The galleries below contain images of hydroponic marijuana gardens. Many indoor growers will want to go one step further with their gardens. Hydroponic set ups give growers the ability to control more elements of the grow room to a finite level. A hydroponic garden usually consists of a reservoir attached to the pots where the marijuana will be grown. The reservoir will have a pump set to a timer which will periodically pump the water and nutrients to each pot. This then drains through the pots, out the bottom and back into the reservoir. Usually the pots will not contain soil, but a different medium such as pearlite or red rock balls. This enables better drainage and discourages pests. The main advantage of growing hydroponic marijuana is increased yield. Though, as mentioned before, it is also the level of control that growers want (ror example, watering is completely automated). Most hydro marijuana is grown using powerful grow lamps such as a metal halide or a high pressure sodium lamp. See our marijuana lights gallery for pictures of these.
Clones growing in a hydroponic setup.
Growing marijuana hyroponically requires high levels of light.
A classic indoor hydro setup where the system self waters.
Hydroponic cultivation using the sea of green method.
Hydroponic marijuana setup in a closet. Keeps everything neat and tidy.
A fan is used to circulate the air and prevent heat and stale air building up.
This system is using rockwool as a medium.
When growing hydro marijuana, you can expect far higher yields than in soil.
Growing marijuana in a hydroponic garden can require more knowledge and expertise.
A perfect example of the high yields you can expect from a good hydro grow room.
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