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Old 06-30-2018, 10:23 PM #41
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Oh, to live where one can plant at at home, right in the garden, with no hassles. Hope I live to see that day in this neck of the woods.

Sure am tired of wading through swamp and mud, getting bitten by nasty bugs, and sneaking about like a criminal, just to raise some plants for my own personal use. This picture put me in a melancholy mood. The law is indeed an ass.
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Thanks.

The small white pots are getting transferred to 10 gallon pots like the round one on the back row right side. Ten gallons is about a bag of potting soil. Hopefully those will be big enough for the season. The others are 5 and 7 gallon square pots. I've been growing indoors and new to outdoor. Last year was the first try outdoors and I got wiped out by mold in September.
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The small white pots are getting transferred to 10 gallon pots like the round one on the back row right side. Ten gallons is about a bag of potting soil. Hopefully those will be big enough for the season. The others are 5 and 7 gallon square pots. I've been growing indoors and new to outdoor. Last year was the first try outdoors and I got wiped out by mold in September.
You have decent sized plants, and about now through august they will explode with growth. You might want to consider bigger containers, 10 gallon will rootbound faster, need more juice, dry out faster and overall be harder on your roots especially in the heat. If you do go 10 gallon maybe bury the pots it would be much better for your roots.
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You have decent sized plants, and about now through august they will explode with growth. You might want to consider bigger containers, 10 gallon will rootbound faster, need more juice, dry out faster and overall be harder on your roots especially in the heat. If you do go 10 gallon maybe bury the pots it would be much better for your roots.

Thanks Boogieman, How big are you thinking 15, 20? Will root bound require cause damage or just require more supplements & maintenance. I could put them in the ground there but the topsoil isn't very deep. The Coast of Maine soil used really made them go.
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Thanks Boogieman, How big are you thinking 15, 20? Will root bound require cause damage or just require more supplements & maintenance. I could put them in the ground there but the topsoil isn't very deep. The Coast of Maine soil used really made them go.
15-20 gallon should be good, I honestly believe 10's would work too but in my experience big plants in smaller pots are not as healthy. Lower leaves yellow off faster, and pluck off too easily, the stretch doesn't fill out like it should, more feeding which doesn't always help. This is less of an issue in air pots except the more feeding/watering aspect.
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Got the mulch down and the girls seem very happy. Still have to start tying branches where I want them but will get that done this week. Hoping for some afternoon thunderstorms tomorrow because I prefer not to water with my shitty tap water. Also gotta spray some thuricide this week, damn gypsy moths aren't getting me this year!

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I can already see the growth from your last pic. They're growing fast!

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Its some kind of heat treated hay/mulch. Got it at my local nursery, used it last year and liked it alot. By the end of the season its almost broken down and by spring it was pretty much non existent. I usually spray the mulch with whatever I am spraying the plants with neem/thuricide
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