did someone ever helped you out with the nutes for the lowryer doing it myself and using all foxfarm products, so far i got a 150 hps, foxfarm ocean forrest soil, got tiger bloom and big bloom so far, can u tell me the watering guide for nutes
polish id say chicago????
The first time I grew lowryders outdoors I was intending on getting 2 crops over the course of the growing season, so my yields for the first crop were relatively low with the focus on seed production, probably about 3/4 oz per plant. Unfortunately my growing partner picked the ladies too early and the seeds weren't fully developed. We planted in early May, and harvested them around the first week in July. The females were about 2.5 feet tall, the males were a little taller, but not as bushy. Lowryders blend in really well with the surrounding area, and their short stature allows them to go unnoticed in the middle of summer when other vegitation is thriving. I would suggest that you plant in mid May, that way your plants are about half done around the summer solstice. Watering once a week should be more than fine, if your plants are directly in the soil, (I highly reccomend that they are) its good to let the soil dry out a bit between waterings, this forces the roots of the plants to move farther into the soil, and a large developed root structure will allow your plants to take up more water and nutrients farther down the road. It sounds like this might be your first grow, if it is I have some more general tips for you, but if it is'nt I dont want to tell you a bunch of stuff you probably already know.