So how are you doing with the heat down there toes? Keeping the Juicy Fruit protected and happy?
All that land and only 6 plants! OMG! Plus you dont even know how many males you might have. Dude get growin! Looking good so far! How long ago did they sprout again?
Looking and sounding great. You've got a good plan going there and a great place to grow!
I think your pH might be a little high. And you've prolly got lots of N to start with in those mixes, but you might need to seriously augment for P and K later.
Keep it up - good stuff!
can you recommend a indoor hydro kit? cheap.. maybe to start off with 3 clones at a time. I heard -, there are kits for about $250 in Long Beach?
p.s. - good luck with your Juicy Fruit hybrid.. this hybrid sounds great. .
czarLION welcome to the hybrid hand me down
Sorry, I am a noob when it comes to hydro. More of an outdoors type. Been growing non-cannabis plants for years.
My homie SanibelGreen uses the Stealth Hydro Deep Water Culture kit. Plus, I'm sure your hydro ventures would become a lot cheaper if you follow Roseman's DIY Deep Water Culture tutorial found HERE.
Thanks for the pop in, stop by.
Hey Toes great setup! I'd love to have a farm.
We've got the opposite problem, I'm moving my plants all over to try and get more sun.
One thing I can tell you is that if you're starting off wrong it's much better to be a little high on the ph. You'll want to test yours but I use MG Bloom something and it's VERY acidic. On top of that as your soil and manure breakdown they will tend to also acidify the soil. So for the last month whenever I water or feed the plants I use PH Up get the ph to at least 6.8. I don't worry if it looks a little higher and so far the plants have responded well. I only have the test strips so it's only so accurate anyhow. I've read that you want the PH of your runoff water to be 6.8 if possible.
Hope you get all females!