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Dutch Passion

Support forum for Dutch Passion Seeds


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    • blackpoolbouncer
      Your opinion is scientifically wrong I'm afraid. They breathe just fine.    Autos in 24/7 ftw. Most I've had is 287g from an 11 pot in compost. They can sleep when they are dead. 
    • OceanGreenz
      Does this mean you have doubts that you'll ever release cheese seeds or am i just on the naughty list for asking about the price increase justification ?
    • thatman
      yields are pretty good and its a great daytime smoke   In fact i am puffing on one now
    • Whatwentwrong
      There is clearly always two sides to this. 
        the actual compost manufacturers say to ph your feed (house and garden for example).   experienced growers on this site say There is no need. But on other sites they say check.   ive had a run through this thread but I can’t see what soil your in. If it has guano init it could go more acidic over time.    if your having problems seeing what ph your feed is and what ph your run off is can’t hurt.   if your feed is 6.5 then your run off should be within 1 point but soil does buffer.   i had a problem ph’d had runoff of 5 which was 1.5 below. Added some lime and issue went over night.
        it’s your call, the soil will buffer it but it can’t hurt knowing.