Lemon Jack's Organic Flusterbustle

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  1. Jan 28, 2012 #1

    Lemon Jack

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    Well here it is gonna be Im gonna try to switch to organics. I ordered new seeds yesterday strains at bottom.

    I just finished mixing my new soil. I used 3 parts sphangnum peat moss 1.5 parts mushroom compost amd 1.5 parts clean hydroton.

    I alson added 7 tbls of blood meal. 14 tbls. of bone meal 7 tbls. of kelp meal and 14 tbls of dolomite lime.

    I watered it all down with a little mollasses and water. I know I'm jumping the gun starting this journal, but Im really anxious to get going lol:p .

    Oh ya almost forgot the strains:
    Greenhouse
    Chemdog
    King's Kush
    Bubba Kush

    Delicious
    Fruity Chronic Juice

    Sweet Seeds
    Green Poison

    G13 Labs
    Pineapple Express

    Nirvana
    Snow White

    World Of Seeds
    Madness

    Well until I get them have a seat in the corner and get ready for the show. Im gonna need some help from you organic og's as well. Thanks everyone.
     
  2. Jan 28, 2012 #2

    Rosebud

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    Welcome to the organic side..

    That is a great line up. The greenest of mojo to you and this new grow. Let us know if we can help. Sounds like you have a great start.
     
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    nouvellechef

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    When you say in parts. Tell me how many cubic feet of medium you made from peat alone. 1? 2?
     
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    I used a 3 gallon pail. I used 3 gallons peat 1.5 gallons hydrotonAndersony musroom compost.

    I went a little heavier on the hydroton and compost I think as I ended up with right at seven gallons of mix.

    I know I didn't make much soil but this is just a trial makin sure it works out I got plenty more ingredients and plan on making much more when I got the recipe right
     
  5. Jan 28, 2012 #5

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    K. I just wanted to see ratik of lime to peat. GL
     
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    Lemon Jack

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    Is that about right with all my ratios actually I have searched and thought this was good but I'm open to any and all suggestions. Your one of the "og's". I was talkin bout nchef
     
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    Your soild on it. Gonna def need to baby it with other organic stuff though throughout the grow. She wont make it on only that.
     
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    Ya I didn't expect her too but I was hoping just t feed compost teas. Any recipes that would be pretty ideal.. I assume it will make it through veg right.. so I would just need a flowering tea?.... thanks a lot for the help.
     
  9. Jan 28, 2012 #9

    nouvellechef

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    Never made tea, so IDK. But I would assume a Flowering tea, yes. Possibly some nitrogen too. Plants can eat up nitrogen quickly.
     

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