Any info about KNF (Korean natural farming)

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BillFarthing

BillFarthing

I can't tell from the lighting, but are your leaves a little dark? You may want to do straight water between feedings.

As far as inputs, fermented cannabis leaves for veg, cannabis stalks/roots and comfrey for flower. You can throw in a compost tea and keep your garden hyper-local.
 
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hawkman

have heard much about Korean "growing" seem like it would be great stuff but the making of oulc be a bit hard. folks are using Super soil of korean farming Continental Carbonoic is what ? (stuff for korean ?)
 
Varsityredz

Varsityredz

I can't tell from the lighting, but are your leaves a little dark? You may want to do straight water between feedings.

As far as inputs, fermented cannabis leaves for veg, cannabis stalks/roots and comfrey for flower. You can throw in a compost tea and keep your garden hyper-local.
They are nice and green color is great just the lighting will put more pictures up in a second
 
oldskol4evr

oldskol4evr

those 2 link should hook you right up,the only thing that really cost any money is the OHN it takes quite a bit alchol to make it,goes a long way though,as far as the super soil thought goes,no need this is really good feeding program and all of it is great feed,the feed schedule calls for ocean water,but sea salt can do same thing,i made most of my fed from my veggie garden ,just remember to take the new tops of which ever plant you want to ferment,all the nutes are stored in the fresh new growth and take the growth before sun up.
 
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Burned Haze

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Cool videos and awesome information ! Thanks

I don’t think it’s knf but I do em1 , the sci who founded that was from japan I think ( been making it for my compost and my plants weekly for a few years and they seem to love it)
 
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I’ve been using KNF methods for a few months and the results have been great! currently we are feeding FPJ+LAB with a drop of molasses as a tea blend for foliar and soil feeding. (I’ll post the ratios later) we are also watering between feeds with water that has been stood for a few hours to less any chlorine. Both have seemed to really help with Soil fertility.

Using KNF methods have been incredible as helping growth in veg. And I’m really looking forward to seeing what results I can get this time round.

We are currently in 1 200gal living soil, no till bed. With 1 600w gravita pro, growing 5 Chemdog 91 and 1 Jack Herer. All regs. Them Chemdog 91 are cuts I’ve taken from pheno hunting some seeds a year and a half ago. The Jack was bred by a friend who accidentally pollinated his crop last run.

I have two jacks currently. The one in veg has been throwing out trichs since week one yet doesn’t have the vigour of the other. Hence why she’s in flower. ( will take cuts if she’s any good)

when I post the ratios I’ll do a new photo as I’m now on week 10 days into flower!
 
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