Indoor no-till experiment: the permajournal

Right there with ya my guy! Maybe one day they’ll come back

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Your durbans are in living soil right? They look incredible, love the color you got goin in the fan leaves

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121 days above ground
88 since the flip

I brought one down about two weeks ago, but want to post a few pics of the lady that is still there. She’s pushing hard!! @monkman ive headed that advice (finally) to let this lady run as long ash she’s standing. I’ve had to tie up some of the lower branches to keep the buds out of the dirt!!


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Yea man. This is the 4th harvest from the same soil now…. I keep Autos in pots where I change soil, but the big container is same from the start +bokashi after the first harvest.

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Beautiful plant, props for sticking with your method and not giving up. The reward is obvious in all that bud porn :heart_eyes:

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Glad to see your experiment is working out for you. Looks like you’re going to get a nice Harvest this round.:+1:

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great job scylents! plants look great!

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Hmmmm, might help to cover the surface of your grow box with a thick mil white plastic, or something Tuck in around the edges. Allot of bug food laying in and around your box. Just a thought! I would get a foot powder bottle, fill with DE and dust when your soil is dry on top! Been using DE for years :wink:

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I’m taking a more ‘spiritual’ approach. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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awe… :ok_hand: :sunglasses: :v:

So the final haul on the Durban was a massive success.

In all that lady was
Above ground for 135 days
Under 12/12 for 102 days




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Also worth posting the color my skittlz are showing…

These are not in the big no till pot…



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New white widow bean dropped directly into the big pot this morning. :sunglasses::grin:

Hopefully she pops.

This is going in the no till pot with no amendment or rest period. I will continue to use organic supplements…

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The Skittles looks gorgeous!
Quick question, are you using bokashi in your pot for your organic to break down some of the matter?

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I have, and I intended to rest it outside in the spring with bokashi buried inside.

But yea, I put Bokashi in there once so far, we’ll see if another round is too much organic material or not…

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very nice harvest and love the colours on the skittlz … :ok_hand: :sunglasses: :v:

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The white widow popped up this weekend.

I think I’ll call her Wendy.

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great colors man

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Been a while. hope all is well. Talking true organic with my son and had to check on your thread for stuff. Hope to hear from you soon.

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