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    I tend to use 10L pots for my autos

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    I tend to use 10L pots for my autos
    Would you use them pot size growing in soil as you would coco?

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    When I was growing in soil my pot sizes were 9.5L

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    In organic super soil . I like my root bags 7 gallon(28 L)pots if you dont want to feed at all .




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    I've used various different size pots since growing in soil and I've noticed yeild is not related to pot size but more the watering/feeding regimen . Plus ground level temps being important. In dwc it was all about keeping the root zone cool in soil it's all about keeping them warm . I think these new square pots are my favourite and that's more to do with depth than size . I figured that soil plants like that chance to explore and go deep ya can just about see the pot. I've had good results in a three litre pot in dirt tho and again I think it's down to watering regimen


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    Quote Originally Posted by British green View Post
    I've used various different size pots since growing in soil and I've noticed yeild is not related to pot size but more the watering/feeding regimen . Plus ground level temps being important. In dwc it was all about keeping the root zone cool in soil it's all about keeping them warm . I think these new square pots are my favourite and that's more to do with depth than size . I figured that soil plants like that chance to explore and go deep ya can just about see the pot. I've had good results in a three litre pot in dirt tho and again I think it's down to watering regimen


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    Yea bg watering and feed is what it boils down too in essence .

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