Speed up subcool super soil breakdown process

Discussion in 'Subcool's Old School Organics' started by k.pippin10, Aug 17, 2016.

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    k.pippin10

    k.pippin10 Member

    How do I speed up the breakdown process for subcool's super soil. I generally wait the 6 weeks but I've heard you can add some sort of worm fluid to speed that up. Is this true or just mumbo jumbo? Lol
     
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    greasemonkeymann

    greasemonkeymann Well-Known Member

    a lacto tea would help.
    also bokashi.
    and try to maybe research to see the better recipes/techniques out there.
    that recipe/technique leaves a LOT to be improved...
     
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    k.pippin10

    k.pippin10 Member

    What is lacto tea? Home made or can I buy that in a hydroponics store?
     
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    DANK PURPY

    DANK PURPY Well-Known Member

    wow. I'm very interested in this! i wanna know the answer as well
    bongsmiliebongsmiliebongsmilie
     
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    greasemonkeymann

    greasemonkeymann Well-Known Member

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    Oriah

    Oriah Well-Known Member

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    subcoolgrower

    subcoolgrower Well-Known Member

    Good Things come to those who wait.

    Sub
     
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    El Stinko

    El Stinko Active Member

    I put a heating pad underneath my 18 gal. plastic storage tote 2/3 filled with cooking soil. Keeps the soil warmer (theoretically in my mind) speeding up the process.
     
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    Mason Jar 92705

    Mason Jar 92705 Well-Known Member

    Why can't u just wait the 6 weeks?
     
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    subcoolgrower

    subcoolgrower Well-Known Member

    Or 12 :)
    We always have 2 batches cooking ...Plan ahead

    Sub
     
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    El Stinko

    El Stinko Active Member

    I really should have two batches. Because I added some worm poop and coco coir to my batch that was ready and am going to need it. Half done harvesting the Vortex,. Scissor hash is just plain deadly!!! Eight weeks.
    Vortex 8 weeks.jpg
     
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