The garden looks great man!
As someone who was also diagnosed with childhood trauma PTSD, I can relate to what you mean with gardening and other attentive activities. Playing guitar is pretty helpful for me as well, really anything that detracts from the obsessive thought patterns.

Keep up the great work, I will try to stop by more often as I'm getting active with posting again :)

Thanks man... The current heat wave is killing my leafy greens! Some tomato plants are not doing well but these cannabis plants are doing just fine🤔
Yeah i didnt even know PTSD can cause brain damage until i thought i became scihzophrenic or had some form of dementia hit all if a sudden back in Dec. Saw colors, extreme head preasure, started losing memory and the flashbacks were unreal well actually too real.
I figured it was stemming from old football head hits... But it was probably that and ptsd that caused it. Still i need mris to completely diagnose.
Neurofeedback helped the most but still i need more of that therapy.

It’s amazing that you can manage to grow anything in that environment! Are you doing this cannabis KNF?

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Anymore I try and use the term natural farming. The way I approach knf is like this... For outdoor regenerative systems where you dont have much money or resources than natural farming is a great tool.
I focused heavy during the fall and winter with natural farming but now all i am doing is a biweekly treatment of maintanace solution (ohn, ffj, and living vinegar.
Anymore I'm doing very little and focusing primarily on feeding the earthworms although I have applied some blood meal and azomite. I did a couple of treatments of fish amino acids that I fermented but I'm all out! thanks for stopping by duder

Cool! Looking forward to more updates on this dessert grow :)

Your cannabis plants look great!

The companion plants make a huge difference. I always grow vegetables herbs etc near the cannabis! Why do you use hay? Lots of bugs?


Thanks! Its mostly for water retention, keeping the sun off the soil, various other reasons but yes the straw as a mulch helps provide an environment where predatory bugs can eat unwanted bugs, habitat for earthworms and keeps flies at bay. Thanks for stopping by!

Keeps the sun off the soil?? I've never heard of that Lol. I have some research to do that sounds like something I should be aware of.

We have completely different kind of soils in completely different environments. Do what works best for you!

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