8x8 raised 18 ich beds

T

The Hemp Goddess

Guest
I am just in awe of your plants and the growth rate. Beautiful!
 
T

The Hemp Goddess

Guest
I just noticed that you made your beds out of OSB. How does that hold up?
 

Mountain209man

Big nug hunter
Joined
Feb 22, 2011
Messages
334
Reaction score
7
The OSB is good for around three years if u are not walking in your beds and blowing them out but could always use more supports in the middles of the eight ft sides like a true post or even rebar. I am always building at a new spot. If and when I own a place i plan on using some thick cut cedar instead
 

mojoganjaman

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 1, 2012
Messages
84
Reaction score
4
I would be more concerned with the adhesives used to make the boards leetching into the soil...not sure if it is a prob...I avoid anything not organic in my yard....my .02



mojo
 

Mountain209man

Big nug hunter
Joined
Feb 22, 2011
Messages
334
Reaction score
7
I would be more concerned with the adhesives used to make the boards leetching into the soil...not sure if it is a prob...I avoid anything not organic in my yard....my .02



mojo

Was hoping for the same just a lil pricey and very time consuming if u wanted to cut some for yourself. One day will be 1000% organic but until then I can only do my best to feed the girls with quality food and water
 

mojoganjaman

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 1, 2012
Messages
84
Reaction score
4
pretty cheap to dig holes and add quality soil...just my cheap mind workin'....lol





mojo
 

Mountain209man

Big nug hunter
Joined
Feb 22, 2011
Messages
334
Reaction score
7
Red clay has very poor drainage. I'm above ground for that reason. Could have mounded up soil for nothing. But prefer a little more moisture retention and did not the idea of being venerable to moles gophers and other critters. Have had many thoughts and this seems to be working for me and wat I am trying to achieve
 

mojoganjaman

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 1, 2012
Messages
84
Reaction score
4
ahhhh....yeah, clay sucks...I'm in gravel/sandy dirt...excellent drainage...stay the course, and green mojo!!





mojo
 
R

Rosebud

Guest
O M G I can't believe this! What beautiful plants... I must have something more to say but my mouth is hanging open. You rocked this amazing dude. I am just amazed.
 

zem

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 6, 2009
Messages
3,341
Reaction score
859
WOW! they are huge! They look bigger than last year, very very nice. What are the strains that you are growing? They seem to love the climate.
 

St_Nick

Two_Toke
Joined
May 6, 2014
Messages
3,678
Reaction score
6,337
Beautiful plants. Love the raised bed planters.:vap-leafy_wave:
 

Mountain209man

Big nug hunter
Joined
Feb 22, 2011
Messages
334
Reaction score
7
Thanks all the biggest ones are the Chocolope crosses and the Sour Tangie crosses but some nice Tahoe OG and also Phantom Cookie crosses as well. Smallest are my Saphire OG crosses but they are furthest into flower and get the most shade. Also have my Holy Grail OG crosses to fill out the plot of 24 legal plants. Dry amendments and grow more liquid kelp, nectar of the gods yucca, microbe life bloom and also bio thrive bloom (veganic), compost + molasses all make into my tea brewer these days
 

Latest posts

Top