New,Gwan the keeper of the trees...available soon.
I bet its tasty as.
Can you post a link here for those of us who still can figure out forum searches lolGave my plants horsetail f.p.j. And looks like some of them got too hot. My thai plants clawed, and my fire o.g's and my iranian x Turkish. Just those. Everybody else was fine, and amnesia haze and quantum kush seems to like it! Oh, getting to know you.....do,do,do doo,do Pics on "no till regenerative"
Dont really understand. I have a forum here called "no till regenerative" have the pics of each plant. Worried for the thai plants. Not sure their gonna make it.Can you post a link here for those of us who still can figure out forum searches lol
I hope that you are still around!So hopefully there is not a thread already going but I wanted to start something for people to share info on "Natural Farming" practices, recipes, and general "know how" so more people can see how easy (and I think fun) it is to give back to mother earth while at the same time saving money and growing some insanely amazing completely natural organic buds. If your not familiar with Master Cho and his book Cho's Global Natural Farming then you need to go get that shit pronto bc it is the JAM!! He lays everything out in such an easy way anybody can do it! Okay so I'll just open the floor up to questions, comments, and any input at all!
did you make the tea from fresh horsetail or dried? I can see the fresh stuff being too strong.Make sure to TASTE YOUR PLANT JUICE before you put it on. I just made a horsetail f.p.j. and didn't know how strong it was. It burned three landrace plants. The hybrids are still good, but feeling pretty somber for the losses.
EM = Endomycorrhizae? If so it doesn't make any sense.I just read a article on how sauerkraut juice had comparable effects to EM, makes sense right? EM is mostly anaerobic microbes, and the whole concept behind kraut(or any lactic bacteria fermentation) is that by dropping the PH you create a anaerobic, very low PH environment where only lactic bacteria thrive. Cooking up some EM? Using molasses drops the crap out of your PH, limiting the microbes that can grow, we dont use aireation for that product its fermented, limiting what can grow in there even more.
So does it actually do anything measurable for your plants?Effectieve Microorganisms Chos proprietary blend