Kratom has been confirmed by research to be able to grow indoors, Kratom is a plant that is indigenous to ASEAN or Southeast Asia and the Philippines, Kratom plants require large amounts of hot air and humid conditions similar to those inside Southeast Asia, Kratom tends to grow in humid areas outside of Southeast Asia and it is generally more difficult to grow indoors than outdoors. Kratom in general is still much easier to grow than other plants are.
Here are some great tips to help you grow your kratom plants indoors or outdoors or inside your home. Making sure you follow these tips can help you put away all the FUD (Fear, uncertainty and doubt) and abnormally high amounts of worrying you are likely experiencing.
Make sure to get the right seeds
The first thing that needs to be selected is the right seeds, kratom seeds tend to be short lasting and can expire quite quickly, make sure to get the freshest kratom seeds or you may end up with a dead garden that will not help you in your journey to getting good kratom. You can always get kratom here for good kratom seeds.
Slightly acidic soil
Kratom seeds work best when the soil that is used to grow Kratom is around 5.5 to 6.5 in PH level, which is slightly acidic to neutral in terms of acidity/alkalinity. Kratom tends to grow extremely well at this level.
Good sunlight levels
Like other plants, Kratom tends to grow best in a certain environment that other plants don’t grow well in. Because it comes from Southeast Asia, Kratom should be grown in an environment with good amounts of sunlight but not too much direct sunligh.