What is the best soil I can get from lowes or home depot while I wait for my fox farm ?
Seed starter mixes are probably your best bet. They don’t tend to have a whole lot of nutes.
Stay away from any Scott’s product like Miracle Grow. Cannabis and MG don’t get along very well. Any product that says “feeds for x months” should be avoided.
Thanks. I started her in Miracle Grow Organics but I want to change when I transplant and I have a few more about to pop.
Nice plant ! Yeah you are a Several weeks into flowering stage I don’t think I’d transplant. Keep pushing towards finish line. That’s just me good luck.
Pretty sure I’m root bound
I’m with @kellydans transplanting would cause stress not what you want on a plant that far into flower
Ok ill take your advice and just start some new ones in solo cups . Instead of transplanting into a 1.75 gal. I’ll go straight to 5 this time. Thanks
You may consider 3gal. would most likely be plenty of room unless you do a long veg. So would save on medium fox farm is kinda pricey i know
Kinda pricey but worth it. I make decent money at my job so I don’t mind spending a little extra.
I tried to find. 3 gallon at lowes but they only had 5 and 2 . So I got a few 5s and a 2 for water
Use the Fox Farms dealer locator to find a local store that carries soil. Ordering soil to be shipped will cost easily 2-3 times as much as you can buy it for locally.
There is also coast of Maine and roots soils as good or better than FF
Any local retailer that sells fox farms soil will have many other choices of growing medium as well. The only way to find out what they have to offer is to take a short road trip.
The ones here carry Promix, its decent, but treat for fungus gnats just like every other one.
I will say I love my fabric pots. Check ‘‘em out if you haven’t tried before
I didnt see any at lowes but I’m headed this weekend for fabric pots and some fox farm. Eventually I’ll make my own
I put a Purple Punch and 2 more WW down in some (unfortunately) Miracle Grow seed starter potting mix. Next round will be The Fox Farm ocean forest but I’d like to learn to make my own.
Fabric pots is a great choice. I use 5 gallon with autos an 7 gallon for photos indoor grow. Some people use 3 gallon for auto but I fell like if you got the space fill it up.
I would see if you can get roots original for equal or less effort. Cost should be similar to fox farms, the roots is just a little more consistent and doesn’t compact as easily. In all should be more friendly experience for most.
Is there a way u can cut the bottom of the pot without harming the roots too much cut off bottom and fill another pot with soil and set that pot in another pot where the roots will grow thru the bottom into the new soil. It might be of help I have seen it done with fab pots might help ya out without doing a complete transplant just expanding the home she is in basically. Sux to ruin a pot to do it but if it saves the plant what a couple dollar pot lol. Good luck