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yazad

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hi. i am all set for my new begining with a unknown strain of auto.
as sunshine said i bought some quality potting items.
i have stocked.

1: bone meal.
2: mycirrhiza
3: humidity and ph meter.
4: coco coir.
5: perlite
6: vermiculite
7: wormi compost.
8: red soil.
9: fish fertilizer.
10: seaweed.
now how should i proceed further to make quality pot wich i have to just add water nothing else till harvest.
the temp here is 43
 

Sunshine

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Hi @yazad building a super soil is definitely the way forwards.
With supersoil you don't need to use ph meter, with super soil you will not use any liquid additives, everything is added dry/powdered to the soil.
You need a good fish blood and bone combined fertiliser, this is the easiest way.
Base mix
Based on what you have available for every 20litre/5gal bucket use 25% perlite, 15% vermiculite, 10% coco coir, 25% red soil, 25% worm compost. This is your base soil.
Food
You need to add to that mix your Fish blood and bone fertiliser at 8 large table spoons per 5 gallon pot, this is your plant food.
PH
Add about 1 large tbsp of dolomite lime per 5 gal pot also, this helps balance ph and prevents it dropping too low. In an organic grow there is no need to measure or adjust ph.
Mix all of the ingredients above well and moisten with some dilute sea weed spray to bring it together.
Mycos
The mycos are best added around the roots so put these last in the planting hole.

If you follow the above directions closely and only use plain water until harvest and avoid the temptation to add liquids and or over water, you will have a very good harvest.
Good luck on your new grow @yazad, really hope it works out well for you! :)
 
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southindiansativa

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@Sunshine First off thanks for all the great information shared and spirit shown on here by you and other guys. Without support of u guys i would still be killing seedlings due to damping.😤

Regarding Indian landraces it will probably start to pre flower by end of September & my guess is our equatorial sativa will not be ready till January. And seen several that go on freely till march. I dont want this one to turn into a huge bush by that time. Is there any way that i can bonsai this one!😬
 

southindiansativa

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08150BF5-05F3-461F-869A-E7BEF9DCDCF6.jpegTopped at every third node again and defoliated some fan leaves below. Thought of tying the branches down for while before going to SOGR but accidentally I split the main stem into two😝.254DF8D2-36F7-444A-B690-82BA0F336C57.jpegNow have covered the top with clay so that the split doesn’t go any further. Have to wait for a week to see how it reacts😬.
 

FerretWrangler

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View attachment 3535Topped at every third node again and defoliated some fan leaves below. Thought of tying the branches down for while before going to SOGR but accidentally I split the main stem into two😝.View attachment 3536Now have covered the top with clay so that the split doesn’t go any further. Have to wait for a week to see how it reacts😬.
They are very resilient! I've wounded my fair share of plants and am always amazed at their healing capabilities. Nice work on the mainline technique, it's not for the faint of heart.
 

southindiansativa

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They are very resilient! I've wounded my fair share of plants and am always amazed at their healing capabilities. Nice work on the mainline technique, it's not for the faint of heart.
Thanks @FerretWrangler ... I split it wide open till next node. Even though it recovers from the shit I made think it can’t handle any more pulling down of branches. My last hope to arrest the height is SCROG.4F1E85D2-79FB-4F2C-AAFA-C5B23D0E9FE3.jpeg
 
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