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Old 05-19-2022, 10:18 AM
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howdy,

just a quick thought: we usse similar media to the stuff you are mixing. we were told to soak the bark for a couple days before using it to help with the water retention issue.

might give it a try to jut not hae to water every day for a week. but honestly, wer never did that anyway! also, with this similar medium we water once a week by the soaking method.
thank you that's good to know. I did soak the medium before repotting but I've also been watering more frequently since they have seemed dry. Ultimately I would like to do a 1-2 times/week water but it will depend on how they react under my HPS light, which is somewhat hot.

How long do you soak for your watering?
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thank you that's good to know. I did soak the medium before repotting but I've also been watering more frequently since they have seemed dry. Ultimately I would like to do a 1-2 times/week water but it will depend on how they react under my HPS light, which is somewhat hot.

How long do you soak for your watering?
right on. usually anywhere from 15-30 minutes depending on how hung over i am
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