Indoor cultivation refers to the practice of growing plants, including cannabis, in an indoor environment. It involves providing artificial lighting, temperature control, and other necessary conditions to create a suitable growing environment. This method allows growers to have more control over various factors, such as light cycles, humidity levels, and nutrient intake, resulting in better quality and more consistent yields. Indoor cultivation is popular among cannabis growers as it allows for year-round production and the ability to grow strains that may not be well-suited for outdoor conditions. It also provides greater privacy and security compared to outdoor cultivation methods.
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