^^^ What he said, stuff does seem interesting enough, but since it's not in the US may as well go hempy buckets which would be cheaper in the long run.
Strange that it is not easily available in the states, just done a casual search and nothing...business opportunity anyone.......??
Have you tried sure to grow, they have similar products...
All of the characteristics of a dog except for loyalty.
yea i got that, i started too look into it, and i do find it strange that its not very popular here in the states?
maybe its just one of those, europeans like hash with tobbacco and californians love hash with straight OG. we all have our own way of doing things
Last edited by foreverflyhi; 07-16-2012 at 10:18 AM.
BEFORe i post those extra pics of update 4, check out what i found at a local swap meet
its a aero garden, planning on putting it in my kitchen and grow some herbs, this will be my first run on any hydro type set up lol
day 38 of 12/12
just in case u missed it, check my previous post, i did a officaly update on day 35, compare the two and see how fast they are growing
BTW thats not crystals on the leaves, thats a bunch of sugar i dumped on them so i can fool HID NON-BELIEVER folks in thinking LEDS really do work... HAHAHA SARCASM
Last edited by foreverflyhi; 07-16-2012 at 10:27 AM.
SHE WONT LET YOU HIT THAT PUSSY -aesop rock
flOWER update 5 day 42 of 12/12
ok heres my notes of my feeding program with VITAL EARTH
did last reccomended top dressing from vital earth
6tbs vital earths glacial rock
8tbs of vital earths compost
and a little extra soil to fill it in.
(i have more to add on this, concerning my ph and vital earths reccomendation.)
tea is @ 5 gallons
1tbs glacial rock
4tbs of worm
4tbs of compost
1tbs of baseline
1tbs vital earth bat guano high-phos 0-13-0
1tbs vital earth bloom mix OG 0-9-0
this is all put into a nylon stocking
i brew for a bout 12 hrs then i add
1/2 tbs of kelp
1tsp of mollasses
4tbs of vital earths bloom
(ONCE AGIAN i have more concerns, will get back to this)
Last edited by foreverflyhi; 07-22-2012 at 03:06 PM.
alright so according to vital earth, in their feeding program, they state to pH the tea or every feed with there products.
now this goes against everything i learned in organics, i was under the assumption that pHing the tea or feed can potentially kill all the beneficial microbes.
According to Teaming with Microbes, pH only matters in the soil, if its good quality soil, then your pH should always be balanced.
after doing a bunch of test and researching, i realized that vital earth hasn't mention that their soil haves dolomite lime, which acts like a pH balance or keeps pH up.
so when i did a pH check about a week ago it droped to 6.3-.6.4 so i added dolomite lime and bumped it back up to 6.9.
so my concern is, should i follow vital earth and pH my tea? or should i focus on the soil and not worry about the feed pH?
i did email them and no answer..
im still all for vital earth, im just concerned on which route to take.
what u guys think?
vital earth tea
heres there FAQ on there website, it answers my questions, but at the same time it makes me ask a bunch more questions, that arnt answered.
Last edited by foreverflyhi; 07-22-2012 at 04:48 PM.
Looking good man haha I used to have an aerogarden too I used it to sprout my babies when I was doing dwc
I always been a soil Gardner, my first plant was in my moms garden at age 12, plus I never had space for indoor so I always grew out door soil. I'm still all about soil organics but I got lots of love for any hydro soilless growers. so I figure I got to start some where so ynot with parsley/mints/chillies and one day eventually ganja
Last edited by foreverflyhi; 07-24-2012 at 05:09 AM.