Making your own homemade nutrients

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  1. Dec 2, 2013 #21

    BudGrower

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    **** u read all this :eek: thank u very much :icon_smile::icon_smile::icon_smile:
     
  2. Dec 23, 2013 #22

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    Thank you ozzydiodude for the great info you've posted.
     
  3. Aug 10, 2014 #23

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    Greetings

    Ozzy u da the man!
    Here is a simple project for mychorizae, get a bag(s) of fine pine bark mulch, cut slits in the bags and leave outside for about 4-5 months or longer the mulch will cultivate the organism then mix into soil or any organics then stand back and watch plants take off, plants will be very hardy and drought tolerant.

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    A quick :bump:

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    scratch that I re read
     
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    This interesting and makes a lot of sense.

    I have a question?????

    I make kefir a milk product that make whey and curds all the time. I have also fermented grains and cabbage and bread dough. It all works for my health. The question is. Do you think this will work for a starter culture? From what I read here I would think so.

    Kefir has 37 know microbes in it that can change dominant culture depending on what you feed it. It adapts to the food it gets.

    I am also fermenting manure as part of my nutrient with other microbes to convert the uric acids to nitrogen. Now I am thinking I should add whey to the manure to make things better.

    This will be very easy with what I have going on now.

    Do you think this will work?

    Thnaks
     
  7. Mar 7, 2017 #27

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    pcduck is your guy to answer this question
     
  8. Mar 10, 2017 #28

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    orangesunshine sent me to you with this question. I hope you have info on this as I would like to try it out. It would be a great addition to my nutrient solution.


    I have a question?????

    I make kefir a milk product that make whey and curds all the time. I have also fermented grains and cabbage and bread dough. It all works for my health. The question is. Do you think this will work for a starter culture? From what I read here I would think so.

    Kefir has 37 know microbes in it that can change dominant culture depending on what you feed it. It adapts to the food it gets.

    I am also fermenting manure as part of my nutrient for plants with other microbes to convert the uric acids to nitrogen. Now I am thinking I should add whey to the manure to make things better.

    This will be very easy with what I have going on now.

    Do you think this will work?

    Thanks
     
  9. Jun 14, 2018 #29

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    this is great info thank you.
     

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