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Old June 18, 2018   #9
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There are many environmental factors that will affect growth. Rain, very hot sun, wind, etc, etc. You will need to adjust for your situation. For example, sun scald in Texas, leave a few extra leaves, rain in Washington, don't water as heavy, etc.

You can adjust and still use any technique you wish in principle. You must experiment though to find the best way forward for your area, if you don't you will never know what that is.

Keep putting the water and food to them.

Enjoy, experimenting is fun.

Heh. From you're post, seems like you have it all d1aled in ;-)
All you need to do is make sure the water bill is paid on time and it's all gravy
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