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  1. GNick55

    Help my plants are wiltering

    it’s nothing to do with spraying the leaves.. which i never do anyways.. it’s fursarium wilt..
  2. GreenGalaxyFarm

    Help my plants are wiltering

    ...Nutritional Yeast, Soybean Meal, Humates, Evaporated Cane Juice (Sugar), Alfalfa Meal, Humic Acid with Potash, Rock Phosphate, Langbeinite, Greensand. from: anything on here that might have clogged the stomata ? not that i think its the issue havnt...
  3. hrtbrk3n

    Skunk Hunt/ General Old School Flavor Hunt 5 gallon buckets same promix bx blend and I build a soil build a flower for nutrients and mineralized basalt for micros.. occasionally greensand for silica/potassium but not necessary. Veg/seedling room is 100% led Flower room is using a combo of two Electric Sky 300s and Growers Choice...
  4. RootsRuler

    Can you reuse soil after a harvest?

    ...potting mix so that no surprises jump out at you midgrow. - 3 parts organic starter soil - 1 part perlite - 1 part worm castings - ½ cup greensand - ⅓ cup guano - ½ cup dolomite lime Mix it all up and soak it with water for a couple of days and let it run off and dry back this way the mix...
  5. B

    Weird yellow mark on leave

    I have used: GreenSand,Kelp/Bone/Blood meal, Oyster Shell I didn't used any epsom salts and gypsum... I have top dress at day 28 with 1 tbs/gallon 70% 4-4-4 and 30% 2-8-4. And at day 42 1 tbs/gallon 30% 4-4-4 and 70% 2-8-4. I used tap water (ldechlorinate for 24h) I start at 6.5 ph but saw...
  6. ayeob

    desperately In need of advice!

    i used ocean forest this time, i really liked it. i also added some earthworm castings in it. but yeah i’ve heard of general hydroponics before
  7. mrcrispy13

    Post your Organic Soil Mix

    ...each: Coco Coir, Earthworm castings, Vermiculite (Coarse #3!), Perlite (Medium sized) (Amendments) 2/3 cup each: Solution Grade Langeinite/Greensand, Super grade soluble Phosphate, Micronized Azomite Dust, Alfalfa Meal, Kelp Meal, Bat Guano, Seabird Guano, Activated Charcoal chunks, Dolomite...
  8. RootsRuler

    desperately In need of advice!

    ...Fiber, Peat Moss, Composted Forest Material, Pumice, Worm Castings, Bat Guano, Soybean Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Fishbone Meal, Kelp Meal, and Greensand. Also contains beneficial mycorrhizal fungi: Funneliformis mosseae, Rhizophagus intraradices, Septoglomus desertícola to enhance uptake of plant...
  9. Observationist

    Why organic nutrients do not work in coco

    Organic nutrients break down to the exact same elements that are synthetic nutrients. but using organic defeats the purpose of power feeding you’re coco plants for that sweet growth
  10. AmWeedwolf

    Why organic nutrients do not work in coco

    I'm having good success with coco and organic fertilizers. I think the key is adding CEC buffers like biochar, greensand, and compost/EWC (my mix is 10% combined biochar and EWC bv). Also coco seems to work best with slow release organic ferts like feather meal (for N) and granular minerals...
  11. PauliBhoy

    First organic soil grow help with down to earth nutrients

    ...need some good compost or worm castings, a calcium source that doesn't have Phos (like Gypsum), and a source of micronutrients like kelp, greensand, or rock dust. Top dress1/4 cup compost/EWC per gallon container every two weeks, and and either 1/2 tsp kelp every two weeks or 1 tsp rock...
  12. Dosifry

    Theyre first night out .i hope theyll be ok

    For four bales u need 1 gallon each of blood, bone and greensand and a pint and a half kelp meal don’t need much of this stuff and 1-2 bags cow manure or sheep etc. If you could bin your soul for a couple three weeks before planting time everything inside would have begun to activate. Still u...
  13. CannabiscoJ

    Opinions? Any Suggestions? Hopefully Help

    ...Ran a cycle of girls thru it & figured to amend it. Bought a bunny for free manure & he eats alot of alfalfa. So started adding that & greensand, zeolite & more ewc. Ran a cycle thru her. This last time I added Happy Frog soil to it & some more bunny money, ewc, crab meal, insect frass...
  14. TittiBear

    First organic soil grow help with down to earth nutrients

    Yeah so far have i have Bone Meal, Blood Meal, Bio live, langbeinite, and granular humic acids. This will be my first time so a little lost. Basically I wasn't sure when I should start adding what amendment and what else would be recommended to get to go with it. Thanks for the help as I truly...
  15. ezenzyme

    Light burn or deficiency progressing ?

    SO greensand will do pretty much nothing it need months to release. Fox farms is organic and salt weed can be bomb!! Want no salts? Pretty sure fish is the cheapest N per penny ATM. Thats what i rock, some kelp too..... I would water more frequently(daily possibly twice daily) and feed every...
  16. AmWeedwolf

    Would adding biochar to coco make it better able to hold dry organic nutrients on there?

    Biochar is definitely good for boosting your CEC. Other things to consider include compost, worm castings, and greensand or zeolite. I add them all to my mix. Just be aware that the soil CEC only holds cations that typically end in "ium" (calcium, ammonium, potassium, etc.) as well as heavy...
  17. Joe Grind

    Ontario, Canada, Outdoor Growers Thread

    My girl is loving the worm pooh and bat pooh tea. As well as greensand and volcanic rock dust. Organic all the way this year
  18. Teetering

    First Grow - Indoor, organic, and progress

    ...finally transferred into the final pots they are in now, 5 gallon. The recipe used bone meal, humic acid, FF happy frog, worm castings, greensand, bone mineral, kelp meal, dolomite lime, gypsum, perlite, blood meal, and epsom salts. I had run into some issues regarding fungus gnats, but...
  19. PauliBhoy

    Confirmed: I'm Screwed... Aren't I?

    ...Or half of each lol I use a crazy hot soil with 6+ months of nitrogen in it but it's got worm castings, biochar, compost,, and a bunch of greensand - all of which buffer the excess nitrogen by bonding with it in the ammonium stage of the nitrogen cycle, keeping nitrate levels pretty optimal...
  20. R

    Post your Organic Soil Mix

    WTH? "Let's slow it down. Let's slow it waaaaaay down"🤣
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