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Hey, you're right, she hasn't visited the forum since last Friday morning (our time zones). SmokeSara, I hope everything is okay over there.
And I hope I win one of these:
Come on, lucky... luck?
I did do some searching for information on this product. Seems like it might be pretty hot (more so than Ocean Forest), but not consistently so. If you have several bags, you might want to mix them all together (thoroughly) so as to not end up with some containers that are hotter than others...
Maybe start a grow journal thread, so that one pair of eyes becomes many. We mostly have indoor ones, so yours ought to be popular.
If that plant is still flexible, curve it so the top is below several other nodes, and tie it down. You'll see more growth in the portion of the plant that is...
Ingredients are: 35-45% coco fibre, sphagnum peat moss, aged forest products, perlite, fertilizer (0.5-0.3-0.3, from earthworm castings, bat guano, oyster shell and dolomite lime) and mycorrhizae.
Edit: Well, unless there's something like nitrates in the bat shit.
Maybe they don't know that with well over 2,000 stains in the marketplace, a person can pretty much pick their flavor - and grow it.
But whatever floats your boat, I guess. About the only fermented... juice that I'm interested in these days is a well-aged single malt. I try to buy a bottle...
As long as you're getting a mild, highly oxygenated nutrient solution to the plant's roots, with the usual recommendations about pH, and supplying a reasonable amount of light-energy, you should be fine.
I don't use Rockwool, either.
Personally, I tend to hand water the young plant several...
Personally, I'd just choose a better medium, one that didn't break down (in terms of chemical/etc. changes, rather than physically breaking or crumbling). Hydroton / Geolite / Hydro Crunch (all name brands for expanded clay "balls") or perlite. Coco Coir if I couldn't find anything better and...