@Myfriendis410 @Rexx @highcountrygal @1BigFella
I have some questions on watering frequency outdoors in the SoCal area. Everything is in the vegetable garden transplanted from 2/3 Gallon buckets FF Ocean soil . Good drainage, plants healthy 1-2 ft tall, 8 weeks old from seed indoors. Currently, I’m watering once every 4-5 days, approx. 3-5 quarts per plant, water – feed (lightly) etc.
I noticed after 2-3 days, sorta dry/slightly moist soil 3-4 inches down, they could use a little water, but I wanted to avoid over-watering, so I stretch my watering’s out 1-2 days. Average temp is 75 (getting warmer), full direct sun.
Is it nearly impossible for me to overwater plants in the ground?
Should I water over a one-hour period or water over a 3-5-hour morning period?
My grow time is May-July veg, Aug-Oct flower (plants already 8 weeks old) so i’m trying to adjust the trio schedule, do i stay diliuted on nutes over the longer period of growth time?
Plants currently can handle full FF Trio mix schedule without burning, I’m fertilizing every 6-9 days, I can probably start pushing this some, just closely monitor my plants. I’m at 13.5 hours sunlight day so these girls will veg for a few more months.
Any advice would be great