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RE: From seed to cannabinoid in 80 days flat - 200% Organic!

in #cannabis2 years ago

Due to Subcool passing, I am leaning towards to doing my new grow in his honor by using his super soil recipe, check it out

Im not sure if I will be able to follow it to a tee, but it will be close. Just make this, and water. No need to PH, no "flushing". Plug and play


Respect! Looks great to me, totally organic and natural soil mix.
That's one thing I DO believe in, upgrading the soil. But just wholesome stuff that nature already provides for plants in the soil.
I don't really do animal products (as a vegan) so I skip the "meals". Bat poop is fine but worm poop has 99.99% of everything you could ever want, so if you don't add guano it'll be just as good. One thing maybe to consider is a little ash or charcoal, depending on your other ingredients and what strain you're growing.
I recommend about 2 cups of powdered diatomaceous earth, as well. This cuts down on almost anything creepy or crawly in the soil. I like soil alive with mycorrhiza and bacteria, not mites and bugs.
But yeah, that soil looks basically like what I've been using, with a few "secret ingredients" in small quantities. I don't think I've even heard of azomite, interesting, thanks for the info :)
Sorry to hear about subcool although I didn't know him, RIP.

I was actually talking to a vegan, ane he said the bone meal can be found in nature from an animal that died of natrual means. Ofcourse i highly doubt bonemeal on the market is, but if one did collect their own that would be considerd vegan. What do you beleive?

For me, I don't want to contribute to any suffering, so I don't use animal blood/bones even though they are found in nature. The stuff you can buy is generally from factory farming operations, or something just about as bad. The more I buy, the more they'll create. I don't want to be part of the demand/supply equation for animal parts, even to any small degree. But I agree, animal blood and bones are healthy for plants, and can definitely be found in nature! I think plants grown using such products are still organic, but perhaps not necessarily vegan.
Thanks for asking :)