(Watering) There has to be a better way...
If you're using containers, I'd really be interested in how you maintain your watering routine.
At first it wasn't a problem for me when the peppers were small, but now that they've grown - even the 5gal buckets are getting dry within a few days. As the days get warmer, I am well aware that this will become worse.
As of now I mix up 6 quarts for each bucket (w fert, cal, mag, and every so often BT), and water all plants individually. This has become quite the undertaking as of lately though. It started as once every 2 weeks, then down to once a week, and now they need water every 4 days or so. I've cut down drastically on all the amendments to the waterings - as for the added frequency. Pretty soon I can see these things needing water nearly every day though with their size (in combination with the heat).
Adding plain hose water isn't really the problem, it's the time consuming part of concocting the perfect cocktail for them. I've pondered the idea of the hose feeding system (ie MG feeder ) but worried of inconsistencies.
Really just wondering how y'all go about the task, I could sure use some new ideas.