Thank you @HippieRunner
I am using 200 gallon bags, 100 gallon bags, and 65 gallon bags. Bigger roots equals bigger fruits.
I mixed up my used soil with new organic soil, added insect frass, dynomyco, and generous amounts of worm castings. I worked in my trim leaves from previous grow too. I use the light colored bags to try and keep them cooler . I also bought a low profile 100 gallon, and a 65 gallon low profile rain science bag, I have not used them yet, they seemed a little shallow to me for a hot summer grow. I am really digging the white rain science bags, this is my 1st grow using them, they reflect more light.
I sprayed my plants with BT a couple days ago as I have seen a lot of moths/butterflies dropping worm eggs. I usually lightly spray once a week in the morning during flower. I have heard it’s better to start spraying before flower.
I have been supplementing with simply silica or Power Bloom Si, plus Microbial mass about once a week.
I started using filter below this grow, using city tap water, I can tell the plants are happier with the filter.
I accidentally topped 2 plants, I start super cropping them early, and tie them out with vineyard tape as they grow to get those lower vegetative branches growing for more tops, wider plants, and bigger yields.
I will start top dressing dr earth 7-3-1 guano plus bloom guano in the next few weeks too. I like to hit them with fulvic acid, at the start of flower too. I also supplement with Deuce Deuce 1/2 strength for k booster.