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    Size container? for 1 out door plant

    Hello my fellow friends new guy 2 nd out door Garden. What size pot should i use how many inches in diameter? For say AK-47 and Bubba Khush?Thanking you inadvance
    Dennis


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      #3
      A milk crate with a fabric lining is a descent size.
      completed 7 grows
      what I have learned so far:
      environment maters more than nutrients
      at least a dab of nutrients in every watering
      effective flushing before harvest is critical to quality

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        #4
        I dig holes 2ft by 2ft 1 ft deep, pile dirt removed around side of hole to make it lil taller. Fill with potting soil, it's good for 5x4 bush. Last year for security I did 1x1x1 holes and some Lst. I did get a couple 10gal fabric pots .

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        • Jibblerjoe
          Jibblerjoe commented
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          Bigger holes make for bigger plants.

        • Jibblerjoe
          Jibblerjoe commented
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          I saw where they set fabric pots down in a hole, like 6to 8 inches deep, once root ball got full , they spread out into to ground for more room.

        #5
        I use pots for growing outdoors. For a 1 pound plant I recommend at least 30 gallon pot. I just dug out a 50 and it was completely filled with roots.

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