Homesteader's rabbit powered indoor grow

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Still seeing no deficiencies in terms of calcium. I haven't fed anything since it began flowering and won't other than water.
The greenhouse is almost set. Using all the bunny droppings from winter and added a bag of peat. The soil should be rich and ready. Going to grow 4 large ones in the greenhouse under a trellis.
 
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Jimbo9414

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Interesting topic, thanks for sharing. I’m a retired commercial organic grower out of California. We had a meat rabbit “factory” down the way from us, apparently rabbit meat is huge among the Asian community, and they were happy to give it away. Even delivered dump truck loads for free. Their rabbit enclosures had a screen bottom so all waste and urine would fall into a trough that would be moved by a machine into a pile. We used it in our initial plantings, top dressing and teas with great success. Happy growing to ya!
 
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I started using rabbit poo from my kids rabbit recently. I just top dress a little every week. Seems to do the job and keep the soil alive and happy with zero downside. Free organic fertilizer is always the best.
 
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Planted the outdoors two nights ago and they survived last nights cold. Built the beds and scrog frame. The beds are heavy in rabbit dropping but mixed 3.8l peat and a few handful of gypsum
 
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