You guys all all GREAT !!! Thank you !
We will get you from start to finish that’s why we are here great members and staff we will set you up
Ok I got pots and black gold soil. ( I’m in a limited area )
i’m not a believer in that prong type ph meter @Colleenhh
it’s measurements are to vague to be reliable…
the best way i’ve found to check PH is through run off water that has traveled through your roots.
an aprea 20 is top notch meter that will not break the bank…
it seems like every day it’s something else,huh…lol
I agree with the lack of trust in the prong meters. I tried several in the past. None were reliable.
Welcome to the forum @Colleenhh…
Even a yellow cheap pH meter off Amazon under $10 is better than one of those no offense or use one for about five days and then threw that thing in the trash and bought a yellow Cheap pH meter and it works great I’ve upgraded since but the yellow ones work just fine for the price way more accurate
Thanks I will get. I measured the dirt and a box of baking soda and dried sand. They all said the same thing lol
Looking great! @Colleenhh
I just pop em into the dirt of their 3-5 gallon permanent homes. The beauty of peat/cow pots is they minimize root damage when transplanting.
Do I spy 2 seedlings in one pot?
Camouflage mini pepper plant lol
Those roots will still be in competition for nutrients…
Good idea for camo, but bad idea for your root system.
Oh OK thank you!!
She looks great! @Colleenhh
Very nice! She’s a beauty
There’s two! Both growing well !! I’m so excited!