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  • Hey man, I know we talked about craft blend and I have been using it to top dress but now am mixing soil. Do you have any suggestions on using it? I use 7 gal pots and 15 gal sips.
    PadawanWarrior
    PadawanWarrior
    Just mix some in with the soil when you mix it. Don't overdo it, because you can keep top dressing with it when you need to.
    Mind helping me out? Pretty new here. Using ffof/ffhf 5050 mix. About 2 weeks into flower and transplanted to fresh soil 3gal pots 4 weeks ago. Just ordered some BAS build a flower to top dress and take me to the finish. I wanted to start a no till and recharge it. What exactly did you add to your ffof to start your no till? Thanks man.
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    Yellowboatyellowboat
    Yellowboatyellowboat
    Also when you added your aeration did you top dress or mix it in to restart the no till process?
    PadawanWarrior
    PadawanWarrior
    I mixed all that shit all throughout the soil. But I do add pumice or lava rock to my vermicompost top dressing, along with whatever else a I decide to add. Also 3 gal is a bit small for no-till. I'm pushing it with 15 gal.
    Yellowboatyellowboat
    Yellowboatyellowboat
    Yeah this was my first indoor. My first real grow actually lol. I planted 13 bag seeds from my buddy. So i jyst used 3 gal. If i could do it over I would do 4 in 10 gal. Maybe I will reammend it and mix it up and then start my no till. Thanks dawg. You the man!
    Yo bro wassup! I think I found out what the issue is with my seedling way to much water. I removed some of the bark too to help gain some oxygen to the roots. As I was removing some soil I noticed a lot of dark soil. :( So that's why she's growing slow. To much water. Also when I rotated it the leaf has purple on the underside is it to cold or what? Have a good day bro much love. #420
    PadawanWarrior
    PadawanWarrior
    Well, I'm doing no-till living soil now, so I try to keep my soil moist, but not wet, to keep my microbes and worms happy. Adding extra aeration like pumice or lava rock will allow more O2 to the roots. Pumice is a lot lighter though. Lava rock is heavy as shit, but I use both.
    tko2184
    tko2184
    I have a 45 gallon pot ( not to jack thread) w a living soil of like to introduce worms to the soil and would like to know if I could put 25 in there and would that work? I haven’t yet used the soil as I mixed it and plan on using the soil in the pot I have it sitting in the bin I lightly watered and am currently brewing a compost tea which will be done tom. Can I use the worms are they enough?
    PadawanWarrior
    PadawanWarrior
    I have red wigglers in my soil. I posted a thread about it. Worms will reproduce if they're happy.
    Thanks man for the advice! I'm gonna abandoned fox farm after this run,its way to much of a balancing act with this brand... I'm willing to work with a brand ,but always seeing stuff about fox farm raises eyebrows
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    GroBuddy
    I prefer fox farm. Happy frog for seedlings and transplanting into ocean Forest. No need to add perlit or peat moss, and I hardly ever have to feed. Saves me money I have to buy my water anyways RO water 0ppms and I still may feed once a month, nutes are expensive waters a quarter a gallon. Basically I read my ppms going in and coming out, fox farms is packed with nutrients making your work easier from my experience.
    PadawanWarrior
    PadawanWarrior
    We were talking about the Fox Farms chemical nutes. I love their soil. I started with FFOF, and now have turned mine into no-till.
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    GroBuddy
    Yes sir my mistake, the nutrients line definitely less equals more.
    Hey man I just wanted to say thanks for all your help!! My plants love my new HLG and all the other advice you’ve given me has helped me so much
    Much love and happy growing
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