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First Sativa & Indica Crop - Need some Tips!


Jamos420

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Hey Everyone,

This is my first time on the Oz Stoners Forums,

im currently in the process of growing a dozen bush sativa and one indica strain,  

i have a setup in the bush with a dug out hole roughly 3x2m and 1m deep with vegetable garden fencing all round

it because there is a large number of kangaroos and rabbits around. I water them every morning not a large amount

but enough for the soil to still be a bit mosit the next day. i dont use any feritlizer atm i wonder what would be recommended and

also whats the best method for moving plants from one pot to another many times ive done that but most of the time they die.

Thank you im going to be pretty active on the forums so if anyone thats reading has some good tips and advice feel free to let me know.

 

-Jamos

 

 

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Hey Jamos

 

Welcome to the community bro.  Sounds like quite the outdoor guerrilla grow-op.  Go-Go Juice is a great soil conditioner (like probiotics for your soil), bunnings will sort you out.  I like Powerfeed organic and then Potash for flowering.  Supplementing with Molasses during flowering too.  

 

In terms of transplanting, it helps when the soil is slightly damp, perhaps in the pm from a morning water for example.  Always follow up with a dose of Seasol for the stress from transplant.

 

Looking forward to seeing some pics.

Goodluck!

-Tea

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