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Sprouting Summer


Bonquisha Fullcone

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Feeding the girls with ph neutral tap water (ph up or down on tapwater, 4ltr bottle at a time)

 

Also some Canna pk13-14 and Molasses with the same ph neutral water in another 4ltr bottle, switching betwen the two.

After this bottle is done (a week) switching to just using the molasses and plain water mix and just ph neutral water.

 

Hopefully looking good. It's amazing to see the differences between plants and growth over time etc, also just the individual quirks of each plant.

 

Apologies for the photo onslaught, it is really hard to try and sort them out right now ;)

 

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Thanks, ill have to post a few more photos, been a bit lazy with ph but for the most part things seem okay...

 

That being said, keen to refine & hone things, mainly in regards to making a soil mix (ratios, pk, perlite, to get a good nitrogen balance goin in the soil, maybe even get the ph the right ratio so I can use tap water on the girls)

 

But, so far it's basic baby steps and fuck ups! The good thing is I only want to grow outdoors, five or so girls and see how it goes..

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