Balcony - 3 automatic strains

6 days ago
Grow Conditions
Week 8
Day Air Temperature
3+ conditions after
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MaracujaSmoke MaracujaSmoke
6 days ago
I had problems with mildew on the og and had to cut a few leafs. Trying to prevent it from now on with neem oil. The two other ones seem to be fine.
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Grow Questions
MaracujaSmokestarted grow question 2 months ago
As recommended I watered my light mix 36 hours in advance. The soil is still (!) wet in the deeper parts of my pots and only the top part dries out very slowly. I think its still wet enough but I soon want to start with fertilizers. Why are my plants drinking so slowly?
001100010010011110answered grow question 2 months ago
Probably too small of a plant in too large of a pot -OR- not enough perlite or similar in the soil for proper aeration, which also reduces water per volume and that would help a plant drink it down faster if starting at a smaller starting volume. you want about 50% perlite or similar amendment to perlite (50% in sphagnum peat moss too) in anything that is similar water holding capacity as a basic soil. With coco you need 33% perlite because the coco fibers hold less water per volume by comparison to most soil or sphagnum peat moss. A small plant in a large pot brings up a ton of potential risks and problems.. avoid it as best you can. Water sitting stagnant in a water tank or in some soil is still sitting and stagnating. You don't want your pot remaining wet for 7-8+ days, and preferably even shorter than that. 4-5 day is about how long it takes after a transplant relative to my timing. Bet some wait for an even bigger plant before transplanting. 4-5 isn't so bad, because i know the 2nd irrigation will be 3-4, and quickly reducing from that point on until i can do it daily. (soilless context) so, if it is a big pot, tiny plant, water a column of substrate all the way down - don't half ass it. Start with a diameter about as wide as your canopy. It'll spread out wider underneath. keep increasing diameter as the plant grows. This helps mitigate the problems, but is not perfect. still have potential of dry pockets adding solutes, drying out and adding more, which can pile up into a potential toxicicty. in soil, wait for top 1" to dry, then repeat. This is important for roots to grow downward and not upward. you do want the interior of the pot to remain wet longer.. this promotes a healthy root system. you get more superficial roots if you don't water all the way down to the bottom consistently - whether a smaller column or entire pot never choose the volume of water... it needs what it takes to get the whole thing saturate (or a column wet all the way down in context of tiny plant + large pot)

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Sweet_Seedsweek 0
Thank you very much for sharing a new diary with one of our strains. 😊 We hope you enjoy it. 😋 Sweet smokes, jaypp
zimmergaertnerweek 5
Bin gespannt wie das Ergebnis vom LST am Ende aussieht. Hoffentlich hält der spargelige Stengel das Gewicht ^^ Viel Erfolg!
@zimmergaertner, mittlerweile sind alle Pflanzen deutlich kräftiger geworden :)
Hattiwattiweek 0
Good Luck 🍀
Falc212week 7
Hi, I’m looking to grow honey peach auto by sweet seeds but I’m new to growing. The nutrients I’ll be using is bloom yellow bottles… Can you give me a feeding schedule please or give me advice on what you would do.? I have a EC pen. Thanks