The outdoor #plants are looking a lot better these days!
These plants are only a few weeks behind the BIG POT PATCH that I share about a lot here on SMOKE.io. I have been concentrating so much time & effort on the big pot patch that I totally lost track of the small starts #stashed in another part of the yard!
(Here they are now:)
(I was out watering today with some #Cha-Ching and more Bloom & most importantly the digital camera!) Kaboom! I definitely could do a heck of a lot better with my outdoor #crop next #season, I better start getting ready for it soon! lol
- Dig some bigger holes!
- Get some hose water down there.
- Work on the soil some some more by adding #Organic #Compost.
- Maybe even set my drip irrigation back up!
(I Had it going last year, makes a BIG difference!)
You get the gist?
Growing pot is a lot of work, I'm learning as I grow. #Growing #weed is an art too, especially when having so many eyeballs watching your every move! That fact alone can sometimes feel stressful & daunting.
I.E. If my plants died I'm sure I would never hear the end of it - an that would be haunting! jk./s
Growing & writing about growing is a new trend for me, and lucky for us early adopters I think SMOKE.io is going to take off To "Da Moon" like my other WEED #trees are! Blogging about weed is pretty cool and fun to do! Grow, post, Get paid, #SMOKE "earn every which a' way!" Here are the starts 21 days ago documented here: (link below:)
I was really busy back then and had the girls all sprouting from one medium pot up until 21 days ago!
(Not the best method to choose for starting - best to separate them an give the roots space of their own.) After I planted them the weather got really hot and dry, and the leaves look like they even got burned by the falling ash from that dastardly fire, since they weren't as protected and watered that day as my BIG POT plants were.
Finally last week I fed them a lot of chicken manure too, maybe even too much, so that may have contributed to the leaf speckles visible in these photos.
Also these ladies being out in the wild with the DEER, and exposed to lot more bugs didn't help any! Nevertheless they still are doing well, starting to outgrow the speckles and fill in with some tasty looking and cryp smelling Buds! These are the #Purple-PunchJack Patch Kids! Cheers!