These days more and more people are choosing to consume products that organic in nature. This of course means that consumers of marijuana are also searching for ways of growing and consuming an organic herb. So for health reasons you certainly do not want to be ingesting harmful pesticides. Many outdoor growers use these to produce a higher yield. How to grow organic weed? Here are some tips on how to have a natural ganja with a yield that is good and good for you.

Marijuana has been grown outdoors this herb has flourished for thousands of years without the interference of mankind. Back in the sixties people in the United States started to grow large clandestine outdoor fields of weed. For a greater yield they used various pesticides for plant eating insects and mold.

Outdoor Grown Weed

In the natural outdoors herb however things take care of themselves as only natural nature can give you. The pesticides can be very harmful when consumed. If whatever can kill insects, bacteria etc. cannot be harmless for humans.

There was a gentleman from Alaska by the name of Jeff Lowenfels that not only was a Harvard graduate, but had excellent gardening skills. It was Mr. Lowenfels that realized the importance of organic growing of weed. By leaving falling vegetation as natural fertilizer. The natural micro-organisms break down the waste product and convert them into much nutrients which help to produce a natural barrier from harmful molds and pests to the plant that can inhabit maximum growth and development.

Chemical Free

Chemicals that are in use to combat mites and spider mites. Bifenthrin a chemical agent that is used to control these these pests that do damage to indoor grow crops. This chemical can linger on implements and even in the ventilation systems of rooms.

According to the Cannabis Safety Institute of 2014, inhalation of the compounds bypass the digestive and hepatic. This is much more toxic than orally ingested.

It is not very difficult at all to grow your herb organically indoors. All you need are some very natural components. Plant trimmings, coffee grounds, pine needles, sea weed, manure, fruit, vegetables.

These materials are both carbon and nitrogen rich. Also you can incorporate epsom salts, coco fibre, rock phosphate, dolomite, molasses, steamed bone meal, 1 bottle of ph down, one bottle of ph up. If possible use 1kg of bat guano.


Composting is the method of breaking down vegetable matter in a compact container. Making it an easy process even in cooler climates. There are special compost containers that are an excellent choice and do a great job. Products like this can be bought at you local home and garden centre. A great compost can take up to 2-5 month’s. If by chance you have extra you can use it in your vegetable or flower garden.

Choose Organic

By growing organic you are eliminating pesticides. The microorganisms in your homemade compost help dramatically as natural deterrents. If by chance you need more assistance in this manner this is a good idea to try. Mix a combination cloves, pressed garlic, hot pepper juices, pressed garlic, lavender oils, anise and water. Use a spay mister to apply to plants.

Spinosad is also an alternative you can use. This product uses a natural fermented bacteria that attacks bothersome pests such as caterpillars by destroying their digestive system.

Growing organically is the way to go if you want a chemical free herb. You will enjoy it more if you know that you are not ingesting chemicals that might be detrimental to your health. So grow natural. Be natural. Spread the word. Natural herb is growing in popularity every day.