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    What have you got planned for when you pot up as when those leaves finally reach the rims that'll be a good time and it's good to get your pots and soil ready now with a bit of pre watering , are you going to be using same soil? and like I said earlier perlite really does help
    And I can't remember the last time I've seen a soil that light in colour before which geld nutrients
    And lastly honestly whatever forum you visit matey try and get an understanding of the members as there is some bat shit crazy advice flying around
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greengrass View Post
    What have you got planned for when you pot up as when those leaves finally reach the rims that'll be a good time and it's good to get your pots and soil ready now with a bit of pre watering , are you going to be using same soil? and like I said earlier perlite really does help
    And I can't remember the last time I've seen a soil that light in colour before which geld nutrients
    And lastly honestly whatever forum you visit matey try and get an understanding of the members as there is some bat shit crazy advice flying around
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    I'm not really sure. Any recommendations on size of the pots? I planned on putting them outside in the ground in the long run. Will most likely buy the same soil which has perlite in it already.

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    The 2 strains I'm growing are Blueberry Kush (Max height ~40") and Girl Scout Cookies (Max height ~30") according to the internet... Should I plant them in the ground or put them in a 5gal or 10gal pots so they're moveable?

    I only planned on putting them in the ground because I heard potting them reduces the yield.

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    you need to do a bunch of reading up fella.
    try in here for starters
    https://www.thctalk.com/cannabis-for...nnabis-Growing
    youll end up picking up different tips n tricks for planting em
    also look up the light cycle, its not just a plant ya can stick in a hole and hope for the best, well ya can but youll get more from it if ya follow some basic know how
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    Just an update:

    2 of them seem to be bouncing back a little and 2 of them seem pretty shot, 1 of those 2 might have some movement though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBriar7 View Post
    The 2 strains I'm growing are Blueberry Kush (Max height ~40") and Girl Scout Cookies (Max height ~30") according to the internet... Should I plant them in the ground or put them in a 5gal or 10gal pots so they're moveable?

    I only planned on putting them in the ground because I heard potting them reduces the yield.
    I'd go ahead and keep them in pots instead of putting them in the ground, it's best to learn one type of growing first and then branch out. Just be sure that you have a good quality soil.

    When it's time to up pot you can take a knife and cut down the sides of those solo cups and even cut the bottoms off and stick the whole cup in the pot if you want or you can just turn the thing upside down tap it out and do a regular repot.

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    PS: one of those plants is very happy and reaching up for the light, probably had a better developed root system when you were messing around feeding.

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    Ya I'm defintely going to keep them in pots instead. I ordered some 10gal fabric potting bags and am going to put them in those. These plants only get 30"-40" so the 10 gal should be big enough for the root system and hopefully doesn't stunt any yield.

    I picked up Miracle-Gro Moisture Control Potting Mix, of which I saw a lot of mixed reviews but that was $10 a bag as opposed to the Fox Farm stuff people were recommending at $40 a bag...

    I think I'm going to go directly from the solo cups to the 10 gal bags.

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    Five or six years ago people would have been jumping your case for using Miracle-Gro products, but they're actually getting pretty good these days and hotshot is using Miracle-Gro organic soil for his outdoor grows. I'm starting some seedlings in Miracle-Gro right now.

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    Well, that's good to hear.

    Let me know how they come out. I'm interested, considering the nutrients included.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBriar7 View Post
    Well, that's good to hear.

    Let me know how they come out. I'm interested, considering the nutrients included.
    I will probably put up a journal once they take off, sometimes it gets a bit tiring documenting stuff.

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    All but one seems to be bouncing back nicely. Got some new leaves growing on them.

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    Obviously, it's time to say good-bye to no. 5.

    That said, considering where you were some 6 days ago, you've done extremely well to get them this far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbitual View Post
    Obviously, it's time to say good-bye to no. 5.

    That said, considering where you were some 6 days ago, you've done extremely well to get them this far.
    Yes, I'm pleased. At least I have 2 of each strain going.

    Thanks for all the help everyone.

    I'm probably going to let them come back a bit more and I have the 10-gallon fabric pots coming next week that I'll put them and get them outside.

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    I also just realize: if you look at the burnt to shit one, there's something growing and popping out of the soil on the left side of it... I have no idea what it is, but if it sprouted from the root system that'd be insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBriar7 View Post
    Ya, not a fan. I was hoping it would be a lot easier than it is considering it's a weed. lol. I know some people get crazy about it.

    I think I'm just going to let them chill for a few days. The soil is still moist so I'll let that dry up and then go from there. I know one of them is probably a goner but I'm hoping the other's will bounce back because they have newer leaves that don't seem affected.
    All plants are weeds until man starts to cultivate them then they become flowers, vegetables or cannabis. As weeds they grow easely, as cultivated plants they need a bit of attention. Mans fault.
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    That one crispy one is super dead now; it flopped over and when I went to pick it up it just came right out of the soil. The new sprout has turned out to be a Grape Tomato plant... no idea how.

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    Looks like you had a decent recovery from your earlier issues



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