organic NPK exchange chart

Discussion in 'Organics' started by potheadsmoker, Jan 22, 2009.

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    potheadsmoker

    potheadsmoker Well-Known Member

    maybe a few of you organic soil growers could use this
    http://www.primalseeds.org/npk.htm
    maybe thatll work better

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    Jobo

    Jobo Well-Known Member

    wow, thanks man. Very usefull for making my own mix
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    potheadsmoker

    potheadsmoker Well-Known Member

    no problem, i know its going to come in handy this year outdoors...
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    Titan4jah

    Titan4jah Well-Known Member

    dude neone know the npk of ganja leaf?
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    potheadsmoker

    potheadsmoker Well-Known Member

    why would you wanna use your leaf for compost, i can think of a few different way i can recycle that shit
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    aknight3

    aknight3 Moderator

    leaves are very good for fertilizer actually, al b. used to do it
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    potheadsmoker

    potheadsmoker Well-Known Member

    maybe...but id use them for hash, just about everything you throw into the garbage can be good fert. use the leaves for compost after you extract the hash
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    Titan4jah

    Titan4jah Well-Known Member

    i was talkin more of like the fan leaves n yellow ones that fall off every now n then. it would really be a waste to just toss good sugar leaf.
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    SimpleSimon

    SimpleSimon Well-Known Member

    looks like i need to make a little kiln to fire all the veggie skins.....
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    potheadsmoker

    potheadsmoker Well-Known Member

    aint that the truth
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    potheadsmoker

    potheadsmoker Well-Known Member

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    SimpleSimon

    SimpleSimon Well-Known Member

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    Wretched420

    Wretched420 Well-Known Member

    i need me some incinerator ash hahaha thanks for the post!!

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