Does anyone here use anything of the sort in their indoor grow? Such as clovers?
Some folks do, and some folks don’t. Not sure I would use clover.
What is your need for cover crops in your indoor grow?
@bigdaddyflexn , good morning my friend, some of use do, if you are going all organic, i Wouldn’t try if you plan to use synthetic fertilizers, check out @BlackShirt, he grows awsome organic marijuana, has a thearead called No-till garden, he’s in fliwering stage at the moment on his grow, and has some Beautiful pics
No till is an outdoor method and this member wanted to know about indoor grow.
@Mrcrabs thanks for the link I’m growing in a super soil as my medium.
@latewood I assume I have no need - it’s one of those things like you said some people do and don’t. I usually only see it with outdoor grows but a caregiver in my state uses a multiple of cover crop with all his ladies. So I’m curious what people think.
Sweet, good luck on your grow my friend
@Mrcrabs, what is the name of blackshirts grow?
@AAA its called No-till garden by blackshirt,i don’t know how to put links but im sure you can find it by searching
Found it, way to easy. I’ll be studying tonight.
Thank you @Mrcrabs
I don’t see how clovers would make a for a bad companion plant. I see people do it all the time indoors and outdoors. If anything, the plants will benefit from the extra nitrogen being added to the soil.
@Growyourown That’s what I’ve read, I have 2 ILGM Blue dreams waiting to sprout I’m gonna do one with clovers and one without to see that difference over the grow
Here’s a post from @BlackShirt, they explain the idea of clover cover crop better than anything else on the internet I can find!
But I put a regular earthworm into one of my plants pots to see what would happen, free worm shit, keeps my soil from sitting bc there wiggling around I there. But again I’m no pro and no reason to believe it’s worth while…