Originally Posted by Female Seeds
Looking fresh and healthy with beautiful color too DOTG
What's up with those 2 individuals? Slight differences from the others? Taller and fast growing?
May ask you what's the soil you are currently using?
Thanks for the update DTOG, much appreciated,
All for now and until next update!
Yes, faster growing. I was just checking them out last night and your previous statement holds true. I'm seeing very little variation in the plants. Most look identical, with only 2-3 that have leaves that are slightly different than the rest.
They are in pure Happy Frog soil. Only just started giving them food, the last 2 times I watered. Which was minimal at best. I feed with Jack's Classic Bloom Booster 10-30-20 @ 1/4 teaspoon per gallon, normally. With seed plants I mix a gallon with the Jack's. Then fill a gallon jug 3/4 way full with plain water and add 1/4 gallon of the Jack's water to it. Works pretty well and no tip burn.
When I flower them, I will be using the Happy Frog Fruit and Flower (5-8-4)dry amendment mixed into the dirt of the containers I transplant them into.
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