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    How many times should i put in new soil in marijuana cycle of life?

    How many times should i put in new soil in marijuana cycle of life?

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    2 to 3 teaspoons

    I use two to three teaspoons every other week

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    Soil can be used for 2 plants before swapping it out. And yes feed them often with either pellets or teas.

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    My soil NEVER gets reused by my cannabis plants. It gets thrown out in the regular garden, lawn, or other such area. You reuse at your own risk. Say hello insects.

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    Use bat guano to help get rid of insects and it fertilizes like a pimp. I am a caregiver so after a plant has been cut and removed, I cut out the main chunk of root ball about fist size, and pop a clone in the hole. The previous plants roots are already holding nutrients and help the new plant recover from transplant shock. But you dont have to believe me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadmagnet View Post
    My soil NEVER gets reused by my cannabis plants. It gets thrown out in the regular garden, lawn, or other such area. You reuse at your own risk. Say hello insects.
    yeah, i would always use new soil when growing indoors. And if you are asking if you should be changing your soil during the one grow cycle...then no, you don't need to change soil once transplanted from clone or cutting. You will have your clone or cutting in something small but once put into your main pot, you will not need to change soil. You dont want to stress the plant so much by repotting it all the time. good luck!
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