It's always a good idea to know what your proper soil pH is. We often overlook this with container grows as we're using properly balanced soils, but if you've lived in an area with alkaline soil you know what I mean. If you've never given acidity or alkalinity a thought it's all too easy to assume things are good only to find your plants with slow growth.
If you plan to plant an area for any extended period of time professional testing is your best bet, as you'll not only determine
Updated 06-25-2010 at 07:59 PM by whiteflour
For quite some time now I've practiced seed oriented planting which allows for the quick, uniform emergence of your seedlings. While this concept is practiced widely throughout agriculture it rarely gets mentioned in the cannabis world.
If you've ever started a large batch of seeds before you've probably noticed the random pattern plants can emerge in. A few today, a few tomorrow, some possibly taking up to a week. Or maybe you've transplanted from paper towels to find your root