The start of a new season

Discussion in 'Grow Room Pix and Journals' started by Cynic, May 8, 2007.

  1. Cynic

    Cynic Member

    ello folks, this season Im doing a small grow of 4 fem'ed 60% sat. 40% in. Ill be posting updates as much as I can

    Theyre about a week and all about the same
  2. T.H. Cammo

    T.H. Cammo Member

    Is that garden soil you're growing in, or some mixture of ingredients?
  3. Cynic

    Cynic Member

    50% of my compost, 20% sand, 20% store top soil, 10% pete moss
  4. M4N14C42O

    M4N14C42O Cannabis Connoisseur

    sounds like a great mix but i would get them out of those pots and put 'em in the ground. There roots are ready to spread......dig a hole, fill it with your mix, transplant the plant. Works excellent with great yields.
  5. Cynic

    Cynic Member

    Well, Ive encouterd alot of problems, bad storms, strange leaf drying out and bugs. I think growth is permently slown. But, through it all my girls still look pretty
  6. farmer dylan

    farmer dylan Member

    verynice dude
  7. Cynic

    Cynic Member

    Im very happy! I started thinking thier wet period was too long I moved them to smaller pots and growth has boomed, and theyre showing thier sex, all female of course!
  8. Cynic

    Cynic Member

    I put them in the ground theyre getting a little less sun but theyll be ok and a beautiful sunflower :D
  9. duckyx

    duckyx Member

    To bad sunflowers cant get you high lol... And what a nice plant
  10. Cynic

    Cynic Member

    Ive ran into a few problems these past weeks. They wernt getting enough light, so I cut some of the tree canopy. Somthing has been eating on them but, I think Ive solved the problem.
  11. HalF_BaKed

    HalF_BaKed Member

    wow looks like your gunna have a good time with these babies good luck with it all hope it stays good

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