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    Check this out,

    On closer inspection theres germination happening all over the place lol...

    So Ive top dressed with worm castings.



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    As a little experiment, Ive inoculated a royal dwarf auto bean and planted it in the soil.

    I will be pulling her before shes distinguishable as weed but this will be a test of the Virgin soil just in a windowsill.



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    So the plan is with the soil bed and the next canna run is to keep feeding of anysort super simple if at all.

    My plan...

    Compost tea once a week
    Water

    4 weeks onwards start top dressings of

    Kelp/neem/charge 1 tbps of each once every 14 days
    Malted barley once every 14 days.

    Maybe the odd coconut water as a treat

    Gonna do Mephisto Sour Crack which is their fastest strain so could be alot of fun
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    Fuck me Gaz, you are not making the decision for my next grow any easier mate.
    I want to do too many strains (for my little groom) at once so I'm thinking that using small containers is the best way to keep plants small but then I'm seeing this and I'm thinking to myself why not do a single bed for the plants as well. I'm just too worried that some stronger plant will completely dominate the weaker ones...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    Fuck me Gaz, you are not making the decision for my next grow any easier mate.
    I want to do too many strains (for my little groom) at once so I'm thinking that using small containers is the best way to keep plants small but then I'm seeing this and I'm thinking to myself why not do a single bed for the plants as well. I'm just too worried that some stronger plant will completely dominate the weaker ones...
    Lol sorry mate, I believe the plants will live together just fine but Redz really needs to answer this mate.

    My Livers are going really well in a bed and Im keen to see the organic bed in action now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    Fuck me Gaz, you are not making the decision for my next grow any easier mate.
    I want to do too many strains (for my little groom) at once so I'm thinking that using small containers is the best way to keep plants small but then I'm seeing this and I'm thinking to myself why not do a single bed for the plants as well. I'm just too worried that some stronger plant will completely dominate the weaker ones...
    I’m doing 7 now and I’ve done 9 and they are fine they do there thing and finish by there self and no flush is needed!
    Looking good gaz, I’m off fir tea time!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by redisiel View Post
    I’m doing 7 now and I’ve done 9 and they are fine they do there thing and finish by there self and no flush is needed!
    Looking good gaz, I’m off fir tea time!!!!!!
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    I was hoping to do about 5 or 6 but in a 44x49cm space so they need to stay really small

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I was hoping to do about 5 or 6 but in a 44x49cm space so they need to stay really small
    Id do one nice plant in a 15L bed mate and train the shit out of her

    My sour Livers would fill that space mate, I have 30cm by 60cm and its been really tough fitting her in mate.
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    Crimson clover and alfalfa starting to break ground



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Crimson clover and alfalfa starting to break ground



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    Morning gaz, remember the plant limit Pmsl
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    Ok so things are pretty much finished and ready for planting in the spring and maintenance up until then.

    Raised beds are done, the 3 big ones are for veg.

    The small 80L is for herbs that I need for my worm bin to make quality worm castings for my cannabis.

    The small 30 litre fabric pot is for peppers.

    The two big terracotta pots will have queens annes lace in them to attract the beneficial insects. The small stone one will have lupin in it.

    Then the big soil bed I dug and amended with top dress and has had its first compost tea.

    The pumkin bed, which will eventually be my comfrey bed, is ready and has also had a tea.

    And finally the compost bin got emptied, turned, broken up and put back in the bin. Somethings happening as there is much more room in the bin lol.

    So we are all ready for spring pretty much now. Just need to order some barley straw.

    Amendments, £214
    Total cost around 500 quid



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Id do one nice plant in a 15L bed mate and train the shit out of her

    My sour Livers would fill that space mate, I have 30cm by 60cm and its been really tough fitting her in mate.
    That would definitely be the smart thing to do but at that rate I can't explore many different strains and figure out which ones I like best.

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    Just smoking a joint watching the top of the 10L bed thinking of all the tap roots sprouting and all the Mycorrhizal relationships being formed so that by the time I need the soil its gonna be, to quote a book, teaming with microbes and fungi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Just smoking a joint watching the top of the 10L bed thinking of all the tap roots sprouting and all the Mycorrhizal relationships being formed so that by the time I need the soil its gonna be, to quote a book, teaming with microbes and fungi
    haha it literally fucking moves mate, I watch the top layer of soil move all the time it’s not fir the faint hearted hydro grower lololololol
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