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FerretWrangler

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She loves the new pot, and the new soil mix. I was amazed when I looked today and so all the new growth! I can't wait until she's bulked up and I can feed her again :rolleyes: @Sunshine since my nutes tend to screw with the soil Ph, I was wondering if I could just put the mix in a jar with warm water and shake it up, and then test the Ph and adjust and water it in?
 

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She loves the new pot, and the new soil mix. I was amazed when I looked today and so all the new growth!
Fantastic news @FerretWrangler I'm proud of you man, many would of killed her off after that epic transplant :)
Now it's a question of patience and letting her grow into the medium and building a strong root system. I wouldn't think about feeding her for at least a couple of weeks ;)
I was wondering if I could just put the mix in a jar with warm water and shake it up, and then test the Ph and adjust and water it in?
This won't work, the ph you test one day will be different the next day and the day after that with organic amendments you are using.
I really think you need to invest in a well priced organic fertiliser that covers all the bases and won't give you big ph swings, trust me this will make growing delicious flowers a doddle and take away all of the headaches you've experienced to date :idea:
The danger of continuing to use the ones you have is that you will end up in the same position again in a few weeks and next time it may be terminal.
 

FerretWrangler

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I figured it would be a long while before I really could feed her anyways. I suppose I can just use what I already have for my herbs and succulents. If that one fert you've recommended to me before won't make my Ph swing I'll look into getting that for real.
 

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It won't cause any major swings if you're using it at a rate of a few tbsp's at a time which is all you need, go for it :sun:
Cool, I meant the nutrients I've bought for her, I'll use for my succulents, not use succulent nutes on my girl haha I will definitely wait until she's looking super healthy before I feed. Would you still recommend the same mix as before? The lime seems to be holding the Ph at a constant 7.0 :blush:
And thanks @Sunshine for saying you're proud of me, I was too asleep when I originally read that to register the praise. I think she deserves a toast tonight, we should give credit where it's due; She has a monumental will to live. At one point I was wondering if I should be worrying more, as she does have some twisted growth that made me question her genes. You did help a good bit too, I didn't want to repot and I feel like that helped a bunch. :rolleyes:
 
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If you keep her on track she'll be ready to flip in a month! Now that'll definitely be a day to celebrate :party:
How did the muscadine turn out by the way? I miss brewing :)
It needs to mellow, it's a bit hot after adding the sherry. I sweetened and back sweetened with honey so it has some flowery notes I'm anxious to taste. I'm going to keep the bulk of it corked until harvest time :) she's got even MORE shoots this morning btw, I hope I can flip in a month!
 

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Was just looking at the most recent pics, definitely bouncing back nicely :)
The new soil mix looks great too :sun:
Thanks! I added way more perlite than I would've ever thought necessary but I'm so glad I did now. She's still losing some of the older leaves but I know she's over the hill by now.
 
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