Let me try to answer your questions one at a time because I don't completely understand what you are asking...
I am doing an outdoor grow this year and want to use LC's mix #2.
what else and amounts of other organic store bought goodies for N-P-K could i throw in this soil mix also without worrying about hurting the soil or plants and give the plants a longterm "food".
If I were growing outdoors and wanted long term food, I'd use recipe #1. I'd mix them as directed and put them where I wanted to grow. Then I'd wait a while to see if any animals (like dogs) wanted to dig into the bone meal. If nothing happens after a couple of weeks, I'd plant my seedlings into the mix. Making sure the seedlings were at least a month old so they could handle the nitrogen in the dried blood. You could substitute alfalfa meal for the blood or mix half of each.
If i make a homemade tea brewing system for an alternative method of buying ferts, what are things and/or total mixes i can put in the bubble system that will stimulate my soil and plants without hurting both these things. Or where can i find organic tea mixes that are equivelent or better than store bought liquid ferts that anyone has used with good-amazing results. Most importantly i do not want to add something that can and will hurt my plants.
This is the part I'm having trouble understanding.
See recipe #3, guano tea and kelp. But don't use both recipes. It'll be too strong. Pick one recipe and use as directed and it won't hurt your plants.
Ive heard with organics the more u put in the better the end result. yes? sounds about right to me. but if i add too much organic goodies will they cause nute lockup, any growth deficiencies, or work together to hurt my plants and soil in any way
Any tips or advice is well appreciated by all of us
No. Too much organic ferts will harm your plants just like any other fertilizer can. Too much nitrogen in any form will always burn your plants. Like I said before, use as directed.
It's 4:20 somewhere. Time to Burn1.
Bullshit! There's no need to flush organics. -Bongaloid
pH meter? We don't need no stinking pH meter!