7 weeks from seed to harvest is lightening fast Definitely an interesting one
Make a nice light soil mix with organic compost/potting soil, perlite, vermiculite etc then make a hole to pot the plant, add some mycos to the planting hole, add plant and gently water in with a small amount of plain water You don't need to worry about ph at this early seedling stage and the liquid kits aren't particularly accurate so I'd refrain from adding anything.Just got a test kit and it looks like 8
I need to lower that soon as I can but I don’t know how, they say I can use lemon, citric acid
I put a dot of lemon to expirement and it went straight down to 5ph should I use lemon ?
I baught biobizz light mix soil it contains peat moss and perlite, I want to make a super soil mix but they don’t sell those ingredients here, I’m temporarily living in this small town, about 3000 people and their is nothing here , their is some worms doe haha I heard they are one the best fertilizers, and germinated popcorn seed blending them up, strain it and water them, also alfalfa seeds, a simple compost tea ? Anything I can find without having to go 30 miles and pay 15 euros in train tickets ? Or buy in amazon?Hey @Stef420! I'd repot them asap into their final containers.
In a new soil mix you won't need to add ferts for 3 weeks or so, if you make a super soil you won't need to add ferts as everything the plant needs is all in the soil mix.
Biobizz isn't organic so it's not something I'd recommend (have used it in the distant past), it also means you'll be ph'g and measuring, adding too much and flushing etc
Organic super soil will yield more it's pretty much fool proof, aswell as being cheaper, better for the planet and the final product is a higher quality