Legion Of Living Organic Soil

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OldSmokie76

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Mycelium. The nutrient super highway. That's magical stuff. That's basically telling you its cooked and ready for planting. Its thriving with life.
I have a few girls settling in right now. Some fresh clones and some older root bound clones which rebounded within a week of being in this mix. Plus, I dropped a reveg into this mix. Good stuff watching plants loving fresh soil.
 
CrimsonEcho

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@jumpincactus I believe you were explaining your soil mix and the development of the microorganisms on another thread. If I'm correct, it was a thread where you showed the soil with the web like formation of beneficial fungi. I recently mixed and cooked a batch. Opened the bag a month later and I noticed some white fuzz. Think I'm on the right path. I believe I'm gonna set up half of my tent in a tub of LOS.
Hmmmm this looks amazing!
Here are mine, getting only water with a mini drip irrigation system. Every 2 days for 6 mins, which gives around 2 liter of water per plant.
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They got 3 teas while vegging and thats the only input they had, also fed once with fish mix and alg-a mic from biobizz cause when i was away for 10 days they had a growth spurt. These 2 photos are 12 days apart.
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This is my 4th growth and first one with using only water, seems good for now. Smell is amazing by the way and they are dripping with resin.
 
OldSmokie76

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You can either give me your recipe and inputs or link me to a place where its posted. How often do you feed compost rea and what's your method?
Soil base:
2 cu ft bag of FFHF
2 gal mushroom compost
2 gal humus and cow manure
5 gal perlite

Amendments:
3 c blood meal
3 c bone meal
2 c kelp meal
2 c Dr Earth apf
2 c bat guano (high p)
1 c epsom salt
2 c garden lime
1 c mykos
3 c azomite

This is my final container mix. It's sorta a super soil mix I place in the bottom of containers and backfill with straight FFHF/ perlite mix. I started using HF for a 30 day veg period before final container with this mix. As this is first run using this mix, I've yet to see the actual results. I have yet to use any teas, but have the brewer and ready to add some good juices throughout the grow. Any recipes would be greatly appreciated.
 
OldSmokie76

OldSmokie76

My intentions were never LOS but I was considering using this mix to develop a large container in my flower tent dedicated to a no till LOS. Question.... Currently I am transplanting throughout the plants growth. I'm assuming this is not considered no till. Is there soil mix even considered LOS if I'm transplanting?
 
Organikz

Organikz

Soil base:
2 cu ft bag of FFHF
2 gal mushroom compost
2 gal humus and cow manure
5 gal perlite

Amendments:
3 c blood meal
3 c bone meal
2 c kelp meal
2 c Dr Earth apf
2 c bat guano (high p)
1 c epsom salt
2 c garden lime
1 c mykos
3 c azomite

This is my final container mix. It's sorta a super soil mix I place in the bottom of containers and backfill with straight FFHF/ perlite mix. I started using HF for a 30 day veg period before final container with this mix. As this is first run using this mix, I've yet to see the actual results. I have yet to use any teas, but have the brewer and ready to add some good juices throughout the grow. Any recipes would be greatly appreciated.
That may come out a little hot. I would test it with a tomato plant. I would add 1.5g ot peat moss to the recipe.
 
Organikz

Organikz

My intentions were never LOS but I was considering using this mix to develop a large container in my flower tent dedicated to a no till LOS. Question.... Currently I am transplanting throughout the plants growth. I'm assuming this is not considered no till. Is there soil mix even considered LOS if I'm transplanting?
Yes we transplant in LOS. As long as you have a designated "final container". I do starts in a solo cup if I dont have a lot of seeds to do direct sowing.
 
jumpincactus

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@jumpincactus I believe you were explaining your soil mix and the development of the microorganisms on another thread. If I'm correct, it was a thread where you showed the soil with the web like formation of beneficial fungi. I recently mixed and cooked a batch. Opened the bag a month later and I noticed some white fuzz. Think I'm on the right path. I believe I'm gonna set up half of my tent in a tub of LOS.
that white fuzzy is good stuff man. You are on the right path.
 
jumpincactus

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