New Grower Need Help

Grownoob240

New Member
I was hoping to get some information on how you think my plants are doing, one of them is in the ground and the other In a pot, I was wondering if there seems to be anything that my plants are being deprived of or if I'm just worrying too much, I used normal garden soil and a small amount of fertilizer from the local hardware store

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Bill284

Member of the Month: March 2021; April 2022 - Grow Journal of the Month: April 2021 - Plant of the Month: Nov 2021 - Member of the Year: 2021
I was hoping to get some information on how you think my plants are doing, one of them is in the ground and the other In a pot, I was wondering if there seems to be anything that my plants are being deprived of or if I'm just worrying too much, I used normal garden soil and a small amount of fertilizer from the local hardware store

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Your girls are cute but need a little attention. What nutrients, what is in the pot soil? What ph are you feeding them at?
 

013

Member of the Month: Aug 2021
Hey 240, Welcome to 420. Most lawn & garden nutes are NPK which every plant needs but weed plants need high N and low PK for veg cycle but in flower they need little to no N but higher PK, plus weed plants need also calcium & magnesium throughout the grow which NPK nutes don’t have calcium or magnesium. This is why most of us use specality nutes... anyway hope that helps
 

Grownoob240

New Member
I am yet to put any nutrients in due to it being hard to get them where I live and I'm using garden soil with a small amount of fertilizer and the pH of the plants is at 5.5 so a little low I think
 

Bill284

Member of the Month: March 2021; April 2022 - Grow Journal of the Month: April 2021 - Plant of the Month: Nov 2021 - Member of the Year: 2021
I am yet to put any nutrients in due to it being hard to get them where I live and I'm using garden soil with a small amount of fertilizer and the pH of the plants is at 5.5 so a little low I think
I think the best per person to help you would be
@Nutty Professor. He does all organic home grown wonderful
stuff that you could emulate.
If you don’t have access to ferts he is your man.
check his journals and mixes I’m sure he would love to help you.
I’ll keep watching as well.
 

JackRedins

Member
once you get the nutes figured out, actually top then at 4th node. this will cause it to start branching/ bushing, unless you want a tall skinny tree.
you may need to top several times fid a good bush
 
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