recycle soil question?

Discussion in 'Organics' started by im4satori, Sep 1, 2017.

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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    ah ok

    its not oil

    its to sop up spilled oil

    so it holds moisture?
     
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    Buba Blend

    Buba Blend Well-Known Member

    Is the guano in ffof high in N?
    They use a fossilized bat guano, isn't that a high P guano?
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    not sure , could be

    mine was only a guess
     
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    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

    Fossilized Guano is high P and virtually no N.
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    looked at the bag

    it does say fossilized

    so if the guano is P then my next guess is the emulsion must be a good aprt of the N source

    which would make sense given the order in which there listed on the label
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    so here what I ended up recycling it with

    original soil 1/3 peat,compost, perlite

    per 18 gallons recycled/amemded with
    0 compost
    1 gallon peat
    1 gallon perlite
    1 gallon pine bark (has a little compost in it, peters planting mix)
    3 gallons biochar
    3/4 cup oyster shell
    2 cups gypsum
    10 oz feather meal
    5oz bonemeal
    2 cups green sand
    2 cups mix

    mix
    2 part kelp
    2 part alfalfa
    1part crab
    1 part neem
    1/2 part fish
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    next time I brew some tea im going to dampen the soil and add some high N fish emulsion to offset the loss of N in the not adding additional compost

    if I end up light on N I got mex guano and fish if need be

    but im hoping the feather meal will make up the difference and get me later into bloom before they ask for more N
     
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