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@adamk222 , what are you using for soil and fertilizer? I’m using Fox Farms Ocean Forest soil and perlite, about 3:1. Then just water PH’ed to 6-6.5 for the first few weeks. Been gradually introducing Fox Farms Grow Big and Big Bloom liquid fertilizers about twice a week.
Seems to be doing the trick. But those damn aphids are pain.
@pete2000 I used Kellogg all natural organic plus potting mix and have been fertilizing with alaska fish fertilizer.I have no idea what the ph is I had a ph tester but it has disappeared and more than likely one of my kids thought it looked cool and is probably lost in the woods with alot of my other tools!I live in zone 7b and Google says it gets down to 5°f-10°f and I know that's bullshit in the 40+ years I've lived un Georgia it's never gonna that low but it has snowed a few times so I know I cant put them in the ground.i dont have aphids but I do have fungus flies and the neem I use doesn't even effect them so I have nematodes on the way to kill their larvae and I'm using diatomaceous earth to kill the adults.
@adamk222 I’m using 2 tsp, 2 to 3 times a week. Also add a tablespoon of big bloom at same time. Just put her in a bigger pot with fresh soil and will start slowly adding an extra tsp in a few weeks.
I would suggest starting low and gradually increasing depending on how she looks. Good luck!