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Old 05-28-2020, 09:57 AM #11
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seems some leaves are a little yellow. what issue it would be?
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It may need a batch of ferts, sometimes the soil is low in nutrients. U can make that soil a whole better. Try to make some layers of animals húmus (rabbit, chicken, horse) during the rest time, my father do a lot of layers of soil, com post and let it rest for a while before use soil to grow vegetables again.
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Weekly Update

Today marks four weeks these ladies have been outside. They have begun to grow and are acting like they are digging the outdoor environment now.

I have not had to water since putting them outdoors and based on the 5.9 inches they have received in the last 36 hours, I doubt I'll have to for another week or so.

These ladies were topped for indoor growing so right now are growing kind of strange. In another week or so I think I'll throw some fencing around them for a little early training.

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Beautiful starke - those plants are loving their new spot - with the help of that supplemental lighting (nice idea), they are going to be some big bud monsters once you allow them to flower.
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seems some leaves are a little yellow. what issue it would be?
I think it was due to the roots having to re-set from hydro to the new medium before uptaking nutrients. So, the plants drew the nutrients it needed to survive the transplant from the leaves while the roots concentrated on growing through the new medium, rather than feeding. Once the roots were established in the new medium, the plants resumed feeding, greened up those pale leaves and started new growth. The same thing happens to me when I transplant from hydro to soil.
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