Houston we have a problem

Discussion in 'Organics' started by NugHeuser, Apr 14, 2018.


    NugHeuser Well-Known Member

    I mixed up a batch of some soil a week or so ago, a couple days ago I poured a little water in there, not much at all for how much soil is in there, maybe a quarter gal. into probably 20 gallons or so of soil, well I forgot about it and just checked and there's fuzzy mold everywhere. So is it garbage now?

    The mix contained used ffof soil, new ffof, crab shell meal, ewc, organicare dry veg nutes and organicare dry bloom nutes.

    Pretty sure this isn't the good kind of mold is it? 1523736331417377241473.jpg
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    NaturalFarmer Well-Known Member

    Perfectly normal. The crab shell is decomposing.
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    NugHeuser Well-Known Member

    Sweet. Should still it all around and moisten it back up? I never even bothered stiring it up the other day when I added that little bit of water

    NaturalFarmer Well-Known Member

    I guess it depends what you are doing with the soil and when you want to grow in it. If your roots can handle it then it should be ready but I wouldn't put a seedling in it yet.
    Stir it up and let it sit again if your plant isn't ready for it.
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    ShLUbY Well-Known Member

    if it has moisture, then it's fine. if it feels dry (which i'd be surprised by with all the fungal growth) then add some water. stir after the fungi subsides a bit, let it do its thing. just make sure the bottom isn't over moist. if it is, then stir it up for sure.
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    Chronikool Well-Known Member

    Soil lookz great.....white fluffy fungi....the best :)
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