Categories
BLOG

dr earth soil cannabis

Please Visit Our Paid Sponsors

  • Please log in to reply

#1 scott88

  • Seasoned Members
  • 117 posts
    • Bueller, GeeGee, Spaceview and 4 others like this

    Please Visit Our Paid Sponsors

    #2 GeeGee

    Sheep connoisseur extraordinaire

  • Seasoned Members
  • 7941 posts
    • Bueller, Spaceview, papadank and 1 other like this

    #3 scott88

  • Seasoned Members
  • 117 posts
    • Bueller, GeeGee, papadank and 1 other like this

    #4 robotdinosaur

    Medicinal MJ User/Grower/Advocate

  • Seasoned Members
  • 2145 posts
    • Bueller, Spaceview, papadank and 1 other like this

    #5 Bueller

  • Seasoned Members
  • 26124 posts
    • Spaceview, papadank and DEBhasgrn like this

    #6 scott88

  • Seasoned Members
  • 117 posts
  • I would use it Scott, I’ve looked at the bag contents before on their website . still need to cut it a bit with coco or pro mix and added perlite but it should do fine for you through veg and well into flower with some nutrients added during flower till finish.
    Pete

    sounds good. Ill let you know how it goes. Ive still got a lil pile left of my ednas best so the update might be a little slow lol.

    At first I liked mixing up the nutes and doing the PH thing. not so much anymore. I really like the idea of mixing up a good soil with everything in it and just adding water and maybe a lil molasses or something else small and easy. and natural lol.

    • Bueller, GeeGee, Spaceview and 2 others like this

    #7 Bueller

  • Seasoned Members
  • 26124 posts
    • GeeGee, Spaceview, robotdinosaur and 1 other like this

    #8 Spaceview

    Fair and Balanced Honoured Member

  • Seasoned Members
  • 3838 posts
    • Bueller, GeeGee and DEBhasgrn like this

    #9 scott88

  • Seasoned Members
  • 117 posts
    • Bueller, GeeGee, Spaceview and 1 other like this

    #10 Spaceview

    Fair and Balanced Honoured Member

  • Seasoned Members
  • 3838 posts
    • Bueller, GeeGee and robotdinosaur like this

    #11 scott88

  • Seasoned Members
  • 117 posts
    • GeeGee, Spaceview and robotdinosaur like this

    #12 GeeGee

    Sheep connoisseur extraordinaire

  • Seasoned Members
  • 7941 posts
    • Spaceview likes this

    #13 Spaceview

    Fair and Balanced Honoured Member

  • Seasoned Members
  • 3838 posts
  • #14 papadank

    TGA Green Avenger

  • Seasoned Members
  • 96 posts
    • Location Land of Oz

    • Spaceview likes this

    #15 Spaceview

    Fair and Balanced Honoured Member

  • Seasoned Members
  • 3838 posts
    • papadank likes this

    #16 mediuse

    Words, Theory’s, Idea’s. I got ’em!

  • Seasoned Members
  • 4529 posts
    • Location :O

    • Spaceview likes this

    #17 scott88

  • Seasoned Members
  • 117 posts
    • Spaceview and papadank like this

    #18 scott88

  • Seasoned Members
  • 117 posts
    • Spaceview and papadank like this

    #19 papadank

    TGA Green Avenger

  • Seasoned Members
  • 96 posts
    • Location Land of Oz

    SCOTT,
    For flowering soil, you have 2 choices; Use liquid flowering nutrients you mix with water or putting dry, organic high Phosphorous like Bone Meal in your soil. I have heard of people just putting the high “P” nutrients in their soil, mixing it up and putting their plant’s in it, but I am against that. High Phosphorous nutrients are aged meaning they are not available to the plants the way Nitrogen is, so you have to cook it or compost it for 3 weeks or longer. In short, mix a big batch of soil with the fertilizer in it, water it and put it outside in the heat for several weeks. This starts the composting process and the fertilizer will be broken down by the good microbials then the plants roots can start to use them. I noticed you stated in another post you were kind of new at this. Just helping ya out 😎
    You can also check out liquid flowering nutrients like Earth Juice and many others. These are ready to go and the plants roots will start up-taking the nutrients right away. I am using Earth Juice on the 4 plants I just put in the Dr. Earth’s soil.

    Keep us informed Scott and where are the pictures.
    Peace,
    PD

    oh and as a side note, I made a veggie/herb garden with this soil and a bulk compost mix and my garden went absolutely bonkers. I only water and dont use ferts for that garden.

    Edited by papadank, 21 June 2010 – 03:14 AM.

    Dedicated to medical and legal cannabis ]]>