Looking good man.
Your smaller containers look very neat.
How are the older tomato plants fairing?
What's the average temperature in house right now?
My house is at 60 from 730am to 530pm.. 70 after that until 930 PM.
The grow tent is actually humid and very warm so the plants are thriving.
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My house is naturally on the warmer side, since I live in South Florida, and my family apparently doesn't believe in keeping the air temperature below 78F XD. LOL.
My older tomato plants are doing well.... outside. I transplanted them all outside because they looked to be developing bumps all over the stem and looked a bit sickly. Probably my fault, but they seemed to have taken well in the transition. One of the store bought plants even has a tomato growing. Now the question is: how soon do the whiteflies destroy them. I might be able to stall that a bit with a craft mixture of Diamond Nectar and Armor Si. Armor Si is supposed to increase a plants resistance to stress and what not. I had a knowledgeable farmer tell me that the only way to really combat them is the taboo way- with Imidacloprid. Which I was hoping to avoid using, since mixing pesticides in the proper concentration has never been my strong point. And Imidacloprid has a 45 day waiting period from application to useable fruit. Any fruit before that should be thrown out.
The indoor units now house my peppers and the pumpkins. I also have a variety of flowers in seed trays I intend to plant in the yard.
I'm in conversation with a technician at General Hydroponics to see if he can advise on his products and how I am mixing them versus what he recommends.
Edited by keybrdkid, 29 January 2018 - 06:37 PM.