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Some were taken by a dif camera and diff hands, but got some good shots of below-the-canopy bud formation. Maybe some slight yellowing, a little Nitrogen could be the fix.
Given that they've received no extra nutrients so far, and are grown in what started as a 50/50 mix of local pure red clay and straight peat moss, mixed with roughly 15% perlite, and then had poppies growing in it for 3 years, then got a little fresh peat moss and 3/4 bag of Ocean Forest, they're doing goddamn amazing.
I definitely want to feed them SOME during flowering, but have no nutes. Am considering just neutralizing some potassium hydroxide with phosphoric acid to get potassium phosphatemlm, diluting that down to a 1%-3% solution, and watering with said solution to give some P and K.
For size reference, thats a 20oz coke bottle, pack of 100s, and the tan camper is roughly 8ft across.
Edit: Forgot to add, that screen isn't really for training purposes, but only to serve as another boundary/layer against any animals and brave souls with sticky fingers. One more thing to make it harder to make a fast grab silently.