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These are 5 Northern Lights plants I germinated from feminised seeds from SeedSupreme. They are lush and we'll rooted, I'm transplanting them into 18 gallon storage totes I've converted for drainage and dug holes in the ground for, so that the plants are at ground level. The soil is a premium blend called Happy Frog to which I've added mycorrhizal bacteria both mixed in and applied at transplant hole where the roots make contact. I will be fertilizing with "Sensi-Grow" from Advanced Nutrients. I will also be using an additional live microbe supplement called "Photosynthesis Plus".
These girls are two "Black Russian" I germinated from Feminised seeds purchased from SeedSupreme. They are gorgeous, green, and well rooted. As with all my plants I introduce mycorrhizal bacteria at transplant zone where roots make contact, as well as layered deeper in the soil. Throughout their lives I will continue to apply mycorrhizal inoculate to the substrate via a liquid supplement called "Photosynthesis Plus". I will fertilize this year with "Sensi-Grow" and "Sensi-Bloom" from Advanced Nutrients. This strain is a 70/30 indica dominant variety I chose due to it's short squat features that should be easy to keep under 6 feet which is my height restriction on this side of the house. This is also why I've set the containers (18 gallon) into holes I dug into the ground.