zeeibi21 Posted October 1, 2014 Report Share Posted October 1, 2014 Hi guys Just started my first grow 3 weeks ago with 2 chronic seeds. They were doing well until one of them seems to have some nutrient burn. Ive got them in some vege & herb potting mix from bunnings in a small pot (i know this is bad).Im going to be transporting them(if they live) in a week or so as they are up to their 3rd set of leaves..Will be using Yates dynamic lifter potting mix with about 30% perlite added and moving them into large pots(20L or larger? plz advise) that they will live in permanently(i hope).I cant grow directly in the ground so this is how i have to do it, dont want it to get too complex so i jst want to stick to soil for my first grow..if you guys have any advice on things i can add(that u can get at bunngings) please do!On to another question - Ive got some vision amnesia auto & delicious cheese candy seeds that i want to start up. Im thinking of starting them in a huge pot also as ive read they dont like being transfered? Learning from my prev mistake with nute burn i will get some seed starting potting mix. I plan to set up large pots with the same medium (yates dynamic lifter + perlite) and then putting maybe a fist size(or more) seedling mix in the middleof the pot and planting them in that. Is that a good idea so their first few weeks/roots wont get burnt by nutes or should i do the autos directly into the yates + perlite because it claims to have "slow release furt that doesnt burn plants"??Any help would be appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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