I decided to harvest because I found small amounts of mold on some of the buds which I think was very early stages. I cut those pieces away. I think she was pretty much done anyway. They say it's a mold resistant strain which is probably why it wasn't so bad
So this plant is approaching 8 weeks in flower. It is Dutch passion shaman. ( its small because I failed to grow it in a pot at first). There are big rains coming for about 3 days and I'm considering pulling it a little early. Any ideas?
I wonder if this would work but instead of peat add coco coir and instead of compost ewc. Is there a reason why you use both coco and peat? Sorry about the questions lol I've failed a couple of times and really want to get to the bottom of it
Wouldn't vermiculite also work as it holds moisture. That will prevent the coco from drying completely. I have a bag of sphagnum peat moss and it doesn't state pH. I'd rather stay away from it as I don't have means of testing it
Thanks for the reply! When you say peat do you mean peat moss? I've been told to keep away from it due to being very acidic. Doesn't coco serve the same purpose? Also isn't 15% perlite a bit little? Everywhere I've read says 20%+
Hi I'm looking for a good easy recipe for a potting mix suitable for an outdoor autoflower. So far I have coco coir, perlite, vermiculite and worm castings. Also what's a good pot size for an auto? I'm using biobizz range of nutrients
So i planted this plant October last year... only to find out it's a male. It's such a beautiful plant and would have had a beautiful yield... I guess this is the joys of growing. I hope I'm wrong but I'm pretty certain
I think the bottom isn't drying out properly. There's nothing wrong with my soil mix as freedom farm soil has only 10% perlite and it's the only thing local growers use. I will lift them with bricks so they can get air at the bottom
Not using biobizz soil. It's a mix I made of potting soil coco peat compost and perlite in a 50/20/20/10 ratio. Since it's affecting all 3 plants all I can think of is something like heat stress but it gets to only like 30°c
My auto isn't in a 15 gallon it's in a 7 gallon. I knew they needed water as their containers were quite light. I watered after 5 days from the previous one. I was able to lift them half off the ground which is impossible when wet. I literally did nothing to them and this droop came along.
So i got my plants in 15 gallons and they responded so nicely. New growth was coming in good and all was well until yesterday. I noticed leaves started to curl in and droop so I thought it's been really hot this passed week I'll water. Well now it's just gotten worse. I'm feeding biobizz fish...