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Old 09-02-2015, 01:19 PM #11
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especially since you are in se asia you should get familiar with moringa leaves as an organic supplement. here's a thread I started:

https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?threadid=311411

i'm the only one posting that's using it for cannabis that I know of. I just started using it couple weeks ago. already cleared up one plants nute issues , imo from the looks so far.

moringa is dirt cheap in se asia. it's the most nutritious food source on the planet. it's got everything. Asian women use it for skin cream.

check it out before you say no.
It is known as Malungay here.Well known for it's medicinal qualities.We actually have a tree in the yard and will be adding another here shortly.

I'll read through your thread idiit.Thanks for the link.
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It seemed like such a simple question....
It isn't...and people acting like it is and randomly adding nutrients each year ensures the soil will be imbalanced.....so the food will be imbalanced....so you will be imbalanced. You eat that soil.
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espoma ,compost,fish,seaweed,lobster, shrimp ,crab shells,diff crushed sea shells clams,oysters,ect......the ocean provides more stuff too...yeehaw
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I use granulated and liquid seabird guano, not the cheapest though, but works perfect. remember that organic ferts. need at least a week to be used by the plant, no need to feed more.
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Start a compost pile. I have three that I rotate and use - the oldest always gets put on my garden in the spring time and tilled in. I have several flower/ herb and vegetable gardens that I chop down and chop up in the fall for compost each year. I also add my kitchen food scraps as long as there isn’t any meat or dairy. And I supplement with a bag of sheep and peat (which is comprised exactly as the name implies - it’s sheep shit and peat moss - available at most garden centers - not sure if they would have that in SE Asia though).
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Steer Manure $1.49 per cubic foot.

Chicken Manure 3-2-2, $6 for 1 1/2 cubic feet.

I had a beautiful compost pile with boatloads of worms and everything.

But some blackberry got started in it and I didn't respond fast enough.

Ended up with a HUUGE blackberry stand.
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