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FussySeedlings started grow question 3 years ago
Anyone else trying to do all organic grow without the extra man made stuff? For calcium I’ve been using raw goats milk diluted half with rain water, and farm fresh crushed eggshells. Goat rabbit and chicken (nitrogen) poop and neem oil for bugs
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Philindicus answered grow question 2 years ago
Wow this is an old question that's still up. I would suggest unsulphured Organic Blackstrap Molasses. It has potassium,phosphorus, calcium,magnesium,vitamins,amino acids plus plenty of carbohydrates to feed your beneficial microbe herd in your soil. Use one tablespoon per gallon of water once a week. I find that its easier to dissolve it in 2 cups of water warmed up in the microwave then let it cool then add to the rest of the water.:+1:
Cbalderson60 answered grow question 2 years ago
Yes I have I grow in a living soil pre bought. I live in townhome I cannot make my on soil which sucks. But I get decent yeilds on a all water grow from seedling to harvest
Momgrowsthechronic answered grow question 2 years ago
Consider a Canadian brand called Gaia Green. Its an all organic dry fertilizer that is extremely easy/affordable to use and works well. You simply mix it in with your soil/medium at the start of the grow and then amend once, twice, maybe three times via top dressing. Wonderful stuff, happy growing!
Fruitgrower answered grow question 2 years ago
I don't know about feeding goat milk? You could get calcium other ways. Egg shells and garlic peels are great to keep creepy crawlies away. Bananas are a very good source of potassium. You can also dilute eurine and feed for high nitrogen boost. Our coffee grounds which makes your garden smell lovely :seedling::tea:
Majormolasses answered grow question 2 years ago
There is all kinds of goodies you can use bay guano, tree roots from parts of the world, :banana: peels for potassium. Happy growing a good luck I love the all natural way :seedling::ok_hand:
DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
@FussySeedlings In my home vegetable garden Absolutely
I use worm castings , compost teas Manures and the weeds i pull make a very good nitrogen fertiliser when soaked overnight.
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
I've done it for other stuff, not ganja. I have a worm bin and use the worm castings to fertilize all kind of things like flower beds, fruit trees, strawberry planters and the like.
KrautFabrik answered grow question 3 years ago
You can add some wood Ash for K and use some coffee ground for N and it will lower the pH. (wood Ash will make it higher) you also can add some bat guano which is rich on P. Add some wormhumus to your soil and you got the basics. Most important is to get a good "organic ground life". You should add some good bacteria and fungus like Endo-Mykorrhiza, trichoderma and Co. I think you should take a look at biotabs, the product line is made for organic grow without adding bottled nutrients :+1::v:
CelticGrower answered grow question 3 years ago
Very nice I use Biobizz organic line of nutes I was going to make my own out of nettles crushed and left to stew for a few weeks for nitrogen and even some used coffee grounds, some epson salts for magnesium, for Potassium you could use banana peels cut into small pieces and leave in water to ferment for about 2 weeks
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
I haven't done an organic grow yet, but there are a lot of great growers on here doing some. I have been following the grower bird_of_prey . Lots of great info in his diary: https://growdiaries.com/diaries/28932-let-mother-nature-do-the-job-1st-part

Good luck and Happy growing!:muscle: