as for bigger container, i did experiment with Capsicum Chinense. it will look like this.
Well they certainly do look healthy, a bit lenky, but healthy looking none the less. For me, here is the difference between potting up to #1 pots at first set of true leaves, vs. leaving my extras/spares I leave in starter cells/trays.
Alright, time for a proper update! It's been a hot minute since the last one.
I have my watering dialed in to about every 4 days (about when they start wilting) with 5oz or so per plant for the larger plants. Still dealing with some edema. Even the smaller plants in the new Pro-Mix HP that only get about 3oz as needed, are getting some edema.
At this point, there is nothing else I can do to help it. At the 4 to 5 day mark the plants are literally shriveling up, so I can't water any less or wait any longer. My humidity stays around 30-33%. It is what it is.
I was bumping my ferts up every other watering. Initially I was at 5ml/gallon for the first month or so and over a few weeks gradually went up to 10ml/gallon. I think I have some fertilizer burn, so I backed it back down to 5ml/gallon now and I'll leave it there for a while yet, maybe push it to 7.5ml end of this month.
Man, I'm in Scottsdale, AZ for work this week. Got in to Phoenix late last night. I've been here a few times now and everytime I come back, I want to stay forever more and more! Lol. The weather here is beautiful, landscape is awesome.
I don't have very good pics, just standing outside the resort (Fairmont Princess), but I love this place.
It also could just be that it's 20f and snowing at home...
Hmm... I'm wondering if maybe the panda film or something else would be better since the curtain I have slides and I don't really have an option to have a door as the space is too small to have something swing open. Unless perhaps there is a material that has mylar attached to something flexible or some other reflective material that can fold without getting wrecked
Yeah I plan on eventually going to actual grown tent material with a door that zips open and I can roll up to the top like tent doors.
Also.. Is that mylar you used to make the chamber/tent-and if so does it take to folding? Was thinking of adding that as an interior backing to my shower curtain opening for mine if I can move it back and forth without fail. Also-those the #1 pots you were speaking of?
Yeah, that's mylar blankets stuck to cardboard with double sided tape to make it rigid. I used just mylar before taped to the frame, but it flops around in the wind from the fans creating noise and it rips if you look at it the wrong way. Now, with it stuck to the cardboard, no noise and no rips.
As far as folding, my door folds open and it's on there also, never had any issues.