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Old 07-08-2008, 08:36 AM
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hello captain.koons,

thanks very much for your input.

experiment away sir let us know how you get on.



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Old 07-08-2008, 05:42 PM
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hello captain.koons,

thanks very much for your input.

experiment away sir let us know how you get on.



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I'll be experimenting a lot, I think I'll purposely grow 3 different strains at a time even if I have proven clones, medium mixes and nutrient regiments.


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Nice, cap'n. Keep an eye in my 'down below' thread. I am going to be doing a side by side with coco involved.....

I'll be transplanting in a few days.
Will do, I think Coco or a Coco mix will prove to be the best other than hydro. I'm going to compare Coco + Perlite mixes, Canna Coco, General Hydroponics vs Canna line nutrients. I've got a lot of shit planned that isn't redundant.

I may try improving on the Big Buddha Mix but other than it's worm castings and bat guano (I don't really like using that stuff) it's pretty much preemo. It had very good drainage, wasn't lacking anything, it retained enough moisture, ect ect.

I'd suggest it to anyone that wants organic or natural fertilizes in their mix. I'm almost certain Coco + hydro nutrients will surpass almost anything but hydro.
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Old 07-08-2008, 10:22 PM
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We need only wait for the delivery dude to get started...... MAYBE 2moro, Friday @ the latest.
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Old 07-10-2008, 09:27 AM
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for your side by side grow?
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Old 09-24-2010, 01:51 PM
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coco and humus

the humus is 50 organic matter and 50 percent cenizas (ashes... i think??)

is this a good way to go???
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Old 09-25-2010, 04:12 PM
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Hello all

Nice to see such a post! I m juste looking to make my mix better

But for basics I would say, I always add some Wormcastings and lot of perlite to any mix And I have tasty buds For best results guano is realy a good taste improver

I do use

10% perlite
10% Wormcasting
10% Mushroom compost
10% COCO

for each mix

For 20/25L of Grow/flo Mix


2L worm casting
2/3L “Tourbafum” Mushroom compost
2L perlite
2L coco
10/15L soil
+/-50G guanokalong (to 100G)
+/- 50g Fish bones flour
+/-40g Basalt Flour

NewMix
+/-15L soil
2L Wormcasting
2L tourbafum
2L Perlite
2L Coco
1,5/2L sand
4 teaspoon Bentonite / Clay
4 teaspoon Coccolites (Mg + Ca Ph+)
50g “Vinasse” 1-0-10
50g Fish bones Flour
50g Peru Guano
40 basalt flour

For drink... I do use Bionova Xcell for the humic acid.
Molasse tea 1 spoon/Gallon
GuanoTea 50g/L and than 6ml of the tea for 1L !! +/-Ph 6,3 !!

Good grow for all... and good experimentations

Drk

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