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June 28, 2020 at 5:14 pm by Avatar for Jim

Transplanted the sativas and moved them outdoors

I haven’t transplanted my indoor plants yet, but I had to transplant the sativa ladies and put them outdoors because they were eating up all the nutrients in the soil from getting rootbound. There were some deficiency signs in the leaves, so I went ahead and transplanted. After transplanting, I moved the plants outdoors in the shade for a few days. I currently have the plants sitting about 5-6 feet off the ground to help avoid pests like deer.

Nutrient Feed

I fed the plants when I watered them into their new containers. I also topped the plants and tied them down to help with the extreme winds out here. They seem to be holding up alright and have started expoding in growth. I fucked up a branch on my Acapulco Gold plant due to my carelessness, but I intend to top all the plants again anyway so it’s not a big deal. I’ve got plenty of time to let these ladies vegetate outdoors! About 3 months to go until harvest, so I estimate another 4 weeks of vegetative growth.

Per Gallon

  • 1 scoop Great White Mycorrhizae
  • 10 drops Superthrive
  • 2ml cal-mag
  • 1ml grow big
  • .5ml protekt

I gave the Acapulco Gold slightly more nitrogen because it loves it so much.

Soil Mix

I expect to see these ladies improving as they continue to consume their fresh new soil that I mixed. I added fox farms ocean forest soil, perlite, vermiculite, some compressed promix soil, and leca clay pebbles. The plants are already loving the new soil and I did not notice much transplant shock at all. The Superthrive and Great White help out a lot with transplanting issues. In another couple weeks these ladies are probably going to be getting big and bushy.

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Jim is the creator of My Weed and he has been gardening for several years. He believes in the untapped potential of cannabis, herbs, plants, and other natural compounds. Aside from gardening, Jim's other interests include cars, fitness, listening to and playing music, making websites, technology, playing with his 2 rescue dogs and just chilling!