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Old 07-19-2017, 05:42 PM #1
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Educational Podcast

This educational podcast includes interviews with Jeff Lowenfels, Coot and yours truly.

https://www.kisorganics.com/pages/podcast
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a podcast ?!! thats some next level shit! can't wait. thx microbe
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Very interesting!
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I was listening to the Coots one earlier today. If I understood correctly he used barley for sst's mostly because he was getting int brewing beer and it was readily available. He also made it sound like all grains have similar enzymes.
So does this mean the wheat seeds I have will work similar to the barley used by everyone. If so I'm thrilled as I can get those seeds for very cheap and the only barley I can get "locally" would be a 2 1/2 hr round trip.

Looking forward to listening to the rest of these podcasts, especially the one including our own Microbeman.

And Microbeman, thanks to the links, I listen to podcasts all day at work and these will make my next couple of days fun to work. Just wish there were more growing, anything not just cannabis, podcasts as there seem to be a ton of cannabis podcasts but only a couple about growing. The rest are just politics and talking about whats happening in legal states. You wouldn't happen to know of any podcasts that are about organic gardening, not just cannabis but regular gardening in general.
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Good stuff Microbeman. Thanks for the link bro
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Yes bro, exactly, even for regulat gardening, and it make good yields.



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This is so awesome!! Thank you so much Microbeman for this. I love this subject and can't get enough info on it. I have been growing strictly organic for the past 2 years and am never going back to the bottled nutes; so to speak.
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I was listening to the Coots one earlier today. If I understood correctly he used barley for sst's mostly because he was getting int brewing beer and it was readily available. He also made it sound like all grains have similar enzymes.
So does this mean the wheat seeds I have will work similar to the barley used by everyone. If so I'm thrilled as I can get those seeds for very cheap and the only barley I can get "locally" would be a 2 1/2 hr round trip.

Looking forward to listening to the rest of these podcasts, especially the one including our own Microbeman.

And Microbeman, thanks to the links, I listen to podcasts all day at work and these will make my next couple of days fun to work. Just wish there were more growing, anything not just cannabis, podcasts as there seem to be a ton of cannabis podcasts but only a couple about growing. The rest are just politics and talking about whats happening in legal states. You wouldn't happen to know of any podcasts that are about organic gardening, not just cannabis but regular gardening in general.
Pretty sure he stated MALTED barley, but yes he said malted rye would work also leading me to believe wheat also would. So yeah take and sprout wheat and you should be golden! Have to listen to that again, soooo much stuff coming so fast hard to digest it all! His EWC sounds amazing
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At the end of the first episode he says to use whatever grain they have, and rye was an exception because of its high levels of phosphorous.

Thanks again for this link, and its awesome that the episode pages have a transcript of the episode. Makes it easy to go back and read everything to make sure you got the info right. Cant wait for more episodes of this.
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spent grain

Nice job Tad!

I'd like to know more about using spent grain. Currently I'm getting around 100 gallons a week.
I was going to start a new thread, but figured I'd give this one a bump.
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