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Old 07-14-2018, 06:47 PM #5641
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I stopped worrying since I watched this.

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Old 07-14-2018, 07:11 PM #5642
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Too much worry over chlorimine. Use any organic matter,activated charcoal filters, spray it in the air, let it sit, run it through rusty pipes, or do nothing at all. There just isn't that much in your water. The water company hates spending money on anything but water. They use a minimal amount, just to get it to your meter.
Exactly. Way too much worry over it. If it made as big of an impact as cannabis growers seem to think it does then everyone's vegetable and ornamental gardens across the nation would be in poor health and that's just not the case.



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I stopped worrying since I watched this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgvlE8YM1xI&t=31s
That's a solid vid. Good post.
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Old 07-15-2018, 02:50 PM #5643
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thx guys!

this just keeps on sounding better to me in general.
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Now that we're over the worry, chlorimide can form some unwanted compounds when it comes in contact with organic matter.

While very, very, very minimal, there is little good reason in my mind for not using a good charcoal filter.
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anyone care to school me on KIS stuff, are their soils (Biochar) what they claim?
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anyone care to school me on KIS stuff, are their soils (Biochar) what they claim?

I just looked up the soil. It seems to be pretty solid to me judging by the ingredient list.
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Only way to really tell is to give it a shot. Maybe someone else will chime in who has used it.
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Tad hussy knows his shit. Try listening to his podcast the kis organics cannabis cultivation and science podcast. Excellent interviews full of great grow knowledge.

Tad is also a member here at icmag. Learn from him.
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Long story short...the house I've moved into has a pigeon infestation problem. I have copious amounts of pigeon shit on the side of my house, it lands on concrete and use a blower to "clean" it off.

Anyways so I have extra pigeon poop, can I do something productive with this? Like throw it into the compost pile or even make tea with it? I've yet to try...

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Long story short...the house I've moved into has a pigeon infestation problem. I have copious amounts of pigeon shit on the side of my house, it lands on concrete and use a blower to "clean" it off.

Anyways so I have extra pigeon poop, can I do something productive with this? Like throw it into the compost pile or even make tea with it? I've yet to try...

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I would compost it first. I'm sure you don't have to, but it would help to go through a hot compost cycle just in case there is any bad pathogens from your fine feathered friends.
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Long story short...the house I've moved into has a pigeon infestation problem. I have copious amounts of pigeon shit on the side of my house, it lands on concrete and use a blower to "clean" it off.

Anyways so I have extra pigeon poop, can I do something productive with this? Like throw it into the compost pile or even make tea with it? I've yet to try...

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Pigeon's are some of the filthiest, most disease carrying animals on the planet. I personally would never use their shit on anything. But that's just me. Could be perfectly fine to use.
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