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super soil shelf life

Discussion in 'Subcool's Old School Organics' started by olylifter420, Jan 9, 2012.

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    olylifter420

    olylifter420 Well-Known Member

    Hello sub, hope you doing good this new year man!

    How long does the ss last in storage?

    My first batch whats left of it, is going on 8months.

    Is that too old to use now?

    Thanks for the help
     
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    subcool

    subcool Well-Known Member

    Id say 10 plus your good
     
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    stonerman

    stonerman Well-Known Member

    you made a thread, to ask a question specifically to one person? lol, why not just send a personal message?
     
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    darkdestruction420

    darkdestruction420 Well-Known Member

    others may have a similar question and this thread may help them in the future?
     
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    olylifter420

    olylifter420 Well-Known Member

    you posted a useless post on an informative thread! i dont get it...

    is the joke on me?



     
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    olylifter420

    olylifter420 Well-Known Member

    thanks a million Sub...

    i hope others find this as informative as i did...

    happy growing man



     
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    subcool

    subcool Well-Known Member

    The fact That I answered him directly means he ask good questions and has always been a great site supporter as well as a TGA fan. Having a good Attitude can go far in life.

    Sub
     
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    rhuddin

    rhuddin Member

    I found it useful... in fact I am just using up the last of a super soil batch that I made over a year ago... seems to be working just fine. I just never got around to asking anyone about it and just went for it. Worst case I would have needed to do a little supplemental feeding.

    Querkle that just finished up... 1 yr+ ss seems to be still working!
    IMG_2348.jpg
     
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    olylifter420

    olylifter420 Well-Known Member

    sweet! nice q man... im a big querk fan myself...

    i got some plans for the near future... hopefully all goes well

    what you grow it under?


     
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    rhuddin

    rhuddin Member

    600 HPS... one plant in a 10 gal smart pot scrog... I've been growing the q for a while... first time scroggin it... definitely worked out

    IMG_2344.jpg IMG_2340.jpg IMG_2349.jpg
     
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    thepaintedchef

    thepaintedchef Well-Known Member

    See prime example of why I respect sub so much.
     
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    SupaM

    SupaM Well-Known Member

    same here, Im using some from last summer....'2010, that is... no probs here either. I run 3d though....
     
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    olylifter420

    olylifter420 Well-Known Member

    Hey Sub or anyone with experience,

    How long or what sign do you wait for when waiting for beans to mature?

    Querkle male x conniechung female
     
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    olylifter420

    olylifter420 Well-Known Member

    anyone?......



     
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    Jacobdavid420

    Jacobdavid420 New Member

    Hi i was wondering if anyones had any problems with mycelium web/fuzz disappearing..i should of stirred it up when i had the chance...any takes?
     
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    cannabisweedPotNerd

    cannabisweedPotNerd Well-Known Member

    I found it quite interesting. Good question too
     
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    Joomby

    Joomby Well-Known Member

    I made my own super soil (as close as I could to subs using Australian available products) I made a massive batch and had roughly 100l left in a wooden box for nearly TWO YEARS! Anyways I tiped it out to find the dankest blackest sweetest soil it was full of worms (no idea how they got there) and I gave it a run on some local sativa. The yield,plant sise,leaf sise, smell, and potency was double that of a 30day cooked batch all planted the same time same seed no ferts just water. I'm guessing it just gets better and better with age
     
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    420Barista

    420Barista Well-Known Member

    sounds like the longer it cooks the better the yield, scent, potency, and leaf size!
     

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