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  • notsohigh I have learned a lot from you guys in here your great people. I have been growing in super soil it is great I think anyway when I changed over to flower nothing happen three weeks went by nothing. I started using bloom with in days they started I thought when you used super soil that is all you need but I guess not I have been giving them bloom ever since and they are doing great. I wanted to thank every one in here for your help thank you again
    August 18, 2018
  • longhairedcountryboy 5 out of 6 seeds are up out of the dirt
    January 9
  • TychoMonolith This year was my first big outdoor grow. I put a bit over 500 in the ground. My biggest failure this year was to not use cages and ignoring rodents. I knew cages were important, but I figured I'd make up with it in numbers. I thought I could harvest 25%, but without cages, the plants were dropping like flies. I ended up with barely 7%. What a disaster. Another bad decision was to simply dig my holes and stick the plants in the ground without clearing enough grass/weeds from around the plants. Mice LOVE the cover of thick tall grass/hay/weed. If I had taken the time to use my string trimmer and cleared a good area, they wouldn't have been as susceptible to the mouse logging crew. Within two weeks at least 50% of my plants were chopped down and just laying there to waste away. They didn't even try to eat the plant. Just Chop, let it drop, and chop the next one, until they were all down. Fackers. Ironically, my biggest successes were not caged. While I did lose half of them, those that survived the wilds grew into monsters. All in all, I had the time of my life and LOVE this hobby. It got my semi-retired ass out of bed at sunrise all summer. The biggest lesson I learned can be expressed this way. 50 caged plants = 1000 not caged. Among other lessons, I've learned enough to pull off close to a 99% harvest. But now I want to learn to grow indoor. Does anyone have any tips or a link to get me started? Outdoor and Indoor are two totally different skillsets. Also, what's the difference in Soil and Hydro? Is it only yield? Thanks.
    November 10, 2018
  • HydroKid I appreciate everyone that checked in on us with the earthquake situation! I just returned home from a couple of weeks of training out of state to wake up to the quake, the house is still standing and thankfully we lost all of our ugly Christmas plates!! lol Thanks for being an awesome community!
    December 5, 2018

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