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Sorry for delay in response.
Status quo for now.
Soil PH is close to 7
I thought maybe the grounds could help with this issue.
I have not added them.
Does that feed look ok to you? Again… I am limited by availability of range in South Africa.
Soil ph - 7
Water from tap - 6.8/7
That PH tester pictured is not the most specific…
I have not used nutes/ time release.
I have green fingers in general and guess the soil is good quality. Maybe a bit alkaline and maybe not enough perlite.
It’s all the same soil!
There are plenty of holes in pots and drainage is good.
Root system is strong and very quick to grow.
Disproportionately to the plant itself.
Have also waited until ‘dry’ on meter and sight before watering
That being said - nowhere near 1/3 perlite.
If that is recommended I will get more today.
Note: soil also has vermiculite. A light, airy soil was the aim.
Do you suggest I also cut more perlite into the main pot waiting for her?
Time to transplant into the permanent pot?