Will's grow journal into the unknown

Yes, i use something just like pro mix just made by a different company.
And i do use it for vegg and flower.
I’ll post the 1/2 and full recipe for ya when i get back on my computer. Ok

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Update

The seeds are in and the clock is ticking.

First up …remember I told you that i had found a hole lot of seeds ?
Well here they are. I took 6 bottles and put some of each on the plate.

The other plate are the seeds from ILGM
They are …

  1. Gold Leaf
  2. Granddaddy Purple
  3. Gorilia G

The Bag Seeds

ILGM 6Seeds

All seeds were started at 8:30am est
On Oct 28 2018

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HERE IS THAT POST ON SOIL RECIPES

Now for the break out of this recipe for those that do not need a mix on this massive scale.

Full Recipe
8 large bags of a high-quality organic potting soil with coco fiber and mycorrhizae (i.e., your base soil)
25 to 50 lbs of organic worm castings
5 lbs steamed bone meal
5 lbs bloom bat guano
5 lbs blood meal
3 lbs rock phosphate
¾ cup Epson salts
½ cup sweet lime (dolomite)
½ cup azomite (trace elements)
2 tablespoons powdered humic acid

1/2 Recipe
4 large bags of a high-quality organic potting soil with coco fiber and mycorrhizae (i.e., your base soil)
12.5 to 25 lbs of organic worm castings
2.5lbs steamed bone meal
2.5lbs bloom bat guano
2.5lbs blood meal
1.5lbs rock phosphate
3/8 cup or 6 tablespoons Epsom Salts
1/4 cup or 4 tablespoon sweet lime (dolomite)
1/4 cup or 4 tablespoons azomite (trace elements)
1 tablespoon powdered humic acid

1/4 Recipe
2 large bags of a high-quality organic potting soil with coco fiber and mycorrhizae (i.e., your base soil)
6.25 to 12.5 lbs of organic worm castings
1.25lbs or 20 ounces steamed bone meal
1.25lbs or 20 ounces bloom bat guano
1.25lbs or 20 ounces blood meal
3/4 lbs rock phosphate
3/16 cup or 3 tablespoons Epsom Salts
1/8 cup or 2 tablespoons sweet lime (dolomite)
1/8 cup or 2 tablespoons azomite (trace elements)
1.5 teaspoons powdered humic acid

1/8 Recipe
1 large bags of a high-quality organic potting soil with coco fiber and mycorrhizae (i.e., your base soil)
3.125 to 6.25 lbs of organic worm castings
.625 lbs or 5/8 lbs or 10 ounces steamed bone meal
.625 lbs or 5/8 lbs or 10 ounces bloom bat guano
.625 lbs or 5/8 lbs or 10 ounces blood meal
3/8 lbs or 6 ounces rock phosphate
3/32 cup or 1.5 tablespoons Epsom Salts
1/16 cup or 1 tablespoon sweet lime (dolomite)
1/16 cup or 1 tablespoon azomite (trace elements)
3/4 teaspoon powdered humic acid

I have found myself in the Organic section of GC a lot lately and have learned a lot from the great group hanging out here.

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Awesome post! Bookmarked this one! How you felling bud, did you have the surgery yet?

I think I can break it down a bit more …hold on while I get it from my files

@garrigan65’s soil recipe:
Full Recipe
8 1.5 cubic ft bags of Roots Organics soil or a high-quality organic potting soil with coco fiber and mycorrhizae (i.e., your base soil)
25 to 50 lbs of organic worm castings
5 lbs steamed bone meal
5 lbs bloom bat guano
5 lbs blood meal
3 lbs rock phosphate
¾ cup Epson salts
½ cup sweet lime (dolomite)
½ cup azomite (trace elements)
2 tablespoons powdered humic acid

1/2 Recipe
4 1.5 cubic ft bags of Roots Organics
12.5 to 25 lbs of organic worm castings
2.5lbs steamed bone meal
2.5lbs bloom bat guano
2.5lbs blood meal
1.5lbs rock phosphate
3/8 cup or 6 tablespoons Epsom Salts
1/4 cup or 4 tablespoon sweet lime (dolomite)
1/4 cup or 4 tablespoons azomite (trace elements)
1 tablespoon powdered humic acid

