Seeds to weeds 1st timer


#41

Yes big buds for sure, but when its done right those are common results.

So, lets talk about your soil mixture now that I have a break between harvesting. Making your own soil mixture will be key in having an indoor and outdoor set up be successful. Here is a basic run down for your indoor “smaller” plants that will have shorter lives:

3 large 3 cubic feet peat moss soil
1 bag 1.5 cubic feet coco (just coco husks)
1 bag 1.5 cubic feet compost
1 bag 1.5 cubic feet bio-char
1 medium bag of red lava rocks
1 cup green sand
1 small bag of mycorrhizae inoculate
1 33lb worm gold plus
1 lbs fish bone meal
1 lbs crab meal
1 lbs high phosphorous bat guano
1 lbs blood meal
1 lbs bone meal
1 cup oyster shell
1 cup kelp meal
1 cup alfalfa meal
3/4 cup epsom salt
1 cup dolomite lime
2 cups azomite
2 tbsp powdered humic acid

This can all be mixed together and placed into bins or containers to cook for a couple weeks prior to use.

Now the holes outdoor will be us a similar mixture, but since they will be “larger” plants the ratios go up. The soil will also be placed into the holes differently too.

3 large 3 cubic feet peat moss soil
1 bag 1.5 cubic feet coco (just coco husks)
1 bag 1.5 cubic feet compost
1 bag 1.5 cubic feet bio-char
1 medium bag of red lava rocks
1 cup green sand
1 small bag of mycorrhizae inoculate
1 50lb worm gold plus
3 lbs fish bone meal
3 lbs crab meal
3 lbs high phosphorous bat guano
3 lbs blood meal
3 lbs bone meal
1 cup oyster shell
3 cup kelp meal
3 cup alfalfa meal
3/4 cup epsom salt
1 cup dolomite lime
2 cups azomite
2 tbsp powdered humic acid

This is the basic ratio for outdoor, but I will go over the process for the outdoor hole prep. I will also go over the order in which to mix and place the soil into the ground in the “outdoor set up” post for you later.


#42

Ok a picture of the Gold leaf, blue haze is similar but a smaller plant, Sucker leafs are now turning yellow are we close to harvest?