Register ICMag Forum Menu Features Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read
You are viewing our:
in:
Forums > Marijuana Growing > Indoor Grows - Soil > Growin w/ Happy Frog

Thread Title Search
Post Reply
Growin w/ Happy Frog Thread Tools Search this Thread
Old 05-15-2020, 01:42 AM #31
DoloDankness
Member

DoloDankness's Avatar

Join Date: Apr 2020
Location: the attic
Posts: 262
DoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really nice
Thats interesting mexweed, I haven't smelled anything strange really. I will let you know if it happens later in veg. I doubt I'll be able to smell it in flower, but who knows! Maybe I just never took notice, but the way you say it makes it sound pungent lol.
DoloDankness is offline Quote


Old 05-15-2020, 02:04 AM #32
nickman
Member

Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: In the land of the lost
Posts: 5,769
nickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivornickman is a survivor
Quote:
Originally Posted by DoloDankness View Post
Okay well looks like we'll see what happens! What is insect frass?
Sorry took so long to get back with you, but insect frass is insect poop basically...!!!...

Cricket frass or insect frass...!!!... both great products in my eyes... ... ...

It’s got something in it called chitin... I think that’s what it’s called...???...
You can also find it in lobster compost too...!!!... which is also a good compost to use in my eyes... ... ...
__________________
"I'm chain smokin loud like it's a newport ...

nickman is offline Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
Old 05-15-2020, 02:40 AM #33
DoloDankness
Member

DoloDankness's Avatar

Join Date: Apr 2020
Location: the attic
Posts: 262
DoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really nice
All good nick! I've heard of the lobster compost before but never the insect! Very interesting. Will definitely look more into it.
DoloDankness is offline Quote


Old 05-15-2020, 03:11 AM #34
mexweed
Member

mexweed's Avatar

Join Date: Mar 2008
Posts: 522
mexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to behold
yeah when I smell the small cups the seedlings are in it literally smells like garbage, I tried looking it up and only found one other incident of someone saying their bag of roots soil smelled like garbage, so it has to be a similar ingredient, composted forest humus, guano, oyster shell, maybe when the mycorrhizae feeds on some of that stuff and then it dries out and sits for a while

this round I am planning on using only happy frog amended with biolive and aerating insect frass for watering
mexweed is offline Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
Old 05-15-2020, 11:50 AM #35
DoloDankness
Member

DoloDankness's Avatar

Join Date: Apr 2020
Location: the attic
Posts: 262
DoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really nice
Just transplanted today, added some extra perlite to the soil. I didn't really measure anything just added some perlite to the soil enough that it would make it more aerated. Here are some pics of the garden.


Forgot to add that I did pick up that smell ya'll were talking about during the transplant. Definitely a little nasty lol. If it makes the plants happy it makes me happy so let the soil be stanky! Lmfao
DoloDankness is offline Quote


3 members found this post helpful.
Old 05-15-2020, 01:39 PM #36
Sunshineinabag
Senior Member

Sunshineinabag's Avatar

Join Date: Jul 2017
Location: Woods
Posts: 2,314
Sunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond repute
Quote:
Originally Posted by DoloDankness View Post
Thank you for that! I do have some Dr. Earth's dry amendments, do have any opinion on that brand? Ever heard anything bad??
id add large chunky perlite to the happy frog, then either use a compost manure or a compost tea to feed ............they may be heavy feeders who knows
__________________
Don't you be terrified.......it's just a token..of my extreme! Latex appliance fetishist!
https://youtu.be/wqp71DOJ3aY
Sunshineinabag is offline Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
Old 05-15-2020, 01:47 PM #37
Sunshineinabag
Senior Member

Sunshineinabag's Avatar

Join Date: Jul 2017
Location: Woods
Posts: 2,314
Sunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond reputeSunshineinabag has a reputation beyond repute
Quote:
Originally Posted by nickman View Post
Sorry took so long to get back with you, but insect frass is insect poop basically...!!!...

Cricket frass or insect frass...!!!... both great products in my eyes... ... ...

It’s got something in it called chitin... I think that’s what it’s called...???...
You can also find it in lobster compost too...!!!... which is also a good compost to use in my eyes... ... ...
chitin is tech N-acetylglucosamine and a long chain polymer, its uses in nature are...making shells of insects, arthropods and crusteaceans shells strong.
__________________
Don't you be terrified.......it's just a token..of my extreme! Latex appliance fetishist!
https://youtu.be/wqp71DOJ3aY
Sunshineinabag is offline Quote


3 members found this post helpful.
Old 05-16-2020, 08:15 AM #38
mexweed
Member

mexweed's Avatar

Join Date: Mar 2008
Posts: 522
mexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to beholdmexweed is a splendid one to behold
it seems to not be as bad now that the soil has gotten wet a few times, it certainly can't be bad I sprouted 6 seeds in 5oz paper cups with it and they're the best looking seedlings I've had in years, I am definitely never buying any sort of seed/clone rooter cube ever again, I'm going to try cloning in it with aloe gel too
mexweed is offline Quote


2 members found this post helpful.
Old 05-18-2020, 02:10 AM #39
DoloDankness
Member

DoloDankness's Avatar

Join Date: Apr 2020
Location: the attic
Posts: 262
DoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really nice
Word man great to hear!! I used a peat pellet to start the seedlings and then just placed them in solo cups with the soil. I haven't ever tried cloning using the soil before so stop back in and let us know how it works!!
DoloDankness is offline Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
Old 05-18-2020, 02:13 AM #40
DoloDankness
Member

DoloDankness's Avatar

Join Date: Apr 2020
Location: the attic
Posts: 262
DoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really niceDoloDankness is just really nice
I'm definitely going to be looking into getting miccorizhea and maybe even crustacean shells before I transplant again for the last time and flip them into flower.
DoloDankness is offline Quote


Post Reply

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off


All times are GMT +2. The time now is 12:55 AM.




This site is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
You must be of legal age to view ICmag and participate here.
All postings are the responsibility of their authors.
Powered by: vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2020, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.