Who said lynch lol. To each their own..I just been off the bottled stuff for quite awhile. Now somebody get a rope lolFlora Bloom is actually pretty good in terms of a partially synthetic fertilizer. It's low NPK, so it's not going to kill microbes, and it stains so badly because of its humic acid content. I feel it can be used in a 'best practices' style.
You can lynch me now.
I guess I am asking if ANYBODY has soil tests. Other than just listing ingredients and posting it works for them? I keep saying it, but this thread is lacking science.What soil mix are you referring to? Mine? No there is not, but the ease of mine is no cook time
I got some soil tests done.I guess I am asking if ANYBODY has soil tests. Other than just listing ingredients and posting it works for them? I keep saying it, but this thread is lacking science.
That is what happens when someone does not want to test the soil or amending or mixing your own. Neither are as good as what someone can mix on there own. Or take a base mix and amend it.Both of those soils are just ok huh? Vermifire being clearly better. Glad I never went with sanctuary soil.
I'll post up some fresh results for fun.
I have noticed this as well @leadsled. Do you think the recipe is a secret from Grass Valley, because when I tested the soil it came out perfect IMO. I have been trying to recreate the mix myself, but the tests come out way off.
I have been considering another route for my 40 yards needed this season. I was thinking of just ordering 40 yards of 33% pumice, 33% peat, 15% ewc and 18% diesel compost. Getting that tested at Logan Labs, then send those over to Michael Astera and have him send me what I need. I am tired of crappy soil, I want a Ferrari.