I’m a lazy trimmer but it’s all personal so I don’t mind!
THAT!Its an investment but you can reamend the soil and if done correctly will only get better over time and truly will save you money in the long run.
Buildasoil makes it easy to reamend your soil with a nutrient pack and mineral pack that comes out to about $18 per cubic foot and even less money if you buy both in bulk.
You add barley straw to your mix too, don't you?Are you asking about the "Buildasoil Craft Blend"? I use this in my soil mix and also as a top dress!
Craft Blend weighs about 8.3 Ounces per cup
Ingredients all Equal by Weight:
Adding up all of the Approximate NPK values published for these products from the manufacturer and then dividing by the amount of parts we end up with a very nice NPK guesstimate of 4-4-2. Once we get the blend tested we will publish actual results.
- Thorvin Premium Kelp Meal
- Karanja Cake - Terviva
- Alfalfa Meal
- Camelina Meal
- Crustacean Meal
- Fish Meal
- 3x Fish Bone Meal
- Soybean Meal
- Sul-Po-Mag (Also Known as K-Mag or Langbeinite)
- Malted Barley Grains (3 Varieties)
- Basalt - Local Colorado
- Oyster Flour
Here is an Amazon Link
Amazon.com : BuildASoil Craft Blend - Nutrient Pack (3 lb) : Garden & Outdoorwww.amazon.com
Here is the Buildasoil Link
BuildASoil Craft Blend started with a big workshop full of the best and cleanest soil amendments available. I quickly became spoiled and would use all of the BuildASoil ingredients together and in different combinations that aren't available here online. After discussing re-amending with a...buildasoil.com
Not to the mix itself, But I mulch with it. Because I mulch with it ends up getting mixed in with the soil I reamend and reuse. I have just started using partially composted wood as mulch.You add barley straw to your mix too, don't you?
I’ve got bales of clover/barley/lucerne blend for the horse but there was some many shoots when I used it on the veggies. I’m just not sure weather it was a good thing like a green mulch? Would you recommend using something like that?Not to the mix itself, But I mulch with it. Because I mulch with it ends up getting mixed in with the soil I reamend and reuse. I have just started using partially composted wood as mulch.
Here is a photo of soil from the last competition being reamended and you can clearly see the barley straw.
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Here is a photo of my partially composted wood(2 years). My hope is this makes a better environment for fungal growth.
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That's a Big Fat YES! where to start.....(keep in mind that unless you buy organically grown hay, lucerne and the like may contain pesticides.)I’ve got bales of clover/barley/lucerne blend for the horse but there was some many shoots when I used it on the veggies. I’m just not sure weather it was a good thing like a green mulch? Would you recommend using something like that?
I really didn’t do the strains justice first time in soil so I’m hoping to do better with their clones but still top smoke! The second from the top is Yantra an Aussie hybrid haven’t seen anyone grow it but me yet.Nice variety of buds there. Makes me want to light one up!
Is your Green Crack from seed or clone?Just popped some seeds
Sweet Black Angel x Goofy Grape regs breed by a trollitup grower
Gelato OG fem
Sugar Mill fem
I have some plants at various stages of veg
Incredible Bulk, freebies
Badazz Cheese, freebies
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I got 3 seeds from humboldt I’ve only popped 1. I’ve taken some clones if I like it I’ll run it again. Amazingly dank sounds just right.I've never actually checked out the product from the clone only but did pop a freebie green crack bean from humboldt seed organization and it is amazingly dank!