To put it bluntly....I still think your plan blows. You can't just grow them indoors and then stick them strait outdoors into full sunlight which is twice as powerful as any indoor light and expect them to grow.
You need nutrients for your plants to fully bud. Idk what grow you were looking at that doesn't use nutrients...obviously not a very good one. pH doesn't mean shit if you don't have enough nutrients. So you would go through the trouble of catching some runoff and then testing that pH...but you wont take the time to buy or amend your soil with nutrients?
Oh yeah...don't use miracle grow...especially with that moisture control. Come on dude if you would of read for like two minutes you would see how many other products there are superior to MG.
So like I said...rethink your plan. Because as of now with your perspective...you wont make it to harvest...guaranteed.
Well, miracle grow is the only thing available around here. None of the suggested ones in the tutorials / guides are sold here, so that's all I really have.
Anyway, I'm not sure what to do at this point - everybody keeps saying something different. A bunch of people were saying that miracle grow sucks and saying not to use it, then a few threads down the road, people are saying that it works and that those people opposing it don't know what they're talking about - so I'm not really sure but I'd rather use miracle grow than nothing. Also, if you could elaborate on why it's bad, that'd be great.
Anyway, as for my plan, if you think it sucks then what do you think I should do?
Edit: I did some reading on nutrients and yea, you're right, I had no idea what I was thinking lol. I thought that that was all in the soil and I didn't have to do anything. Anyway, I still have limited choices, here's basically what I have to choose from: http://www.homehardw...N-ntlmy/Ne-lrq8
Should I grab separate mixes of peat moss, worm castings and so fourth and then mix them myself (following some of the mix suggestions in the tutorials http://forum.grassci...grow-guide.html
) or just get an already prepared one? Thanks for the response btw.
Edited by mushr00ms, 28 January 2012 - 03:08 AM.