If it’s got the room and right conditions she’ll grow big. I’m guessing it won’t do very much more, is it flowering yet?
Yes it is currently flowering. I should be done it’s stretch soon and start fattening up those buds!
Nice set up!
Coming along great Stephanie!
That’s one happy plant! Nice work:+1:
Thanks a lot I learned a ton from you guys.
I gotta try growing an auto outside next year after seeing this
I wasn’t expecting these results thus far at all.
Wow I wanna be like you when I grow up!
Was your outdoor grow space purchased at Wally World for under 100$? Just curious as I’ve seen a very similar unit for 50$’s
Had a lot of poor reviews as to the cheap plastic material, but I figured I’d ask if you were happy with it
Bought it off wayfair. It was a little more than that I can’t remember how much exactly but the plastic is pretty thick. We shall see how long it last but I’m really happy with the space. I wanted to have control over the watering and not have Mother Nature piss away all my nutrients with a massive downpour. So I got a rain barrel and I use that water for my outdoor plants. Add nutrients then I pH the water and it’s gtg.
Perfect idea with the rain water the best way to go … I wish it rained more around my way so I can do the same … these coco grows require feeding atleast once a day sometimes two or more at 5 gallon smart tops you can see water is my biggest issue
I’m seriously thinking of trying my hand at an outdoor grow. I have never grown anything successfully and I’m still on my first grow in the grobo but, if I ever want to get good at it I need to start gathering info. I already know that you used an auto, a rain barrel/distilled water, and you fed them once a week. Would you mind sharing here or through message
- what type of nutrients you used?
- how do you know the amount of water to use when watering?
- which month you think is best to start an outdoor grow?
- anything else that might be helpful.
Thanks in advance!