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  1. Hello, 32 C is a bit to hot. Try putting some trays close to the plant and fill them with water to increase humidity by evaporation. The frame shall serve the purpose, maybe make it denser and add a cage circle to the top area for support once the buds start to fold the branches aside. She is gona need Phosphorus mostly, to fill the buds properly and also Potassium closer to harvest time for better quality, blooming feeding N-P-K ratio 1-3-2.
  2. WEEK 6. Additional layers of medium: sheep manure, pine needle compost, decomposed wood chips and bark, 200 gr of used coffee grounds, 100 gr gypsum, 100 gr zeolite, 50 gr egg shells. NPK 10-40-10 5 gr per plant, 0.5L of fish emulsion, 0.5L milk lactobacillus serum, 0.5L dandelion juice, 0.5L nettle juice, 200 gr ground bean sprouts, 5 gr yeast ( all this on 100L of water) 1 kg of tobacco leftovers on the edges of the bed, foliar garlic spray. Cut of dummy leafs and the ones above them. Hay straw mulch cover. Left around half bale of sphagnum moss to dry so it can be added to the medium in 2 weeks.
  3. This is first sign of water deficiency. It was grasshoppers eating your plant. Spray garlic water or dust with ordinary flour. Use 5 or 6 thin sticks all around the plant to support it, like this...
  4. I have never used NPK or artificial fertilizers before. The dosage manual says 0.3% for foliar usage and 0.1% for fertigation, but the overall amount per season max 300kg per hectare. When converted to square meters that is 30g/sq meter, which is a negligible amount and would not make a significant difference.
  5. Thank you, good to be here Its my passion
  6. WEEK FOUR (day 26.) 12 days ago the surface was dry but there was plenty of moist in the soil, so I gave them a splash 1 liter each. Now the soil is completely dry and cracks started to appear but the plants are doing good. I added sheep compost around each plant. It is crunchy and easily broken with hands into a fine powder, has a bit higher nitrogen level then ordinary compost so it will give them a boost. Then I watered them fully, adding 20 g of Epsom salt to 80 liters of water. Misted with nescafe (also energy booster) and soap against bugs. Still not giving them N-P-K rooter and the greenhouse remains. I soaked some fresh juicy nettle in 5 liter bottle and added a table spoon of sugar to trigger fermentation, so the syrup can be used in 3 weeks. I found some areas with sphagnum moss, which I am planing to harvest, then dry up and add to the medium.
  7. Mesh fence cage, dense enough to hold sparrows off.
  8. You need to cut of those bottom leafs and branches and add more soil, cus they wont yield much anyway but can cause the entire plant to grow moldy. Top buds will compensate the loss. And spray those bugs, if you dont have Neem oil, boil chilly peppers and use the liquid, garlic water, make ness cafe 1g/l. It could give 100 grams maybe more.
  9. Hello. The bigger plant in the white pot, which strain is it? Looks like nothing i have seen before, very strange. Maybe you should boil some chilly peppers and apply the liquid on the plants with a sprayer. You could also add garlic, drop of soap or very light instant coffee. Compost tea spray gets your plants infected with beneficial micro organisms and they overpower all the harmful ones.
  10. Theres gona be storms and hard rains all the way till the end of April, as well as temperatures close to zero at some points (weather forecast for this region). I am going to have to leave the nylon for a bit longer, but once I uncover it I am going to build a fence from branches which am pilling up around already. I also got some NPK 10-40-10 rooting starter, 20-20-20 universal crystal fertilizer for later, Epsom salt and 50 meters of 6 mm thick hose for gravity fed drip irrigation from the spring nearby.
  11. Water them until the soil stops drinking. After this wait for the top soil layer to dry up completely (there will be moist left deeper below) and then fully water again, so on.

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