This week we talk about Liebig’s Law of the Minimum, and what it means for gardeners. Understanding how a scarcity of resources effects your garden can help you to better understand plant nutrition and to better understand the bottlenecks limiting the potential of your grow.
This week we talk about why its important to grow an even canopy in your indoor garden, and I share good and bad canopy examples from my grow. We also touch on some methods to achieve an even canopy, like topping, training, and scrog nets.
When someone dies, medical examiners will often do a “post- mortem” to determine the cause of death.Experts will examine the body to try to determine what went wrong. When something goes wrong in your grow, you should do a post mortem too!Think about what led to the problem, and what you could have done to avoid it. But what if we could anticipate those problems BEFORE they negatively effect your garden?What if we could look ahead into the future and predict those problems before they even start?Well to some extent, you can!