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Fish In A Barrel.

Discussion in 'Nutrients and Fertilizers' started by Jabsaw, Jun 10, 2018.

  1. Jabsaw

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    Ok, so I was talking to an old timer the other day about ferts and we got on the subject of fishing and he just throws his carcasses in a barrel and fills with water let's it sit and draws from the bottom. When gets low just adds more water and just keeps cycling fish in. Any thoughts? I thought it would be hot he says no just dilute with more water and viola.
     
  2. NHWhites

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    I think that’s essentially was the fish hydrosulate is, like Alaska Fish fert
     
  3. jumpincactus

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    same sort of concept that indigenous peoples used by putting fish carcasses in the soil around their corn and other crops. great source or organic nutrients.
     
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  4. Jabsaw

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    No kidding, I was talking to him about natural inputs and FAA and the process etc... When he just threw that out there. Ok so now I'm thinking can I take that mixture just add molasses and some LAB, and let it go for a few weeks with the same results. Opposed to adding the solids from the start
     
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  5. Jabsaw

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    Or skip the whole FAA process all together and just fly that route in the future?
     
  6. G gnome

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    Thats gonna stink to high hell
     
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  7. Jabsaw

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    I concur.
     
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  8. Yeah, not even close to worth it. I’m sure it would work, but I’ll stick with the bottled stuff. I don’t feel like gagging every time I walk in my grow room. I just want the lovely smell of dank!
     
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