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NorCal's 2017 garden

Discussion in 'Organics' started by norcal mmj, Jan 28, 2017.

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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    Hi all, been slacking on post for a long time, here's to a new year. I've got 2 jilly bean and 2 blue dot plants ready to flip in a week. IMG_0098.JPG
     
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    ShLUbY

    ShLUbY Well-Known Member

    Happy New Year mang. Lookin forward to the the journey! Can't wait to see the Jilly!
     
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    calliandra

    calliandra Well-Known Member

    Ah yes, to the new year!
    Which is which in there? :D
    Cheers!
     
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    IMG_0108.JPG About ready for flower. Front left and back right are Jilly bean.
     
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    ShLUbY

    ShLUbY Well-Known Member

    oh yeah, those filled out nicely! gonna be a nice flip :)
     
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    Changed all my timers, light bulb and cleaned the floor. Tomorrow will be the first night of flower.
    Jilly bean
    IMG_0114.JPG .blue dot
    IMG_0115.JPG IMG_0116.JPG
     
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2017
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    Biggobelly

    Biggobelly Member

    Pulling up a chair and packing up a fresh bowl!
     
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    kkt3

    kkt3 Well-Known Member

    Wow, those are pretty ladies...:)
     
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    Thanks, hoping for a great round.
     
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    Jubilant

    Jubilant Well-Known Member

    The garden is looking great! Glad you are letting us in; looking forward to see them trichs! :hump:
     
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    Well dam, sites back and I can post pics ! Here I am at 20 days 12/12. IMG_0174.JPG IMG_0172.JPG
     
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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    great job !!!!
     
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    Has anyone tried mammoth p ? I got a 250 ml bottle for 50$ from my local store. Figured it's worth a shot. IMG_0217.JPG
     
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    ShLUbY

    ShLUbY Well-Known Member

    how did i forget to sub to this??? looking good man. Gonna be a nice organic observatory :)
     
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    Well I'm at day 27 of 12/12. Getting a few dead leaves finally but other than that it's looking great. IMG_0221.JPG IMG_0220.JPG
     
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    So here's my current method to my madness of organic growing. I'm making my own soil based off super soil but a little different. I'm using bacterial and fungal teas, just basic ones. Bacterial is 2 kinds earthworm casting, grain feed and vermiplex and alfalfa. Fungal is cali gold and DTE compost, buffaloam, soybean meal and insect frass. Got the recipes from my local grow store, so feel free to give suggestions, if I'm making mistakes. I'm also top dressing with Mr bs green trees bloom 2-8-6 in flower. Other additives are molasses, calcium from nectar for the gods, epsom salt for magnisum, coconut water, aloe vera, sprouted corn seed tea. I'm trying mammoth p and shilajit both of them my friends at the grow store talked me into trying and so far so good.

    Any input, ideas or suggestions welcome.
     
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2017
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

    Here is a pic under some normal light. IMG_0227.JPG
     
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    norcal mmj

    norcal mmj Well-Known Member

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    greasemonkeymann

    greasemonkeymann Well-Known Member

    whats up man, that doesn't look bad at all, i'd maybe leave out the topdress, the Epsom (could use d-lime), and the molasses
    add kelp meal and neem meal if possible, if you can't get neem meal try and add a lil steer manure in there for a sulfur shot
    you could easily go a simpler route but I bet that would grow herb juuuust fine as described.
    also make sure you get loads of aeration as well
    any minerals?
    basalt, granite, rock phosphate?
    Any liming ingredients like crab or shrimp meal?
    What is your base? peat or coco?
    lime?
     
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    Dragonsflamegenetics

    Dragonsflamegenetics Active Member

    Looking good to me man. Quite a few ways to skin the cat as they say. I've been really pleased with using bokashi as both a top dressing, and to make bokashi compost. Super cheap usually and soil comes to life with it. I can't speak about nectar of the gods, as I haven't run them, for calcium I been doing korean natural farming prep WsCa also cheap and very effective.
     

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