No medium?

OGKushman

Don’t eat that pancake.
Joined
Jul 18, 2009
Messages
2,931
Reaction score
2,155
lol thats right.

i decided to try some cheapy myco...wowza. Sure as heck worth posting.

Once i saw the roots go crazy i decided to change my flood timers and clean the table with a rez change...If you notice in pics 1 and 2 the flood table is dry. The roots were browning because there was 3 hours between waterings (5 floods per day with one flood in mid night). So i changed the timer to some random crazy schedule; see the pic below. :rofl:


just thought i should post. pics are 4 days apart.

8c8494ad.jpg


8668f025.jpg


68d711d7.jpg


81840abc.jpg


7a39f902.jpg
 

ozzydiodude

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2008
Messages
9,143
Reaction score
4,328
With your new schdule is their more watering per 24yr time period?
 

OGKushman

Don’t eat that pancake.
Joined
Jul 18, 2009
Messages
2,931
Reaction score
2,155
yes i think it waters about 10 hours out of 24 now. it used to be 5 hrs in 24
 

kiksroks

Fat Farmer
Joined
Dec 29, 2009
Messages
284
Reaction score
12
so myco huh?

I assume more roots=more buds. Pretty clear evidence there of improved root growth.

Google tells me this is a fungus that forms a symbiotic relationship with the host plant.

I wonder if it would benefit me to add it to my soil mix. Will it work with FF nutrients and soil?

I'm a chopping this weekend and won't be doing anything indoor until fall but I have been continually improving my yields/quality and want to continue that.
 

Locked

Music
Joined
Jan 24, 2009
Messages
16,527
Reaction score
3,742
There is a guy over on cannetics growing his plants in the stuffing for stuffed animals and pillows....it is pretty cool. Looks like cotton.
 

ColoradoLady

senior member
Joined
Feb 8, 2011
Messages
72
Reaction score
19
Mycorrhize is great stuff. Using it for the first time this year. Add it at root level when I repot. The plants I've used it on are lusher and larger.
 

jbyrd

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 25, 2011
Messages
74
Reaction score
9
kiksroks...Yes...by all means you can add it to your soil. There are liquid Myco innoculants as well that you can water with to get it down into the root ball. I would try it out, you'll be happy with the results.(yes on the FF nutes as well).

When you are making your soil (assuming your a soil grower) you can amend with Fox Farms Light Warrior to get myco into the soil. This is not my preferred way as most places store the soil incorrectly and there is a good chance that anything that was alive at the time of bagging is no longer viable.
 

OGKushman

Don’t eat that pancake.
Joined
Jul 18, 2009
Messages
2,931
Reaction score
2,155
still using it, still getting awesome results :)

Just thought I should do a small update.
 
T

The Hemp Goddess

Guest
You are using this in hydro? I would like to give it a shot--your roots look great. What other nutes are you using? I tried the GH Organic line when it came out with my DWC, but didn't have any luck so gave the entire line to a buddy doing soil.
 

OGKushman

Don’t eat that pancake.
Joined
Jul 18, 2009
Messages
2,931
Reaction score
2,155
Im still using GH3, MagiCal, Mycos WP, and and some Liq Carbo Load for my veg cycle....i feel like im forgetting something else too....
 

CrashMagnet

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 9, 2022
Messages
594
Reaction score
1,260
Location
Eastern VA
It's difficult to judge scale from the images. What are the dimensions of those rock wool cubes?
 

Latest posts

Top