Discussion in 'Organics' started by Mohican, Jan 16, 2017.
That stuff wont burn mo. I have done what u did. . It had to be something else. Looks like spray.
BTW. I had a Hermie. Did in the whole gh. I'm reset and going strong again though. Crazy year this year tbh.
I think between the heat and getting a whole bags worth of that stuff soaked in, that it did burn it. I should have scooped it all out and only gave it a little layer. When I finally scooped out the big slab of mush it was gaggingly gross. I gave bits of it to all of the gardens. Everything else is doing wonderfully.
Which strain hermed?
It's a sore subject... Two... Both not mine. Let's just say I learned some valuable lessons this year...
I understand. I don't take any gift strains any more for that very reason.
A few garden quickies.
The resin is starting to cover the Mystery Dirt Pipes girl:
Some seeds forming from the frozen Maui Wowie pollen:
Do you see the little monster?
Fucking hoppers. Hate them. Killed many this season
Looking great Mo
@calliandra - how is it going?
I picked up a new camera a few days ago and I am busy learning how to use it. Hopefully I will have some test pictures up here soon.
The Proto is really starting to stack on flowers and the Mystery Dirt Pipes is soooo frosty! It looks like the Mr. Goo.
Some pics from the new camera. I also switched to PhotoShop CC from PaintShop Pro.
For LordJin if you are still out there (it is all your fault!):
A few more:
New camera takes great pics.
lovely clarity to the pics Mo. whatcha get?
Nice on the new cam Mo, pics look great, nice clarity and colour
Thanks all! I am still taking online classes for this monster.
It is a blustery day today!
Tut tut, it looks like rain.
rained here early this morning, light, but still rain
Galopping sideways haha
Learning to assess microbial biomass now, so I'll be able to be more precise in judging the quality of the microbial life in my samples - and hoping to get my first round of regulars started before the year ends
Gosh your new cam takes amazing pix! As if your beautiful garden needed enhancing But yes we get to see more of its glory this way - lovely!
I finally chopped the last two branches on the Blula. I'll throw some worm bin goodness on top of it and some kelp meal and let it cook for next go around.
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