Experimenting with a variety of cultivation styles is commonplace for many cannabis farmers as they aim to hone their craft. This is largely due to the multitude of options for cultivating cannabis: indoor vs outdoor, hydroponic vs soil and soil-less mediums, conventional vs alternative. Today, I’ll be sharing my experience using tilling and no tilling methods for indoor cannabis cultivation compared to conventional methods of growing. I’ll be honest, I am more of a proponent in the no-till methods but have seen unbelievable results in the indoor “tilling” methods and will always stand by both results. And don’t get me wrong, there are incredible growers who use a hydroponic system or grow in a more conventional setting but generally, when you see flower at dispensaries grown under those conditions you can tell right away. They smell like hay, taste like nothing and look hard as a rock from all the PGRs and salt nutrients that are pumped into them. With living organic soil, you are allowing the plant to showcase its true genetic potential. The aromas are outstanding and the flavors of the smoke really shine when you grow organically.