Help wanted…cuz I don’t think I know what I’m doing
Lol and you need help with what part exactly cos there’s quite a few steps
And please add some pics, we do like pics …
LMAO, so what you really mean is show and tell me how to grow something.
Well you got to pop some seeds to start, do you know how to do that bit?
Got some potting soil, small pot, seeds, bottled or rain water?
Sure!! I’ll hit u guys up with sum pix in the morning… unimpressive as they are… I’m just trying something new … Bout time if u ask me…no more trips to the dealer… that’s my aim
So what have you got growing ATM, tent, outside?
Yea…I’m outside in the tropics…had some luck last year with a fruity strain…not sure what I have right now since I’m starting from scratch… I’m hopeful…it’s raining cats and dogs right now…I hope my seedlings are ok…
I think I need most advice on breed and cultivation techniques.
Do you want to grow indoor now?
Your name gave it away.
Your in the right place for advice, l am sure someone will have an answer, to any questions, you might have. You are going to have to be a bit more specific as Explorer said.
What kind of training and why.
As for breeding there are lots of breeders here, posting on their work. Don’t be shy.
Might need a better camera tho… This one sucks on the closeups
I think I have a variety of auto flowers along with some local sativa strains… there’s one in the back that was so tall I had to cut it back…hasn’t flowered yet tho…very strange plant…I’m thinking wtf?
Lovely looking color green on them they look really healthy. Are you going to top them to make them bushier?
First you have to learn proper soil amendment.
Awesome start to your season.
I don’t see shadows in the pics, but that could well be cloudy conditions with the rainy season.
Given a choice, you want to select a spot that gets 6+ hours of direct Sunshine, overhead is best.
Cannabis is a champ when it comes to outgrowing the shady plants, it will elongate until it is the tallest weed in the forest. The trick to keeping it a manageable size is Light.
Thats a good tip, proper soil aeration helps the roots a lot lol .
And of course,
Looking like you need some sand mixed into soil for better drainage. They look good and hardy. Love the title of this thread.
They look pretty darn good to me, although they are really close together.