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Humboldt Seed Organisations 2019 Pot Noodle Challenge


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    • Dr feelgood
      Just leave the boys amongst the girls and let nature do its thing.
    • Obi Rodders
      Hello all, I had a tickle last year growing outside with very little effort and had a little result. This year green house is in and I think I'm off to a good start. So I'm basicly hoping I could find a yoda to help me learn the ways of the growing force. I'm not one to read through lots of ideas or start a mini debate on what's right and wrong, just hoping to find someone or alittle group to help guide me over the next 2-3months. Appreciate your time if you have read my call for help. Non jedi's may not apply
    • TommyTrichome
      I'm in perlite with compost and clay balls, watering every 48 hours the moment (early flower) . I kept seeing/getting told- wet n dry cycle so that's what I stuck with.  I'd say my pots are 80% dry when I 're water them. Also worth taking note of pot weight. When mine 're just watered I can barely pick them up with one hand, when it's water time I  an pick it up pretty easily.  Environment will also play a roll in how often you need to water, temp, air flow, Room humidity etc. 
    • QFMAC
      I must admit, I have noticed that too.