Indoor Grow Medium/Soil: Whats the Best Mix?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by EpicOzGrow, Jan 14, 2014.

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    EpicOzGrow

    EpicOzGrow Member

    Hello Everyone

    First of All Within the forums there are massive numbers about this Question Unfortunately Within Other Posts & All over the Place.
    For those of us who are wanting the crucial information from an experienced point of view id Like to ask:

    For Indoor Growing, What is the best Medium Mix for the best Results within the plants entire life-cycle?

    Vegetable Organic or Ocean Organic?
    Epsom Salts & Limes?
    Worm Castings & Chicken guano?
    Perlite/Vermiculite or Secrets?
    Micro-Nutrients & Fertilizers?
    Added Self Mixed/Brewed Products?
    What is molasses & How does it Work/Help?

    Now iv heard rumors from old growers (Old Scool Growers Are the Best of Growers) that placing things like a pvc tube with caps on both ends buried in the most outer part of the soil filled with a Dank nutrient mix (for example smashed crabs/juices/seaweeds) to promote the plants roots to grow out & thru the pipe for the mega nutrients creating massive veg/flower growth, Im not sure if its true but i would Like to Know The Tips & Tricks that really make a difference.

    Iv done my research, Iv read that some growers dont even use nutrients, That they have everything they need & more in just the growing medium/soil, +Foliar Spraying if needed.

    All Experienced Information is Highly Respected as there is So much Mis-Information on the web that explains why so many people have questions & problems.

    Thanks guys
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    SaucyAussie

    SaucyAussie Active Member

    Ask 1000 different people and you're going to get 1000 different answers.
    I'm currently doing my first organic grow in a mix of 1/3 ProMix, 1/3 perlite, and 1/3 worm castings. I haven't given them any chemical nutes and they're doing great. When I was using hydro nutes I was using 100% perlite but it seemed difficult to regulate then nutes.

    ETA: The point is, you just have to find what works best for you. :)

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