Environmental Benefits Of Marijuana:
Marijuana is known as one of the plants that are used in the land renovation process because of its extreme growth particularly for producing more fiber varieties. Marijuana has also been exposed to have a natural ability for phytoremediation (a process in which pollutants and other heavy metals are separated from water by using different plants. The Marijuana which is grown for gaining fiber is tall, and the roots of Marijuana grow deep about 45 to 90 cm into the soil. The deep root penetration increases the capability of extracting the well prevalent contamination instead of other plants with a less deep or shallow root system. The Dragon is one of the advanced vape pen tricks that require a lot of vapor to allow the vaper to exhale multiple streams of thick vapor that make them resemble a real fire-breathing dragon.
Why Marijuana Is Used In Phytoremediation?
Marijuana has a great tendency to absorb as well as accumulate different heavy metals including cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), arsenic (As), chromium (Cr), nickel (Ni), etc. By using the long deep roots the Marijuana plant absorbs these heavy metals and store them, and after some time making it feasible to crop the Marijuana plant together with the harmful metals. A large variety of Marijuana is used for the phytoremediation process and they also have a high range of tolerance to Cd stress. It is also studied that the maximum concentrations of different heavy metals accumulation were found in the leaves, even though these metals were dispersed in every part of the plant.
Marijuana Has The Capacity To Reduce Carbon Concentration From Environment:
The property of fast growth and development of Marijuana makes it one of the greatest sources to convert CO2 into biomass. Marijuana has already been confirmed to be a perfect plant to lower the carbon level from the environment as it can absorb more CO2 concentration per hectare as compared to other commercial crops or still forests. For instance, a single hectare of Marijuana plants has the ability to absorb 22 tons of CO2 per hectare.
Different plants absorb CO2 concentration for the preparation of their food in the photosynthesis process, similarly, the high biomass crops Marijuana is also grown to get fiber and it can reduce or sequester the higher amounts of carbon present in surroundings by absorbing for photosynthesis process and then store it in the multiple parts of plant body like stem and roots through the bio-sequestration. After harvesting the Marijuana plant it is observed that most of the amount carbon concentration is stored in the harvested Marijuana stem and fewer amounts are found in the roots and leaves.
Marijuana Can Produce Biochar Charcoal:
Marijuana can produce a minimum amount of biochar annually 13 tons of per hectare. The production of biochar is one of the best other effective use of Marijuana biomass that would be good for soil applications and it could remarkably improve soil carbon sequestration and also reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Producing More Biomass And Bioenergy:
Marijuana has been familiar for its energy as these plants produce high biomass and energy concentration per hectare area. As Marijuana plants have no need for pesticide requirements, weed-suppressing ability, and the soil health development properties make Marijuana even more energy resourceful.