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    Quote Originally Posted by Cunning View Post
    Fish blood and bone is used to promote healthy root structure. Never used it indoors but use it in my garden a lot
    That's a great topic as I've been wondering about the differences of Fish Blood and Bone or Bonemeal, apologies in advance if I'm talking out my hoop but my knuckle dragging awareness of it deduced that Bonemeal's better for root (perhaps even veg) and FB&B for fruit - (flower?).

    Apologies for thread-jacking my edit button isn't letting me see who started the thread so please forgive my intrusion.

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    Great info there, free too! Thanks

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    Sweet I love John Innes for my container garden (not Cannabis). Its free draining because of the sand but I use horticultural grit at 20% because it can get very dense.

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    Tomorite giant planter with added seaweed, isn't bad. The only problem I found out the hard way was not to feed too early (nitrogen toxicity) I might try a john Inns next.

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    John Innes no.2 worst soil I’ve ever used wouldn’t recommend it to anyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bin man View Post
    John Innes no.2 worst soil I’ve ever used wouldn’t recommend it to anyone
    I won't argue that!
    If you can't beat it, laugh at it

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