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Old 07-02-2019, 06:06 AM #111
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Looking good! The big blueberry syrup is on the move! Fun to watch them explode with growth this time of year! The other 2 look like they're coming along. You could always plug in more plants to fill in the area. Those smaller ones will still end up at 8 ft+ and will yield well. Still time to grow! Water them when they're thirsty and keep them fed! Thanks for sharing!
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Old 07-02-2019, 09:35 AM #112
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Looking good! The big blueberry syrup is on the move! Fun to watch them explode with growth this time of year! The other 2 look like they're coming along. You could always plug in more plants to fill in the area. Those smaller ones will still end up at 8 ft+ and will yield well. Still time to grow! Water them when they're thirsty and keep them fed! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you. Ya that's what I was thinking... I have some freshly transplanted clones that might be finding their way into the beds.
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Old 07-05-2019, 06:22 AM #113
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Quick question for you guys... For those that have grown in larger sized pots or beds, how much water are you giving them and how often? I'm watering 15 gallons 3 times a week. It doesn't seem like nearly enough however there have been zero signs of under watering. Again it still doesn't sound right
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Apx 10% of soil volume is field saturation. So 40 gallons on a 400 gallon planter.

If the soil is already moist, it should not take 40, so 15-20 is probably a good maintenance watering. I like every other day, with a little thin mulch, at least through the heat of the summer. Then back off as the temps cool.

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Apx 10% of soil volume is field saturation. So 40 gallons on a 400 gallon planter.

If the soil is already moist, it should not take 40, so 15-20 is probably a good maintenance watering. I like every other day, with a little thin mulch, at least through the heat of the summer. Then back off as the temps cool.

Nice garden, and genetics.

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Thank you for your reply. I appreciate it. The soil gets pretty dry 2 inches down but is lightly moist below that. I might bump up to 20 gallons every other day especially as they're getting bigger.
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