Indoor cultivation is, as you can imagine, the most recent culture. It appeared about a century ago to be able to thwart the laws, prohibiting the cultivation, marketing and consumption of hemp.

Large indoor hemp crops are grown in huge sheds. The producer can have total control over production, ie over CO2, light (artificial with HPS, Led, neon or other lamps), temperature, humidity, PH and nutrients. Crops are therefore protected from bad weather and pests. However, if however there is an attack of pests such as mites or aphids, the producer will have more difficulty getting rid of them because there will be no auxiliary insects able to put an end to the pests without destroying CBD plants.

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What are the disadvantages of growing CBD flowers indoors?

This type of culture is the least ecological because it requires a lot of electricity. The lamps can be lit for at least 12 hours in a row or even more and also the least economical because it requires a very expensive investment in equipment, a larger workforce without forgetting also the cost of electricity and water. to water but these expenses can be more or less amortized due to the many harvests in the year as well as the premium quality of the product. As a result, CBD flowers are more expensive to purchase for the consumer but are of better quality than the other two cultivation methods mentioned above.

What are the benefits of growing CBD flowers indoors?

We find in these flowers, many more trichomes, which means a better rate of CBD. In addition, by growing indoors, the grower can harvest several times a year and also grow organically.