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Few Things to help out a first Grow

Chobble

New Member
Hey guys,

Right now I have a fairly pathetic first grow :p. I thought I was going to have to pass on my little guys to a few friends do to a lack of growing space (Safe growing space). I ended up taking the other five over there and keeping the runt of the pack till he got bigger. Over the last month the runt has gotten quite a bit larger and is doing really well in its new Five gallon pot. I have a few questions.

1. I used a mixture of about 1/2 Bagged Garden Soil, 1/4 Steer Manure, and 1/4 Dirt from my yard, Is this a good combo?

2. I have a little extra money I can spend, Im kind of down to the wire, Roughly 40-60$ Any advise on Nuts etc? Is a PH Test kit a good thing to invest in if Im going to keep growing?

3. Any more advise for a new grower? I'm quite the avid grower but Im sure plenty of knowledge has not been logged yet :).

Thanks Everyone,
Chobbs
 

Chobble

New Member
With little money I would go for the pH test strips and a little bit of nutes.

The best advice to give is, "Go read more!!!!!". there is tons of stuff on the forum.

Awesome thanks :), Do you know anything about the soil mixture that I used being okay?

Also just a few other questions to affirm that my current belief is correct.

She looks like a female as of now? Or is this something else?

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Im sorry for the bad picture, but its right under the leaf. It also has a few orange hairs sticking out the top.

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Theres another decent picture, Advise?
 

OG13

New Member
If those are white hairs out the crotch of the branch it's female. Don't worry about anything else now, just feed w/ water from the tap (unless your water sux). The manure should give plenty of go for a while yet. Later in flower you may want to amend w/ some flowering stuff ( a pound of guano would last all summer for one plant for 7 bucks). have fun
 

Chobble

New Member
If those are white hairs out the crotch of the branch it's female. Don't worry about anything else now, just feed w/ water from the tap (unless your water sux). The manure should give plenty of go for a while yet. Later in flower you may want to amend w/ some flowering stuff ( a pound of guano would last all summer for one plant for 7 bucks). have fun

Awesome thanks man :)
 
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