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Let me know how it goes!! A lil too busy atm to read everything in the other thread
its like 150$ just a doctors note, some stipulations like have to destroy the excess or somethingHe said he was able to get me as license, for what ever amount I wanted. Don’t ask me how he could have done that for me. I was almost tempted to take up the offer for 22 plants.
But I have a young daughter at home and I don’t have the room for that, so maybe 16 years from now
only shit i've heard of working well is optic foliar out of BC, but people tell me its not great to have the plants rely on getting FF then cutting it off in flower, i'm torn on trying it outHere an update there are getting bigger!
Still looking on super soil any of you guys know a god thread
best practices for foliar feed?
Heard normally people stop FF when in week 5 of flowers
good tip i will keep that in mind on my next run, ill try your method on the one i havnt touchThey look thirsty! Nice job on the topping!
I always remove the bottom two, leaving three internodes in tact. It can be done with just two internodes in tact, but I like giving the third internode a chance. If they don’t make it by the time the initial stretch of flower is over. I remove the bottom (3rd internode) when I lollipop.
Let your plants dry out something fierce. When the Sahara desert sets in. Elevate your pots. Start pouring water/nutrient solution in. Pour slowly obviously, but pour till water builds up. Let it drain. Do it again. Repeat until you see run off out the bottom. Remember how much water you started with. Figure out what you have left in watering can. Doing this will give you a good example on how much you should be watering each with.
min my 5 gal containers, (not fully filled up with soil) takes one gallon each before I start to see a good amount of run off. I’ve got a 3 gallon watering can, so it work perfect for my three flowering plants.
im in a super soilAre you in coco? Coco is considered a hydro setup and is recommended to water everyday. If you are in soil it’s recommended to create a nice wet/dry cycle. What’s the substrate your using?
if your following her watering methods, then you should have nothing to worry about. I follow my methods of watering, and it’s all about creating your self a method, as an individual. Im not a follower, I’m a leader. but, what ever works best for you though right?
Having your pots elevated is recommended, that way they never sit in any run off that could have occurred, never sitting in water.