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    Welcome ladies and gents

    It’s time to go again, the last ladies are nearly out the way I’ve got to just chop closer to the ground and we’re there, I’ve done the usual top dress after harvest of 1 cup each kelp,neem and crab meal I also put 2 cups of mixed grains malted.


    The cover crop is a mixture of clovers,fenugreek,alfalfa,coriander and poppies I also had loads of left over trim from the bubble hash run.



    I’m trying different strains this time round.
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    Amnesia x Afghan

    Critical kush

    These two went in the ground 36 hours ago and preying I have better luck than my last autos.



    This time I’ve got the screen up and I’m going to fill the tent properly as I don’t feel I get anywhere near the control of the canopy without. Please ignore the quick screen



    It’ll be the normal water only till flowering apart from coconut water every 10 days with the malted grains
    Stay blessed family
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    First out this evening when I checked at 4.30 pm was the Rosetta Stone

    Not far behind thankfully the c99 has come up. I’m really looking forward to trying these i did have seeds sent from the us back in about 1998/9 of c99 crosses from a fella on overgrown I know there was a shiskaberry, blue rhino.
    I didn’t mind paying the price for these but didn’t want to have to deal with males but I feel real confident in the brothers Grimm genetics
    C99

    I’m imagining her cotyledons will be up when I pop there shortly
    Blessings and gratitude
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    Hey redz ,subbed man .

    Ive got some grains maltin right now 😉 for a special brew .

    You should try mixin some coco in your beds , unreal the aeration man , growth is 2x as fast as my standard mix .
    Its all same amendments but just 25% coco added . unreal man the difference .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Hey redz ,subbed man .

    Ive got some grains maltin right now �� for a special brew .

    You should try mixin some coco in your beds , unreal the aeration man , growth is 2x as fast as my standard mix .
    Its all same amendments but just 25% coco added . unreal man the difference .

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    Hey T, check the original diary brother I used 50/50 coco and peat alternative instead of the 1/3 part Canadian spaghnum peat moss.
    One thing I would change is the perlite for pumice or basalt that’s for sure.

    If I’m honest this bed is going to be a mixture of ewc and plenty good humus by now.

    You know I loves my grains mate, soon I’ll get through to people that neem helps trichome production just not sure there ready yet lol
    Redz

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    Quote Originally Posted by redsiel View Post
    Hey T, check the original diary brother I used 50/50 coco and peat alternative instead of the 1/3 part Canadian spaghnum peat moss.
    One thing I would change is the perlite for pumice or basalt that’s for sure.

    If I’m honest this bed is going to be a mixture of ewc and plenty good humus by now.

    You know I loves my grains mate, soon I’ll get through to people that neem helps trichome production just not sure there ready yet lol
    Redz
    Right on , i mix organic soy meal and organic brown rice flour ,barley for added goodies and carbs in my soil ,i get it all at the grain mill for pennies on the dollar 40kg bags for 10-20$ . , couldnt be arsed with cover crops ,im overworked and have no place at all to entertain such an project lol .

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    You know me T, no time went into the cover crop lol I literally throw the seeds down but I feel it’s a real important part of the recycling of actual plant matter in the soil because I harvest a lot and also use a lot for tea and I need the organic matter going back in because at the end of the day I reckon that’s the best microbial food.
    I DONT do soy because that’s more likely to be gmo than not.
    I have got all my kNF recipes bottled and ready to go now and I’m working on a nice pineapple ferment brother.

    What’s the bioaktiv T ? Your line yeah?
    Redz
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    And the fun never stops. Good luck brother, not that you'll need it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    And the fun never stops. Good luck brother, not that you'll need it
    Thank you sir and welcome of course.
    The Cindy was up last night so I’ll get a good few updates while it’s a little exciting coz the veg stage is all the same shit after a couple nodes

    Blessings and gratitude
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    This is awesome stuff Red.

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    Pulling up a chair for this one Redz if I may

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishbuds View Post
    This is awesome stuff Red.
    Cheers mate

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    Pulling up a chair for this one Redz if I may

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    Blessings and gratitude
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    Quote Originally Posted by redsiel View Post
    You know me T, no time went into the cover crop lol I literally throw the seeds down but I feel it’s a real important part of the recycling of actual plant matter in the soil because I harvest a lot and also use a lot for tea and I need the organic matter going back in because at the end of the day I reckon that’s the best microbial food.
    I DONT do soy because that’s more likely to be gmo than not.
    I have got all my kNF recipes bottled and ready to go now and I’m working on a nice pineapple ferment brother.

