Organic feeding provides great results. A good organic grow starts with the soil. (look at subcool's section on that. he knows soil.) Im going to go over strictly what to do once the plant is in the dirt, and you still need to feed them something. Feeding the plants the right stuff is key to successful grows, and knowing what to feed and when, is needed for every grower.
The Cinderella Story The Cinderella story Ben, That you had ordered C99. Well I have a little present for ya. Please don't repost this stuff as Shabang and Webby are currently creating a C99 FAQ. I'm involved and have my own work which I'd like to pass on to you. Hopefully an ole pro like you can get some useful info from this. Warning: Its long... Good luck and have a great holiday.
Thought I would throw together a little grow recap and illustrate a bit about my simple grow. Hempy is a really simple and effective system.
First take your container, your options are pretty unlimited on what kind of container to use. Just pick one that is appropriate to the size plant you plan to grow, mine are 1.32G/5L to give you an idea of how small your bucket could be. Larger buckets would be better, but don't go
Bedding Bedding is essentially the main component of the ‘habitat’ in a worm bin. The distinction between bedding and worm ‘food’ is a little misleading however, since in actuality bedding is simply a longer term food source.
Bedding materials tend to be carbon rich and absorbent, so they are important for helping to maintain some balance in the bin. Excellent bedding materials include
Vermicomposting Basics In a nutshell, vermicomposting is a cooler composting process involving the joint action of earthworms and microorganism (with a few other helpers as well). It is my personal favourite composting method, given the versatility and benefits of this strategy. It is important to mention that only certain kinds of worms can be used effectively for vermicomposting - those specialized for a warm,