Don’t beat yourself up too hard, look at it as a learning experience, a mistake that you will never repeat!
Definitely have been looking at it this way. And I'm definitely happy I decided to try at it instead of taking a whole extra year to learn. Decided to learn trial by fire while also researching more.Don’t beat yourself up too hard, look at it as a learning experience, a mistake that you will never repeat!
I don't know why I would think that should be MB 420? But you know I'm also not sure if MB stands for Mister bong? Maybe he does a 120 before taking each hit and complete a full 360 in three hits? 1/3 turn on each hit and he's wasted after 3 glorious hits , well maybe not wasted but that's when he decides if what he is smoking is any good:-)Relax, you used a good buffer with ~20% worm castings and vermiculite (EACH!) and that also adds good soil biology. Humus and clay (vermiculite) are badass buffers. I think you'll be fine.
If anything you went overboard on the buffers - just the worm castings is probably all that was needed. 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 throughout the grow.
I'm guessing this is some super soil recipe they read online? At least mb120 is trying to grow organically
Kowabunga dude oh, I have always said and still do say. The day you stop learning, is the day you die! Seriously keep learning man . There's really not that much else in life except for enjoying what you learn! And being able to teach others the same...Definitely have been looking at it this way. And I'm definitely happy I decided to try at it instead of taking a whole extra year to learn. Decided to learn trial by fire while also researching more.
As I've said to others, anyone who might have suggested readings, I would be greatly appreciative.