Hey what's up been a while lil conundrum ?!!??!

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by Jamio420, Jan 30, 2018.

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    Jamio420

    Jamio420 Well-Known Member

    What's up roll it up I would like to start a discussion on median for out door grow . Subject will medium volume verse yield please anyone from the community chime in tell us your medium and your yield !!
     
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    john wishmyer

    john wishmyer Well-Known Member

    bro just go with a super soil mix with ffof as the base, thats whatbi did and ended up getting a couple ounces off one plant and im a total noob too but was all outdoor.i plan on doing this again just got a couple seedlings started going to have them under a cfl until they are ready for transplant for outside. have been having some very strange hot weather lately so the sooner slring comes the better
     
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    chiqifella

    chiqifella Well-Known Member

    pro mix/happy frog/ff mix, the end
     
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    john wishmyer

    john wishmyer Well-Known Member

    personally i like volcanic perlite,ffof, pure organic wormcastings, the best compost my local hydro store has,and then amend that with some dr earths flower girl. activate it with some compost tea tada i gurantee your plant wont need any feedings from any of those dirty salty nutes just water, seaweed extract and molasses should be able to get you through your entire grow
     
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    blake9999

    blake9999 Well-Known Member

    I've got some compost that's been cooking for three years I plan on using up this year.
     
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    chiqifella

    chiqifella Well-Known Member

    big differences maybe for plants that can be maintained compared to ones seen at harvest only....
     
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    Jamio420

    Jamio420 Well-Known Member

    I've seen ppl on these threads go any where from 30-400 gallon pots with amazing results!
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    I do see mine a few more times that just at harvest. But they are in Darwin Dope patches for sure.

    #survivialofthedankest

    I make my own soil and plant directly into the ground {most of the time}. In round numbers my 40-45 gallon mix is about 10-15 gallon mushroom compost {at $15 a truck load, I can afford to use a lot}, 10 gallon peat moss, 10 gallons of a quality potting medium, 10-15 gallons of manure and other composts. To that I add some organic ferts, lime, vermiculite, perlite, Epson salts, coffee grounds, blood and bone meal. I'm sure there is more, but I don't have any soil notes in front of me at the moment.
     
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    ganga gurl420

    ganga gurl420 Well-Known Member

    I'm personally going with a 400 gallon set up this yr. The pros that get the 10 pound plants are using at least double that. I'm stoked to see what you pull off this yr.
     
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    Jamio420

    Jamio420 Well-Known Member

    What's been up gurl!!
     
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    Jamio420

    Jamio420 Well-Known Member

    Mushroom compost ?
     
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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    Couple zips? No reason to not get a couple pounds out doors.
     
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    Jamio420

    Jamio420 Well-Known Member

    Had anyone thought of going hydro outdoors ?
     
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    Jamio420

    Jamio420 Well-Known Member

    I was maybe considering like a larger Dutch bucket system and light dep, was thinking maybe 32 gallon containers
     
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    chiqifella

    chiqifella Well-Known Member

    I used my fish pond as a reservoir for two years during the warm season in 4- 4x8 foot trays with a solar powered pump/timer.
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    It's used to grow mushrooms. It has to be changed pretty often, so if you have a big mushroom farm in your area, it's dirt cheap. Lots of chicken shit and straw, but plenty of other stuff too. It does make heat, so if you can, let it sit for 6-8 months.
     
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    Jamio420

    Jamio420 Well-Known Member

    Nice that s good to know thank you
     
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