    What’s the bioaktiv T ? Your line yeah?
    Redz
    They are all GMO redz , one way or another . I promis ya brother , there aint one grain in the western world that hasnt been contaminated/cross contaminated one way or another , even if it says CErtified organic, its just the method used to grow it as the grainitself will be GMO .

    What yall want , is Heirloom non-GMO organic , good luck findin that because its non existeant tbh . Even if it says it is , Corn and any pollen will travel 200 + miles , theres no way to say for sure gmo-non-gmo

    Soy , corn, barley , Rye , rice , etc etc all them major AG grain crops are all GMO infested . May be organic grown , like my bags of soy , barley ,brown rice but GMO one way or another . i prefer a GMO cert.organic , then a non GMO conventioanlly grow sprayed with Glyphosphate and chem fertz any day tbh ......

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    Loads of useful information here red

    Caught me eye gonna have to shoot off and do some research into all this now.

    So your reusing all of you old soil and root mass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nappa View Post
    Loads of useful information here red

    Caught me eye gonna have to shoot off and do some research into all this now.

    So your reusing all of you old soil and root mass?

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    I do also Nappa , it just gets better with time buddy , like comparing rubbin alcohol to a fine aged Whiskey .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    I do also Nappa , it just gets better with time buddy , like comparing rubbin alcohol to a fine aged Whiskey .....
    Same principles work with coco too?

    I've heard about reusing with canazym. Never fancied it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nappa View Post
    Same principles work with coco too?

    I've heard about reusing with canazym. Never fancied it

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    I'm recycling my coco from the last grow for the next one. I've bagged it up into 4 separate bags and let it dry out. Pick the big bits of root from it and it's good to go. I'll give it a good soaking before use though.
    Sorry to hijack the thread redz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nappa View Post
    Loads of useful information here red

    Caught me eye gonna have to shoot off and do some research into all this now.

    So your reusing all of you old soil and root mass?

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    Yes mate I’m just planting right next to the plant just harvested. Once you swollow the no till pill there’s no going back sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    They are all GMO redz , one way or another . I promis ya brother , there aint one grain in the western world that hasnt been contaminated/cross contaminated one way or another , even if it says CErtified organic, its just the method used to grow it as the grainitself will be GMO .

    What yall want , is Heirloom non-GMO organic , good luck findin that because its non existeant tbh . Even if it says it is , Corn and any pollen will travel 200 + miles , theres no way to say for sure gmo-non-gmo

    Soy , corn, barley , Rye , rice , etc etc all them major AG grain crops are all GMO infested . May be organic grown , like my bags of soy , barley ,brown rice but GMO one way or another . i prefer a GMO cert.organic , then a non GMO conventioanlly grow sprayed with Glyphosphate and chem fertz any day tbh ......
    T, all I can say is I can only rely on the microbial activity to the best with what I can get my hands on sir but in a word. Cunts

    Quote Originally Posted by farmshop View Post
    I'm recycling my coco from the last grow for the next one. I've bagged it up into 4 separate bags and let it dry out. Pick the big bits of root from it and it's good to go. I'll give it a good soaking before use though.
    Sorry to hijack the thread redz.
    No hajack at all mate lol, yeah brother just rinse that shit properly and you’ll be good to go. I would br leaving the bits of roots also I would add 10% worm castings,I’m thinking of doing s coco grow soon like this using canna a&b but very low with some organic inputs and fortnightly inoculating with beneficial microbes. The old bits of roots and stuff make for good inputs for the microbes mate
    These c99 and Rosetta are looking so healthy I got good feelings about these
    C99


    Rosetta Stone


    Critical Kush

    There’s just something different about growing from seeds, maybe it’s just knowing they got that proper tap root or something lol
    stay blessed peepz
    Redz

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    Evening redz lad... im subbin up bro, your grows always amaze me mate, id offer you some of this purple skunk but its chemical coco 😂
    Atb laa 👍🏼

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT View Post
    Evening redz lad... im subbin up bro, your grows always amaze me mate, id offer you some of this purple skunk but its chemical coco ��
    Atb laa ����
    Mate, there’s no issues there the Wilma is canna a&b pmsl
    Stay blessed
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    I agree with you about the seeds. I don't have a boatload of experience, but I've done a couple runs with clones. The seed plants just had something about them that was, well, perfect. I will continue to do both, and work towards to no till zone.

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