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NCJ Number: 158226 Find in a Library
Title: Growing Grass Hydroponically
Journal: Law Enforcement Quarterly  Dated:(November 1995-January 1996)  Pages:19-22
Author(s): M Albertson
Date Published: 1996
Page Count: 4
Type: Survey
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: The most popular and productive method of indoor marijuana cultivation is hydroponics; one of the main advantages is that indoor cultivation enables the grower to conceal his or her operations from law enforcement.
Abstract: The indoor marijuana grower may be able to harvest three to four crops a year and may receive $300 to $400 an ounce. Hydroponics offers the grower a way of controlling marijuana production. Hydroponic growers must keep the pH of their solution within a specific tolerance, keeping in mind that marijuana plants grow at a pH level between 5.6 and 6.2. The use of cloning techniques to produce only female plants and hydroponic methods of growing marijuana are discussed. The importance of light and air control when growing marijuana plants hydroponically is emphasized. 7 photographs and 2 illustrations
Main Term(s): Drug manufacturing
Index Term(s): Drug law enforcement; Drug law offenses; Marijuana
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