Definition - What does Endo mean?
Endo usually refers to marijuana plants that are grown indoors or hydroponically. It is also a term that is frequently used to denote premium bud.
The word endo has also been used to describe the bottom ends of the marijuana plant that produce the most abundant resin crystals when the plant is hung to dry.
Endo marijuana plants have been cultivated indoors for centuries. The ancient Chinese had potted cannabis plants that they grew indoors for medicinal purposes. In India, marijuana was also commonly grown indoors and outdoors.
Hydrolife explains Endo
Endo marijuana plants are frequently cultivated in a grow room, greenhouse, or hydroponically because the weather conditions outdoors are not conducive to the plant’s growth requirements. In some parts of the world, the weather is too cold or there is insufficient sunlight for the plant to complete its life cycle.
The indoor growth of endo plants is ideal because all growth factors such as temperature, humidity, and light can be controlled by the grower.
Endo plants grown hydroponically require no soil to flourish. Growers can force endo plants to flower whenever they want through light and darkness control.
Indoor growth, whether done hydroponically or with soil, produces more resin on endo marijuana plants because unlike cannabis plants that are grown outside, endo plants are never exposed to rain or excessive wind, both of which can strip resin.