A customer has a question and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks.
"had 2 out of 2 Gold Leaf plants growing and 2 out of 7 Northern Lights. Unfortunately one of the Northern Lights plants bit the dust today, and now I have only 1 out of the 7 seeds growing….
I am looking after them the same and thought Northern Lights was supposed to be easy to grow!! Perhaps I should just put them out on the verandah and let nature take its course?
Strain (type, bag seed): NA
Soil in pots, hydroponic, or coco?: yes soil in pots
PH of runoff or solution in reservoir?: NA
What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS: NA
Indoor for now but plan to put outdoor later:
Light system, size?: I leave a 40w light shining on them at night quite close
Temps day, night: - it’s around 18 C to 29 C here in Sydney
Humidity day, night – not too humid yet
Ventilation system (yes/no, size): no
AC, humidifier, de-humidifier?: no
Co2 (yes/no): NA
I have attached photos of the soil I used and the mineral mix.
At the bottom of the pot I put some worm mixture from cleaning out the worm farm recently. Then I added the seed raising mix and a sprinkle of mineral mix.
I have been watering them with R/O water and also worm juice watered down. I may have made them too wet to start with, I’m not sure… but am making sure I keep them moist but not wet.
I have them in the kitchen near the window, and they get the sun in the afternoon.
Do you think they are big enough to put outside yet? My verandah is quite protected. Or do I need to wait until they are too big for the little pot and transplant them into a bigger pot?
I have 3 of each seed left. I am wondering whether to try to grow those as well in case anything happens to these 3….