Transplanted today into fabric 3 gallon pots. DAY 20 since sprouting. They have come far.
My dirt needed more vermiculite and that was amended, also added more of my compost , a few handfuls of peat and some mycohorrizae booster to bottom. Was interesting to see that the roots were all over the pot bottoms. They will have some more earth to root into and that makes me glad. And adding vermiculite was real important. added happy frog
but needed to also add a bit of potting soil, non-miracle-grow was added reluctantly --sad face
By the way, saw an earthworm in my compost/happy frog
mix, that's gotta be a great thing in terms of natural.
How would I train now, or is still too early, I think I may have 4 nodes a plant. LST I'd like to do, I would love to keep them short as my 2x2 x 5 tent is small. within a week, I am thinking it'll be time to fim or top, right? MY GOAL is 2-3 ounces, to last me alone a year or two. I don't need, or want, lots of flower; but I also want to do my best by the girls.
AIMING for late OCTOBER HARVEST: please weigh in with advice that will help me achieve these modest goals, thanks so much
Assuming transplanting is stressful, which I am sure it is--do I need to decrease light time or intensity for a bit, or water sooner rather than later--now that they've been stressed?
I sterilized the tent with Lysol-spray while the girls were at transplant, and sucked up 2 gnats with my vacuum hose--saw no others. I enjoy gardening very much.