor crops. The main purpose is to simply space watering days apart as much as possible.So, whether indoors or outdoors, flood irrigation, consists of, as its name suggests, adding plenty of water to the ground so that it seeps through the substrate and slowly reaches the roots of the plants.If growing outdoors, simply make grooves to guide the water and let it sit there. Thanks to this, the earth will get wet and there will be no problem if some days pass by before the next watering. Indoors it is different. We should place a tray under the pots and pour a large amount of water in them that will later filter up to the roots. These will give us a margin of five or even six days before watering again. 

Water Quality

Whether we choose manual, automatic, drip or sprinkler irrigation, we must never leave out certain details that are key for our crops to grow healthy and strong. One of them is to prevent the water we use from being too cold. Experts advise that it should be at a warm temperature, to avoid possible mishaps with our strains. Must eliminate chlorine and the water to reach room temperature. And of course, we must be ever vigilant when it comes to measuring both water pH levels (between 5.8 and 6.5 for cannabis cultivation) as well as the values ​​of electroconductivity (EC). If you follow all these tips, your plants should have no problem to grow healthy and radian

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