humboldt county snowstorm?

Discussion in 'Organics' started by oldtymemusic, Mar 17, 2012.

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    Buddy Hemphill

    Buddy Hemphill Active Member

    let me say this, also..IMHO

    How do you foliar?

    I mean as long as you aren't drenching the soil...how is it gona hurt anything?

    Nothing is gonna go thru the leaves, down the stem, and out the roots...to harm your soil......right?
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    OGEvilgenius

    OGEvilgenius Well-Known Member

    You are more likely to get lung cancer if you don't smoke weed at all.

    UCLA did a study.
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    Buddy Hemphill

    Buddy Hemphill Active Member

    Got a link?
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    OGEvilgenius

    OGEvilgenius Well-Known Member

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    Da Almighty Jew

    Da Almighty Jew Well-Known Member

    haha im gonna tell my mom this. she will be like your crazy
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    Buddy Hemphill

    Buddy Hemphill Active Member

    man this thread took a left turn somewhere....lol...
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    tomcatjones

    tomcatjones Active Member

    Foliar feed with kelp or something instead.

    there are beneficial microbes on the plant itself.

    Snowstorm = not organic.

    have a full bottle here if anyone wants it, lol i'll never be using it.
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    Buddy Hemphill

    Buddy Hemphill Active Member



    I dont farm 100% organicaly.

    I dont care about that. Snowstorm isnt dangerous.


    I foliar with ACT after the Snowstorm...beneficial microbes abound.

    I pull 2 ps per 1k candle. It is AAA.


    I'm not going to subscribe to a growing ideology if it doesn't work best for me.

    Using chems and organics together gives me great results.


    Its about being smart enough not to kill your soil.

    If your soil isn't dead...its all good. Light chem salts dont kill every microbe. If so....how is it that ACT can repair fertilizer poisoned lawns?

    ACTs will keep the food web alive if you plan correctly.


    So if microbes buffer everything that goes into the exudate is it still organic...even if the food for the microbes isn't?

    You are still feeding your plant bennie poo.


    If a worm casting farm uses compost from the local dump....definitely not "organic"...are the castings organic?

    Think about it. Do we source the food that EW are being fed? Who knows what kind of stuff they are eating.

    The reason I say this is because there is a big big worm farm close by...and thats where he gets his compost. The city dump.

    I dont know this....its just my line of logic...I think its the same with microbes. As long as they are there buffering, you have "organic" weed.

    Or not...lol...

    It all depends on how you define organic.
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    tomcatjones

    tomcatjones Active Member

    ...the answer is yes. you do try to source the food for the earthworms.
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    bigv1976

    bigv1976 Well-Known Member

    You people are a little confused about what companty you are bashing. This product is not made by Humboldt Nutrients. It is made by Humboldt Countys Own. Completely different comapny.
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    sonomascomaaroma

    sonomascomaaroma Member

    Dont get why people are bashing an established nutrient company. Bushmaster is legendary and Necessary in some gene pools that Stretch in flower. Anyways the have good shit. When it was banned People here in sonoma were still buying it (secretly of course). But never the less legendary. Just got crystal bloom gonna try this run.

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