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Difference between organic/nonorganic?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by SaladFingers, Jan 27, 2009.

  1. Don't worry I searched and found nothing.

    So what exactly is the difference between them? Pretty self explanitory. I've kind of always wondered but not really cared. I want to know now :confused:
     
  2. I believe it's the same as with vegetables and fruit. It indicates whether the stuff was grown with fertilizers and pesticides and other such chemicals
     
  3. Organic grow = organic nutrients (iguana juice, guano, fish emulsion, worm castings, etc.)

    Non-Organic = chemical nutrients (mostly amino acid and nitrate based)

    I've used both methods and honestly I see no difference if the herb is grown and flushed properly.
     
  4. Wrong steve.

    Organically grown weed will have either been grown in soil or in a
    hydroponic setup with hydro-organic nutrients.

    Basically anything grown with synthetic nutrients is not technically "organic"
     
  5. Yeah either way you use fertilizer...it's just a question of the source of fertilizer.
     
  6. Exactly, and Rhythm Of Life is right, you are a speed replying this morning!
     

  7. Why yes. Yes I am. :smoking:
     

  8. You must be stoned replying, thats OldSkoolGrower you're talking to :D :smoke:
     
  9. He was referring to how fast I've been replying to threads today :D
     

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