option genius review

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We worked with chemists who have over 30 years of experience developing notable household products that you know, and probably love. Our spray is eco-friendly, non-toxic, and made in the USA (yee-haw). Once the spray has worked its magic, all traces of smoke odor will be virtually undetectable. What you’re left with is our thoughtfully mixed fragrance, made with organic essential oils that are easy on the nose and the environment. I've recently started jumping out of the chemical line nutes and into brewing my own teas and organics. I would love a little advice on my choices and maybe to have someone fill in the blanks. I'm using Just Right Xtra Potting Mix and growing indoors. I've decided to brew Alfalfa Tea (fermented) due to the amazing things I've read about it. It has a NPK ratio of about: [FONT="]Nitrogen 3.75-5.5 % Potassium .75 - 3.5 % Phosphorus .3 - .7% .

I've also made a worm casting tea which has lower N, high P and moderate K. I'm worried I have too much N when it's time to switch over to flowering and was wondering what to switch to as a feed. I've been reading that normally the soil has what it needs but wanted to ask around. I made the switch from chemical to 95% all organic, myself. I have seen a huge difference, from beautiful lush vegging plants with no burnt leaf tips, no purple stems, no defeciencies, all the way to more potent, better tasting buds that are reaching amazing potential. I use a lot of Advanced Nutrients products, and I noticed their main organic sources used are Fish Emulsions, Earthworm Castings, Volcanic Ashes, Alfalfa, Yucca, Fermented Composts, . Since you already have the earthworm (which is absolutely great) and alfalfa taken care of, I would look into all the various raw materials that I could compost such as egg shells, avacado peels, seafood bones & shells, and start composting them in a tumble bucket til they are broken down. From there you can create your mixture with that and leave it in a large barrel to ferment for a week or so, and then I would strain & filter it into another barrel before feeding to your plants. I'm not sure how you could do volcanic ashes or others properly yourself, you'd have to do a lil more reading up on that. But I think you're def heading in the right direction! Worst case scenario, you may have to buy a few organic compounds to add to what you're brewing, but regardless you'll save money and be much better off by staying away from those harsh & potent synthetics! My Nutrient Closet: -Adv Nutrients Organic Iguana Juice Grow -Adv Nutrients Organic Grandma Enggy's Humic Acid -Adv Nutrients Organic Grandma Enggy's Fulvic Acid -Adv Nutrients Organic B Complex -Adv Nutrients Organic Nirvana -Adv Nutrients Organic MotherEarth Super Bloom Tea -Adv Nutrients Organic Voodoo Juice -Adv Nutrients Organic Bud Candy -Adv Nutrients Organic Final Phase -Tropical Organics Banana Extract -Botanicare SWEET Organic Carbo (Berry, Grape, & Citrus flavors) -Botanicare Organic Cal-Mag -Botanicare Organic Silica Blast -Roots Organic OregonISM XL Beneficial Bacteria w/ Yucca, Kelp, Alfalfa, & H-2 -Espoma Organic Garden Lime (Raises/Neutralizes PH to 7) & Organic Soil Acidifier (if PH ever gets too high which is rare with my water source) -Lots of EcoSmart Organic Insecticide -Just ordered some Adv Nutrients Kushie Kush, as well! I've recently started jumping out of the chemical line nutes and into brewing my own teas and organics. I would love a little advice on my choices and maybe to have someone fill in the blanks. I'm using Just Right Xtra Potting Mix and growing indoors. I've decided to brew Alfalfa Tea (fermented) due to the amazing things I've read about it. It has a NPK ratio of about: [FONT="]Nitrogen 3.75-5.5 % Potassium .75 - 3.5 % Phosphorus .3 - .7% . I've also made a worm casting tea which has lower N, high P and moderate K. I'm worried I have too much N when it's time to switch over to flowering and was wondering what to switch to as a feed. I've been reading that normally the soil has what it needs but wanted to ask around. First, congratulations on getting away from the chemical marketing game. Organic growing is like being pregnant; there's no such thing as a little pregnant. Using salt based chemicals will ruin the living soil you're creating with organics. Does it have a nutrient package or is it just plain potting soil? I ask because most organic grows, indoor and outdoor, have all the necessary nutrients in the grow medium. That's the reason they don't require nutrient supplements and also why many organic growers prefer mixing their own grow mediums. AACT (actively aerated compost teas) drench and foliar applications provide little to no nutritional supplements. Their primary function is supplementing microbe colonies on the leaves and stems and in the grow medium.

Those microbes are the vehicles which, among other functions, provide decomposition of grow medium nutrients to service plant requirements.

If you're going organic you won't have to be concerned with the possibility of too much nitrogen being present during the flowering cycle. The plant is always in charge and will take what it requires from your living soil.

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