1/4 Recipe
2 1.5 cubic ft bags of Roots Organics
6.25 to 12.5 lbs of organic worm castings
1.25lbs or 20 ounces steamed bone meal
1.25lbs or 20 ounces bloom bat guano
1.25lbs or 20 ounces blood meal
3/4 lbs rock phosphate
3/16 cup or 3 tablespoons Epsom Salts
1/8 cup or 2 tablespoons sweet lime (dolomite)
1/8 cup or 2 tablespoons azomite (trace elements)
1.5 teaspoons powdered humic acid

1/8 Recipe
1 1.5 cubic ft bag of Roots Organics
3.125 to 6.25 lbs of organic worm castings
.625 lbs or 5/8 lbs or 10 ounces steamed bone meal
.625 lbs or 5/8 lbs or 10 ounces bloom bat guano
.625 lbs or 5/8 lbs or 10 ounces blood meal
3/8 lbs or 6 ounces rock phosphate
3/32 cup or 1.5 tablespoons Epsom Salts
1/16 cup or 1 tablespoon sweet lime (dolomite)
1/16 cup or 1 tablespoon azomite (trace elements)
3/4 teaspoon powdered humic acid

This better
Soil Recipe to be mixed with 1 to 1/1/2 cu ft of base soil

.3125 lb or 5 oz Fishbone Meal 3-16-0

.3125 lb or 5 oz Steamed Bone Meal 2-14-0

.625 lb or 10 oz Bat Guano 0-7-0

.3125 lb or 5 oz Blood Meal 13-0-0

.3125 lb or 5 oz Feather Meal 12-0-0

.375 lb or 6 oz Colloidal Rock Phosphate 0-3-0

1 tbsp Potassium Sulfate 0-0-53

1 tbsp Souluble Kelp Powder 0-0-17

1 tbsp Mycorrhizal Fungi (300 spores per gram)

3/4 tsp Powdered Humic Acid (90 % pure)

1 1/2 tbsp Epsom Salt

1tbsp Sweet Lime (Dolomite)

1 tbsp Asomite (Trace Elements)

6.25 lbs Worm Castings

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Thanks @garrigan62!

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No problem you name it I got it…lol

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This Thursday is when im having the surgery

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Well good luck, I’ll be praying for you.

Many thanks @garrigan62 Question…full recipe for how many 15 gal containers? Are the containers tall or wide? Good luck with your surgical experience. Speedy recovery. Happy Halloween!

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Good luck on your surgery today @garrigan62! Sending good vibes your way! Should be a quick recovery.

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Hope all went well today!

Hey man. @garrigan62 Hope your surgery went well. Speedy recovery brother.

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@stretchgfw.1957

Hey there my friend all went better than excepted. The only thing is I itch all F’N over … lol
I can only do this for a short period at a time. But other than that not to to bad… There is one thing I know for sure…I’m high as a kite.I lmfao

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Rest bro just rest and take it easy

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just doing this for now lol bigtoke

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Ok here is the update for the month of November 3rd
They are started in I gal smart pots and Pro Mix, worm-castings and
Bat Guano ( MEXICAN ) Water is rain water

GORILIA GLUE

GORILIA GLUE

GOLD LEAF

GRAND DADDY PURPLE

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@garrigan62 I notice you mix your own soil. In doing so does that mean that you only have to water since it has all those nutrients already mixed in the soil? And if so do you think you get a better quality product than say with ff or advanced nutes? And lastly, sorry, do you believe it is cost effective vs. commercial nutes?

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I am on a limited budget and all of this can get quite costly. Not just start up, but maintenance also. My soil cost me $7.00 for a bag and the girls seem to really like it but I use ff nutes. Where as the pro mixes are anywhere from 58.00 to 96.00. I just have a hard time paying that for dirt. I have a GG and a GDP like you wish I had a gold leaf, I hear they are beautiful.

GG GDP

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