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Old 07-28-2013, 12:41 PM #21
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thanks jaded i looked on the website but couldnt see it on there, but i pop in and see if they stock it. Most of the big stores seem to be steering away from peat as all the compost seems to be either peat reduced or peat free
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Old 09-06-2013, 12:47 PM #22
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Another one for the Danes:
vilhelm-hansen.dk
bentonite, vermiculite, zeolite
Their contact form doesn't work, send them an e-mail.
There's also a wide range of chemicals if there's any amateur chemist on icmag.

And a last one:
https://baalteknik.dk/
Natural charcoal, vermiculite

Digging through google always yields interesting results after a while.
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Old 07-20-2014, 09:29 AM #23
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looking for UK or Europe suppliers for Micro5000 and Ca25. or equivalent products

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Old 12-03-2014, 05:01 PM #24
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Soil Recipe Help

Hi VG

ive been away for a while and am back on a different profile about to embark on a new project , weve chatted in the past, i had a hard drive crash a while back and have lost the soil recipe i had from you in the past it was amazing! i remember all the ingredients just not the ratios. oh and if you have made any amendments in the past couple of years please update me! heres the ingredients i can remember:

Worm castings
peat
topsoil
spent mushroom compost
perlite
rock phosphate
Bat guano High N & P
Dolomite Lime

if your still using high N and P guanos any idea on where you can source them in the uk?


Thanks for your time and help hope all is well

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hi OM
i'm recycling my soil these days, mix is similar though

the proportions are
30% peat
30% perlite
20% topsoil
10% worm castings
10% compost

5g/litre rock phosphate, seaweed meal
3g/litre dolomite lime, gypsum

5g/litre P guano
2-4g/litre N guano

the guanos can be hard to get, check ebay, but i use neem seed meal now at 5g/litre which mostly replaces the N guano, i maybe use 1g/litre each recycly now

the P guano you could probably replace with bonemeal

neems seed meal is a good fert and stops any gnats or root aphids. there is a website to get it posted in this thread somewhere

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thanks!

something i forgot that i used before was coconut coir? any reasons why you dont use this anymore? does it not recycle very well?

thanks for the tip on the neem seed meal, i can get high p guanos so ill just replace the N guano with the neem seed meal thats a great idea!

cant wait to get my hands dirty again

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thanks for the supplies links everyone

been thinking of doing organics for a while now but more like no till beds

this place stocks

bone meal
fish blood bone
hoof and horn
ewc
dolomite

and a lot of bennies baccilus endo myco trichoderma etc



https://www.thenutrientcompany.com/pr...ic-fertiliser/
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Nice find! There are a few good articles on the website too, L. serum and such. Prices are very reasonable, I need to find something like that in Kanata.
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Stay away from the tnc mycos,they only have 10 spores per gram and are a complete waste of money!!
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