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Found Magic in the Garden

hobble54

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So I found this plant in my mothers garden. It must have been a seed I threw off the porch or something. So, I took it and potted it in organic soil! :)
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I put her in a bathtub and under twenty four hour light. Then I sat back and watched her grow:)
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Then I got some more lights opened up some space and let her flower. I use bat guano as fertilizer
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Feedback please?! Tips? Thank you!
 

COorganics

Member of the Month: Nov 2014
Re: Found magic in the garden.

hey hobble,
nice work! your plant looks very healthy and seems to be growing very vigorously.

Cool you are growing it organically! the way to do it!

come check out my organics journal, its FULL of organic links and good organic growing information. everything from soil to teas to pest control, all with zero synthetics, period. In fact, the only bottle that ever goes in my garden is the occasional beer bottle in my hand.

here is a link, for you. https://www.420magazine.com/forums/...l-act-s-winter-attic-grow-31.html#post2269002
 

COorganics

Member of the Month: Nov 2014
Re: Found magic in the garden.

whats in your soil mix?
 

COorganics

Member of the Month: Nov 2014
Looking good dude. What do you have available for organic soil amendment stuff? I wouldn't wanna do much if you are in a large container. I personally certainly like to apply an aerated compost tea around early flower. There is a bunch of other cool organic things you can do but it's probably smart to go easy and see what happens with that soil. I haven't used it and would rather make my own, but it's probably as good as any bagged.
 

hobble54

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Looking good dude. What do you have available for organic soil amendment stuff? I wouldn't wanna do much if you are in a large container. I personally certainly like to apply an aerated compost tea around early flower. There is a bunch of other cool organic things you can do but it's probably smart to go easy and see what happens with that soil. I haven't used it and would rather make my own, but it's probably as good as any bagged.

I've been using bat poop as fertilizer, just a spoonful or two every couple weeks. She's getting tall and her flowers are getting bigger, higher ph less nitrogen for flowering right? And is the potash potassium? How much should I be watering? And is 12/12 good timing for the lighting? I'll post more pictures today.
 

David Bowman

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