For those who re-use soil

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Anyone try using soil they rotated with turnips or radishes to use to grow cannabis. I grow vegetables and rotate them and haven't tried the soil on cannabis after harvesting turnips from it.
 
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I do veggies/herbs and cannabis indoor. The soil is usually so rich after I pull anything. Rich enough to roll into another transplant or sow into it immediately.

With that being said, I don't really like to cross cannabis soil and soil primarily used for vegetables so I do keep them separate unless they are grown in the same pot at the same time.

If you do this consider nematodes or some sort of protection for that soil.
 
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I do veggies/herbs and cannabis indoor. The soil is usually so rich after I pull anything. Rich enough to roll into another transplant or sow into it immediately.

With that being said, I don't really like to cross cannabis soil and soil primarily used for vegetables so I do keep them separate unless they are grown in the same pot at the same time.

If you do this consider nematodes or some sort of protection for that soil.
I also do indoor. I just didn't want to waste any soil if I didn't have to. I know cannabis can be hungry so I was thinking about putting it into rotation indoors and using the turnip soil in that rotation (I make some turnip dishes but I mostly use that for composting). I'm not new to growing but somewhat new to cannabis. Had my first harvest a couple weeks ago from seeds I got in a bag of cannabis I got.
 
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