Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by Humanrob, Apr 2, 2016.
Last year, I wasn't on RIU much. Read your SIP thread thought I would reply.
Glad you found it useful, a lot of people have contributed a lot of good information to this thread. SIPs definitely have solid advantages, it's just finding the right fit for the situation at hand. I look forward to hearing how your grow goes
Is anyone doing a sip no till style. How are you guys re-amending?
My outdoor SIPs are no till. I don't do shit to them over the winter. I leave the root balls in them all winter and don't even bother covering them. In the spring I amend with some lime and a little bit of worm castings. I might scrape out a little bit of the old roots before planting. Then it's just organic slow release dry ferts. This year I'm going to try a top dress with worm castings, Bu's Biodynamic and bokashi. I'll probably add some azomite as well. I use my soil for about three years and then add it to my yard landscaping.
Cool so just a top dress and then a layer of EWC.
do you have earthworms in it? Also do you mulch or use the plastic?
GOod Morning Sip Growers
Good morning. I'm SIPping my coffee...
Me too. Freshly roasted last night
Just the coffee?
flowers i bought my wife,, sitting under some CREE Leds on the kitchen island
I got "Freshly Roasted" last night myself hahhaah
So far. Bought to visit the ladies and jump on that double entendre
Pounce on that stuff!!
Half Way there
SIPs otherwise I'm just a jerk bragging about coffee.....
Cover crop is holding in all moisture big sips ftw
i have really learned to DIG the look of cover crop lately,, just ads an homey natural feeling
My household was roasted/toasted/and lit up on some of @Tim Fox 's excellent headband bud, and cannabudder brownies last night. Big thanks Mr. Fox
I love the cover crop, @Jp.the.pope -- the only thing I've used (mostly outdoors) is red clover, what else are you using? (sorry if you've 'covered' that already... my memory is weak and my laziness is strong...)
I bought a micro clover mix from build a soil. It has like 12 different kinds of seed. All help fix different nutrients.
I'll see if I can find a link. On a side note, all my plants are loving it. Sip and no sip.
I think I found it - ?
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