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  • curtflirt2 1 year ago

    So soil, compost and Perlite

  • ANTZYT 1 year ago

    Hi ypu are my favorite and am learning a lot before I venture into it. have a question though. how do you know how much to water once u transplant in a pot ? for that matter how much water should I use ? as much as it starts to drain? Or how do I know the soil is moist enough for the plant that it should not rot due to excessive water. . Thanks for your posts it's awesome

  • deucedeuce22oz 1 year ago

    One thing I was wondering… With Aerogarden's (like the Aerogarden Ultra LED) it only has 30W LED lights (actual power), but grown some great plants. With just 30W of power you can grow 7-9 lettuce plants in about 5 weeks. I really didn't think that was possible. I thought much more power would be required. Is it possible to buy an LED light of similar power to grow lettuce just as well? I've been trying to read up on light spectrum as much as I can to see what works best (full spectrum), but I'm having trouble, because so many grow lights say "full spectrum" but only have 3-7 bands. I wish I knew what spectrum the Aerogarden Ultra LED system had, so I could try to find LED's with a similar spectrum that I know will work. I'd love to buy an Aerogarden Ultra LED, but can't afford one ($200.00 at the moment), so I've been trying to figure out the minimum needed to build a similar system. Then there's the grow lights that use separate colored lights and others that are supposed to be better that use white LED's that are usually 4500K to 6000K and are supposed to be closer to natural sunlight. I was thinking about getting one with white LED's if I could find one I could afford, but they don't all have the same light spectrum either. (Some may be "high CRI" and some may not be… and not all high CRI LED's are equal, just like regular LED grow lights). It's just so damn complicated.

  • deucedeuce22oz 1 year ago

    I never transplanted plants nearly that big.. but I have had great success transplanting plants with little to no transplant shock at all. I use "Sonic Bloom" whistling music to grow by CD and spray the plants with water often, so the leaves take it in while the roots are adjusting. It greatly lessens the stress on the plant. Humidity tents are amazing too. I once tried to clone blackberry plants once… I put them in a humidity tent that I made out of plastic (thin/cheap painters plastic for larger ones or a grocery bag for a small setup) for 3 weeks and they looked very healthy and amazing the entire time, so I removed the tent and they all died, because they didn't have any roots at all. The humidity tent kept them going by giving the plant water through its leaves. I suppose foliar feeding might help in a transplanting situation too. Also, I would never recommend feeding soil plants with hydroponic nutrients, but I've seen people do it when transplanting from a hydroponic setup to soil and they were very successful. Another important thing (I think you already know) is to adjust the plants to sunlight if grown indoors, because too much sunlight will easily kill them if they've been grown indoors or under LED/CFL lights their whole lives. That will (usually) cause the plants to shed their leaves too.

  • Kiran Adil 1 year ago

    after transplanting plant into soil what kind of fertilizer should we use? can we use hydropronic nutrients water in that?

  • Steve Kent 1 year ago

    Khang, since your hydro plant had loads of leaves and was in a moisture rich environment, I reckon you may have had better results if you treat the hydro plant like you treat cuttings e.g. Keep cuttings in a moist environment and remove some leaves to reduce loss of water through leaf perspiration and reduce the work the stem needs to so it doesn't have to suck up so much water.

    If you think about it you did as much as you could to increase loss of water via perspiration by putting the plant outside which increases the rate of perspiration. The plant shred leaves because it can't suck up water faster than it's losing water via leaf perspiration during the transplant adaptation stage.

    Next time you try this, put a poly bag around the plant to maintain a moist environment to keep the leaves happy and perhaps trim the plant so the plant can put more energy into developing a root structure for it's new soil medium rather than working overtime trying to pump water to the leaves.

    As far as the flower is concerned, I'm second guessing the plant has produced a flower because it's stressed and is going to seed.

  • noel leonard 1 year ago

    Hello Khang, have learned a lot from watching your videos, always lots of great information. I'm growing 8 different varieties of sweet peppers in kratky containers with masterblend, and been doing good for the most part. Im starting to get some edema on some of the leaves, some varieties are effected more than others, thinking about pulling the sweet Hungarian due to it is the worst, have one in a peat mix that is doing the same thing. Have a fan on them and the humidity has been below 50%. Not a lot I can do as to dry them out or anything due to them being kratky, any tips you could offer would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

  • HIGH GRADE 1 year ago

    should have fed them hydro nuts and taken all the leaves off first

  • A Yoshi 1 year ago

    Have you tried transplanting soft plants like herbs from hydro to soil? I've tried that with Italian, Thai and Holy basils without success. Any suggestions?

  • Norval Kelly 1 year ago

    how are you. can i get some hot pepper seed

  • Laurie Kilborn 1 year ago

    Just a question when transplanting from hydroponics to soil. Is it any advantage to the plant before you transplant it, to prune it a bit before you put it into the soil, or would it be a very traumatic to the plant?

  • curtflirt2 1 year ago

    Can we get an update on this soon?? Thanks

  • Debra George 1 year ago

    +Khang Starr you are my hero. I was wondering about this. I have about 8 peppers in my aero… thinking I'm going to move out 6 of them while they are young and let 2 stay and get big. Thanks a bunch.

  • siccs7 1 year ago

    Thanks Khang, got some tops I've been rooting in water looking to transfer to soil and this video gave me alot of helpful info.

  • Dustin M 1 year ago

    thanks for the post!

  • BackTo Basics 1 year ago

    Nice tip about reducing the water in the aerogarden, I'm going to have to try that. I haven't had a successful hydro-to-soil transition yet.

  • St. Rain 1 year ago

    congrats on growing another 5k subscribers since your seed give away. we need more people appreciating peppers.

  • Luke Holifield 1 year ago

    what are your favourite chillies to grow? maybe an idea for a video ? this is my first year growing anything, you are great 🙂

  • Beekeeper 1 year ago

    great video