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    Default Answered: A good soil for starting seeds in to go in coco eventually.

    So i plan on doing a coco / soil grow 4 coco plants and 2 soil plants...


    Ii plan to start all of them in soil but i need a decent soil that i can use to start them off but also use the remaining soil for potting up 2 plants into final pots. I have looked at plant magic soil supreme, is there different soils from pm as i cant find out.

    Would a 50 litre bag be enough for 2 pots of 20 litres? I ask as i have found many times that a bag just about does 1 pot with enough left for a half pot max.


    Ps i plan to run the soil ones as organic

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    Try some of this SmobyToker1, if you can find some. I am over wham how good my plants are growing. These plants are just third week flower.




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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshot View Post
    Try some of this SmobyToker1, if you can find some. I am over wham how good my plants are growing. These plants are just third week flower.



    Cant find a UK supply though lad. I would give it a try though if you are recommending it. Shame

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    Im going to try sohum living soil, see how that pans out eh

    Anyone got any advice or experience with this stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmobyToker#1 View Post
    Im going to try sohum living soil, see how that pans out eh

    Anyone got any advice or experience with this stuff?
    I was looking at this the other day..if you do decide to give it a whirl for sure, I'd love to know how you get on with it

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    Canna Terra Pro soil's never let me down, cheap and cheerful but never had any issues with it.Plus it has added perlite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmobyToker#1 View Post
    Im going to try sohum living soil, see how that pans out eh

    Anyone got any advice or experience with this stuff?
    I'm pretty sure u need a 30ltr plus pot for living soil man. That's what I have read numerous times online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wags View Post
    I'm pretty sure u need a 30ltr plus pot for living soil man. That's what I have read numerous times online.

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    I have seen similar things said, but i have spoken with a lad who sells this in bristol and apparently you need so much per square meter it can be 4 x 40 ltr, 6 x 25 ltr or 8 x 20 ltr. Its an odd thing to be said really, I will do 2 x 20 ltr air pots of it. If it comes to it i will use a bit of oldtimer bloom towards the end and some mollases. It was 40 fucking quid a bag, but only water needed eh!! cant moan at that at all. So if 2 x plants are more or less close in yield to coco im happy, hell if its even a third less yield bulk wise but the buds are top draw taste, strength wise then i will still be happy. It would work out well for me doing 3-4 runs in this soil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
    Canna Terra Pro soil's never let me down, cheap and cheerful but never had any issues with it.Plus it has added perlite.
    That is normally my go to for soil, however the taste just aint like organic buds. I never do any ph'ing in that at all, jUst rely on the buffers in the soil, always works out well and they taste better than coco grown. But not quite same as true organics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    I was looking at this the other day..if you do decide to give it a whirl for sure, I'd love to know how you get on with it
    You are more than welcome to follow along mate, it will be my usual coco run x 4 plus 2 x soil plants. Its gona be a slow burner as its amnesia haze with a 7 week veg oh ans some S.A.G.E and cheese. Might sneak a few blueberry headband in to flower from seed.

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