Living organics

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Greeneyesseeclearer
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Living organics

Postby Greeneyesseeclearer » Sat Dec 09, 2017 3:28 pm

Hey for the few on here. Lol I was debating on a light, seeds, or soil. Found a new shop sorta close...50 miles but they had all the shit I needed to start no till, living organics, whatever. The plants just seem to look so healthy. Plus I like the idea of just water. I'm just gonna top dress. Maybe teas, I dk. Any way I'm basically following coots mix with some extra stuff. I I tried to use as much different stuff but keep ratios the same. In thirds more or less. So I got a bale of peat moss 3.8 cu ft.
1 cubic ft. Premium bio char
1 cubic ft. Roots organics worm castings sale 1/2 off!
1 cubic ft black gold compost blend
.5 cubic ft general organics aincient forest
I have a small bag of commercial castings I'll add too.
2 cubic ft rice hulls
25 l hydrogen
Ten or so lbs. Of grow stones.
That's for the base. It's supposed to be 1/3 each...peat,compost,aeration. I just wanted variety. Really just winged it.

For amendments it's like 1/2 cup per cubic ft I think. You'll have to look up the recipe to be sure. But I got kelp meal, shrimp meal, neem seed meal, fish bone meal, and alfalfa meal. I got a couple extras I think, again just for variety. The recipe I had gone off was a bit different, I figure it's like a personal recipe kinda deal. Lol.

And for trace minerals it's 4 cups per cubic ft I think, again you'll have to check. I'll have to check. Any way I got langbenite, oyster shell, and azomite. I know this ain't exact or any thi g I'm just gonna mix to the ratios the coot recipe goes. And I also got some mykos I'll add upon mixing and for transplants etc...
I'll mix it up hopefully pretty soon and let it cook for about a month. I got a fifteen gallon pot that will fit perfect in my 2x2, and I'll plan on starting there. I'll a cover crop, worms for sure, water with aloe and coconut water, I know there are some teas that people use but I'm really going for simple here. So id have to get motivated. More or less top dressing, composting, I dk. I'm fucking pumped! I'm really inspired by brownguy420. His videos got me into no till and I really like the idea of sustainability and truly being organic. Currently I just use happy frog soil, mixed with extra perlite. For flower I just amended the very bottom of my pot with a good dose of Peruvian sea bird guano. I was using mixes of various bat guano but I didn't like the way they are harvested. Getting seabird shit doesn't harm them I guess plus it's pretty damn balanced. 11-10-3 or some shit. Any way again I like easy so the idea of just us in one thing = easy. I also use a shot of molasses once a week. The guano is high in N though but it was fine until I couldn't get general organics cal mag such I need, again an annoyance. Especially wanting to be as organic as possible, well that regular stiff has a 1-0-0, so it's not n than I need. Why my leaves claw a bit in my photos. Any way, just having to transplant and the way my veg is I just want to switch it up, completely go organic, I know my plants can perform better. Plus make my life easier. That's my goal. I'm excited to transform my garden and share with y'all.

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Re: Living organics

Postby Greeneyesseeclearer » Sat Dec 09, 2017 3:31 pm

:mrgreen:
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Re: Living organics

Postby nanneygoat » Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:18 pm

Your ready now. You got all kinds of goodies!!!
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Abishai
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Re: Living organics

Postby Abishai » Sun Dec 10, 2017 6:09 am

Nice green! I hit a nice groove with my hydro set up so I am afraid to switch it up. One of the main reasons I poke around on these threads is to see other styles of growing and to soak in knowledge. One of the reasons I enjoy NV's content is because he shows many different techniques and how they work / or don't work in certain situations. This summer I plan on an outdoor organic grow so I'll be keeping an eye on many organic grows to get a feel for it. Good Luck! I hope you find what you're looking for with the soil.
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Re: Living organics

Postby Drewstamatic » Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:04 am

A great new perspective for me Greeneyes....never did the organic grow thing except outside...have you been using this method only? I am always concerned about not having enough control...i am interested to learn more...looking forward to your threead.

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Re: Living organics

Postby Greeneyesseeclearer » Tue Dec 12, 2017 7:38 pm

Abishai wrote:Nice green! I hit a nice groove with my hydro set up so I am afraid to switch it up. One of the main reasons I poke around on these threads is to see other styles of growing and to soak in knowledge. One of the reasons I enjoy NV's content is because he shows many different techniques and how they work / or don't work in certain situations. This summer I plan on an outdoor organic grow so I'll be keeping an eye on many organic grows to get a feel for it. Good Luck! I hope you find whsat you're looking for with the soil.


I do the same. I really enjoy checking people's setups and methods out. It's a great way to incorporate things that create your own style ya know.
Drewstamatic wrote:A great new perspective for me Greeneyes....never did the organic grow thing except outside...have you been using this method only? I am always concerned about not having enough control...i am interested to learn more...looking forward to your threead.


I've done bottled organic in soilless at first. It was fine, just not for my situation. Plus I didn't like buying more nutrients. I was nervous at first but I figured it out. This no till is where it's at. For organics any way.

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Re: Living organics

Postby Greeneyesseeclearer » Wed Feb 07, 2018 8:23 pm

Alright y'all. I'm still in the process of switching every thi g over but so far I have a cheeseberry rock in in the 2x2 I a 15 gallon smart pot. It's been about a week and a half and she has adjusted nicely. Cover crop is In full effect, and I even gave so.e lonely worms a sweet ass crib. I had a giant kush mom that I chopped up and munched with. So far I'm happy. Very. Just sprayed with neem for the week for the pics...
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Greeneyesseeclearer
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Re: Living organics

Postby Greeneyesseeclearer » Wed Feb 07, 2018 8:24 pm

Veg...
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Re: Living organics

Postby Abishai » Thu Feb 08, 2018 6:28 am

Good luck on the switch over! I'm sticking hydro for the most part... for now :D
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Re: Living organics

Postby Greeneyesseeclearer » Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:55 pm

Alright y'all...its been a minute. Got a lil spooked from a post a while back. Any way,back at it. I'm loving this no till. Only problem has been fungus gnats. Its not horrible by any means, just annoying. My mothers are doing great, ive got clones of my kush, cheesberry and wildcat along with another that came from some purple pineberry that I grew that seeded. Not sure what this will bring, but well see! I. The 2x2 I'm rocking the cheese berry still at about week three I think. I dont really count any more, I can just tell. ;) and the 2x3 is getting chopped tomorrow so I can start my little eco system in there. I found a gel pot with dimension 36" x 16" x 14". It will fit perfect. Other wise I would have run two 15 gallon pots. Also the wife found a seed in one of the cheese berry buds that was in the tent with the wildcat. She may have pollinated herself as I let her go like 11 weeks and she threw some banners, but so did the wild cat. It looks as though its a cross so far in veg but well see. I have one of "it" cloned but havent confirmed sex. Its probably a female or maybe bit time will tell. Any way heres some pics....oh. All ive been using is water every other day and once a week I mix in aloe, coconut water and ful-humix. I need to get some malted barely powder but ill just top dress with that. I'm really trying to keep it simple.
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Wildcat at about ten weeks...looks rough. That batch of soil I had sucked. Was having all kinds of issues.
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Moms
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