Sorry for my late response guys, work has been hectic (quitting soon!)
@Countryboyjvd1971 I was not able to get perlite locally but the soil is mixed with coarse sand I believe and this helps with drainage, I get runoffs quickly when I water. Also yesterday, I slightly watered the seedlings that were wilting, one perked up and the other has remained the same so its confusing. I am yet to get a hang of how to know when the cup is almost completely dried up however
@Johnzy81 I will appreciate that as I failed to find it anywhere online
@garrigan65 I was unable to find soil on that website unfortunately.
I have 5 gallon pots I intend to make their final home but since I might have to continue using the dirt I have here, I was thinking I should receive my TDS meter first and know more about the soil before transplanting. What do you think?
@Growit thanks for those encouraging words, I will definitely be paying attention to what everyone has to say and hopefully I’d get to the finish line with quality buds to show for it.
@Familyman420 thanks for chiming in! I am glad the meter can still be of some use. Would it be good to test the soil moisture of my seedlings? I don’t think i’m great with lifting them to decide when its time to water…yet
@Covertgrower there are a couple of holes in each cup actually as I was afraid of having a lake down below as well. However, it seems to be under-watering because one of them perked up a while after I watered. I intend to stop misting and water them a bit more so that I can let the soil dry out before watering again, is that ok?