That’s fine work and a lot of work as well.
And that’s how you do it boys way to take matter into your own hands @Cap_Ron love the PVC setup for the plants
@Cap_Ron Bravo on another squared away setup. Just like the old saying about necessity and invention.. Does your small heater have a thermostat or just hi/low?
Thank you! It’s just got an on/off switch and a high/low knob, but I have it plugged into this day/night temp controller.
I love those little 700watt heaters, they’re perfect for grow spaces.
Sweet rig my friend
These black friday sales are not helping us out as far as not buying new strains @Cap_Ron
Happy thanksgiving brother @Cap_Ron
And ladies and gentlemen happy thanksgiving to yu guys as well! Eat up! But dnt eat to much! lol
Thanks @Strat3gic-grOwer-420, you too!
Hey everyone, hope you all had a great Thanksgiving.
I started another journal for my new grow.
I’ll be following along for sure. Very interested in coco, especially the results. Can’t imagine the plants you’ll get with coco.
I’ll get pics of the big girls tonight. They’re pretty much ready to chop, but I’m going to wait until Wednesday night to harvest because I don’t want a conflict with the new grow. I have to make sure that there’s a a few days between when these girls need to be trimmed, and when the new kids need to be transplanted. I’d have quite the disaster if the 2 tasks overlapped, lol.
@Cap_Ron, looking forward to seeing those final results. Just my opinion but I would think that anything you do with your garden would be a bit of a undertaking. With the MASS and quantity you produce.
This is from your September 11th post. I’m assuming since you say the soil is less than a week old that this is your second feed/watering…
Correct me if I’m wrong, it takes about 4 days after feeding/watering to run off for a plant in that stage in a 3 or 5 gallon bag to dry.
Do you give them a dry day between waterings?
Well since I was using Roots Organics Original soil that has a good amount of coco in it, I was watering/feeding my seedlings more often than I would in FF HF or OF. In any soil without coco, I’d go by the weight of the pot, and only do a next feeding once they dried up enough so the pot felt light in my hand.
I use the “ohhh” method to tell. If I pick it up and it’s the weight of a loaf of bread it’s time to feed. If I pick it up and go “Ohhh” she’s not hungry