Organic outdoor 2020!

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shaganja

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Enzyme again very sorry for the argument. I will no longer engage. We're having some nice rain today in Michigan guys and girls! A very happy day for the cannabis! Have a happy day!
 
4SkateMafia20

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View attachment 959084 View attachment 959086 View attachment 959088 and these are just my lat season joints. All synthetic and all fire. So all that stuff u talk about salts and ur plants getting mold or mildew is incorrect. There are many ways to skin a cat dont donit the harder more expensive and old fashion way.
thats so awesome...im using chems and its so easy,create feeding schedule,adjust ph,feed to runoff boom no build up etc.imo chems get slack because guys over nute from day one,dont feed to run off/dont flush etc...
 
ezenzyme

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Hello everyone, sorry about the lag in posting, i have just been super busy. Everyone is lookin amazing, got good bush-a-facation happening in at least half em' the 600 is almost as big as the pot, we put a six by six cage around her and she has almost filled it up. Now letting everyone go, after how intense the training was for the last month now i think i will let them go, for the most part. Feeding tons of crazy crap to them, my brewer is a constant gurgling science experiment. They have now eaten all the food in the soil and have popped their first yellow leaf. Time to rock a ton of fish hyrdolosate. This organic way of growing is extremely hard, and has taken me three full seasons to understand it. Piff is right, theres a reason why salts are the dominating nutrients used in this industry; for the ease of use and great results. Growing organically is a ton of work, and its easy to miss the larger picture of what is happening in your soil and with your plants, and for someone with little to no actual gardening experience its a rather steep hill. I digress, and agian why not start your own thread about "organic vs synthetic"? Armed with the best kind of knowledge from the greatest teacher of all;..experience its working out very well. Finally!!! Were seeing growth of 7-14in a week different plants different growth. its pretty crazy i have never had such crazy rapid growth.

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ezenzyme

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oh yeah, these photos are about two weeks old ATM they are a ton larger with huge trellsing going up now.
 
shaganja

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Haven't done it yet, but have many fish markets around. Did you fish + sugar?
 
ezenzyme

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Haven't done it yet, but have many fish markets around. Did you fish + sugar?

Nope just straight Neptunes Harvest. Lol fish markets close by? are you planning on making your own fish juice? sounds pretty nasty
 
4SkateMafia20

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oh yeah, these photos are about two weeks old ATM they are a ton larger with huge trellsing going up now.
Do you use supplemental lighting aswel to keep them vegging?Looking really good btw
 
ezenzyme

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Do you use supplemental lighting aswel to keep them vegging?Looking really good btw

I personally run supplemental lighting until i am ready for flower. Had tons of issues with shocking into flower, running lights is a guarantee that no funk happens. Three bulbs for my 20x40 does the trick
 
shaganja

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Make sure to taste your f.p.j. before you give it to your plants. I made some strong horsetail f.p.j. and I ended up burning three landrace plants. The hybrids looked rough, but are making it.
 
ezenzyme

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sorry for the lag y'all so lets get into it. Air pump went out right in the first week of transition, so we switched to only scratch in and water soluble nutes. Still not a single salt or chemically extracted nute put on our plants. Balanced the NPK for about two weeks and then blasted em hard with phos, got them some earth juice bloom, lots of molasses, crab, sea bird, bat, lengbeninite, lots of alfalfa, some protein crumbles with the humic crumbles from the homes in NM and the one shot from Oregon(which i think is the same thing just mixed), compost, insect frass, some silica this time from montana the volcanic duff. SST's weekly. Keep it simple stupid~ Looks kick ass, the 8 ft spacing crowding my hoop house and shading out the sides, with no walk way what so ever NEVER AGAIN!!! i want 12ft from the outside of the pot from here on out.
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