Discussion in 'Organics' started by Jay7t5, Mar 14, 2017.
plenty warm enough.
Cheers mate I've mixed it up now but I didn't get my humic acid in time is it ok to add in a few days?
yeah that's fine. just dont keep adding things to it. once you get it all in there, mix it once or twice a week for 4-6ish weeks and you're good to go
if you get fulpower you can add it in with your teas, just a thought.
Well all mixed up guys I've gone with subcools scaled down 1/16 just to try it out im using 20ltr pots
25litre plagron batmix
5 litre EWC
10 tbls bone meal
8 tbls blood
1.5 tbls Epsom
1 tbls garden lime Ca03 not dolomite
4 tbls volcanic rock dust no azomite in uk??
8tbls kelp meal
2 litre perlite
3 litre coco not mixed in yet soaking brick
Its a nightmare in uk trying to source some ingredients so i hope this would suffice I've read a lot of people's own twist on subcools so I've taken elements of theirs, anyone who has any constructive criticism to offer please feel free. Do you think id get away with a 15 litre pot for super soil or would 20 be more suitable. I only have a small room so space is a massive issue im glad I've learned how to top LST or od be in trouble lol , oh and 1 other think would it be beneficial to add a dose of tea to moisten the super soil for the cooking process? Thanks for your input folks really is helpful ✌
The natural gardener for best quality seaweed and neem meal in the UK and the organic catalogue for most other amendments, a little late now I guess, but good for future reference
you should be able to get everything from ebay i lovs sub supersoil you should read this also
Recipes for Success: Building Your Own Organic Potting Soilhttps://www.maximumyield.com/recipes-for-success-building-your-own-organic-potting-soil/2/1006
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