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Dinafem Seeds 2018 Outdoor Grow Diaries

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    • Cursed
      @Dodgee   Higher up on the sides of a valley mate, where you see sheep grazing   They're definitely out, a mate has been bragging he's found loads
    • doominik
      Yes I get your point. Mine sits on a bit of foam now instead of directly on the box
    • JJJ
      Did you saturate the new pot prior to transplanting then leave it to rest in your grow environment to warm up?  Something's up and I reckon you've shocked the plants in some way when potting up.  Double check your root temps...
    • Absurdist
      It's a constant learning journey. There is so much info about these days I think beginners get too hung up on the details.   When I started all I had to go on was an old Ed Rosenthal book. I just shoved my first few crops into a food dehydrator and dried them overnight.   Wouldn't dream of doing that now but I was very pleased with the result at the time!