Plant of the Month: April 2020 - Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019
She's a beautiful plant!
I'm crazy impressed with those 10 thick branches! (and the little straggler busting out, hehe)branchial growth is thick,fat and woody
Hi Brian,I'm crazy impressed with those 10 thick branches! (and the little straggler busting out, hehe)
So far I'm not able to get that kind of growth in a 3 gallon pot, 6 good branches at the most in that time frame. How much does having a 5 gallon pot contribute to that, do you think? If that hunch is correct I may just do one 5 gallon in a 2 x 4 instead of two and leave it at that.
nice kittyIf I were only planting one in a 2x4 I would go with a 7 gallon pot and veg it long enough and wide enough to fill the tent. No wasted space!
Here is my Golden Tiger in a 2x4, which could have gone wider if I didn't have to carry it through the back door twice a day:
Containing smells is a BIG thing and not as straight forward as first imagined... electric can go off, fans can break, filters can clog, new filters can sometimes not be packed correctly or need modification. One little misstep and 10 of his neighbors will instantly know what's going on. I would say it's too risky and you'd rather not be involved. Tough spot to be in though I feel for ya.He will be hauled off to prison