Originally Posted by oregongrowpros
I have not watered it for a week, and my moisture meter has not changed much (because it's a scrog, I cannot lift the pot up to "feel" the weight)
Soil is fox farms frog
temps are 65F - 82F
RH 30% avg
last watering used a tiny bit of alaskan fish 5-1-1
So I'm experimenting with growing in a gereenhouse/coldhouse on my rooftop. My altidude is over 11,000 feet Temperature is nighttime low of 48 degrees and daytime high of 80 degrees. Humidity is low 25% and high 85%, highest is in the morning when humid wind from the Amazon hits us. The light here is about 12/12 all year round due to the fact we are close to the equator.
For this experiment I chose a 30 day old plant from a mix pack from Female Seeds,she has been vegging in my growroom 24/0
so I've harvested one of the ladies, one more to be chopped probably this weekend or maybe tuesday or wednesday.
just picked up a bag of Dr Earth Pot of Gold organic potting soil, a 6 pot jiffy greenhouse, and some cloning gel from my local garden center. probably going to pop a few seeds in the jiffy pots and get this sucker rolling here in a few days. I just want to be sure I have time to clean my grow space in between harvesting the second plant and tossing the new seedlings in
PICTURE UPDATE! Filenames should tell you which plant is which. I named them after old ladies because they're old, frosty and smell dank but strangely comforting.
Originally Posted by beuffer420
Originally Posted by Mohican
I have seen humming birds eating bugs off of plants in my garden - even spiders!
We have three feeders around my yard for the hum birds. I like the bird call they make and how they sound when buzzing by you. Ours are pretty friendly this year they will eat flower right next to where your sitting without getting frightened.