Well I have finally decided to do a online journal.
Sorry it’s not from the start. But from the transplant. It happened today 29/12/19. All 6, had Day 1 around 21 Nov and 22 Nov. We had weeks of rain and cloud cover and by my own fault, not my preferred seedling mix. Growth was a bit slow with all the water in there younger days.
My soil already to use, it has been resting for almost 2 weeks.
Peat Moss (coco peat)
Mycorrhizal fungi added to roots.
The 6 Seedlings to be planted.
The 6 pots prepared
The 6 in New Pots
All 6 was Topped on Xmas Day on the 4th node.
Two White Widow x Cheese (Dispensary Bag Seeds)
Two Blueberry (Friend Gift)
Two Charlotte’s Web (Dispensary Bag Seeds)
Everybody Chilling Together
The other 3 infront are Purple Punch.
The other middle ones are, 1 Hash Plant, 1 Lemon Haze, 1 GDP.
And all my plants have tags with the important dates on them.
Looking good. I’m following!
Ya mon! What is the french proverb, I’m french and trying to tell my parents and they don’t know it. I’m assuming it’s
Un chien ne fait pas un chat?
Awesome, from what part of France is she from? I’m born in Paris but grew up in the States.
Born and raised until 13 in Guadeloupe, FWI, Moved to Normandy at 13, College in Paris, and settled down in Orleans.
@docdre sorry to clog your journal bro,
I love seeing fungi in my living soil grows…
That’s cool!!! Normandy crepes and cider:)
They never last more then a day or 2…
All the ones I’ve seen in my garden, just last till the sun gets to hot or just till the afternoon.
I have straw on mine as cover… seems to keep them cooler possibly…
Light nutrient feed today. Then it rained again…
I know it’s the best thing, just the soil stays wet for too long. More and heavier rain predicted into the new year.
10L de-chlorined tap water.
1 Drop CardioPump
1 Drop PhenoPump
20ml Culterra Multi-Kelp
3ml Umya Nutrients Cal/Mag
3ml Umya Nutrients Nc32
But I got some foto’s in.
Just the Blueberry with some funny leaf.
The White White x Cheese
The Charlotte’s Web
All of them has shown new growth after the transplant.
All of them chilling together.
Nice garden you have going there!!!
Does any of you follow or have a nutrient mixing order?