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Dutch Passion

Support forum for Dutch Passion Seeds


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    • Subutai
      Never grown in Coco yet, But don't you have to PH your water to something like 6? Every watering
    • Arthur Mix
      Why not do a simple diary then it’s easier to see what you have done over the grow etc . It may help , it’s not to take piss out of. Never know people may learn from you 
    • Larry Badgeley
      @Ameth. I don't grow in coco so I don't understand feeding schedules, but what I would say is that can you see roots coming out of the bottom of the pot? if you can then grab the plant at the bottom and lift it out of the pot. Make sure it's quite dry. If you have rooted out that pot then it's time to pot up. Don't be afraid to do this as it is perfectly safe and to be honest the plant will love you for it as the roots have room to breathe and grow.
    • Jimboo
      Have You Ever Seen the Rain? - John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival)