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Old 12-02-2015, 07:47 PM #11
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ground chia eh? how long have you been using chia seeds?
just started putting them in soil.... got into eating chia seeds a while back, then got kinda sick of them & had a bag laying around just getting old, so decided to feed it to the soil.

filled up my cloning trays, hoping to preserve all these genetics before they are flipped, reveg may be very difficult in these beds, transplanting out of the beds or just giving one to a re-veg may not be an option.
also forgot to mention that the room is flipped; 12/12 started nov 30th.
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Old 12-02-2015, 08:12 PM #12
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Feeding chia seeds to the dirt is a way better idea than top dressing with them.
After soaking they get very slimy and go from slime to hard crusty layer pretty quick.
Wife bought a shitload of them, nobody wanted to eat them, in the dirt they will go.
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Old 12-02-2015, 08:17 PM #13
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Feeding chia seeds to the dirt is a way better idea than top dressing with them.
After soaking they get very slimy and go from slime to hard crusty layer pretty quick.
Wife bought a shitload of them, nobody wanted to eat them, in the dirt they will go.
the chia is mixed into my topdress mix.... ground and whole. plus a thick layer of mulch over the topdress, so it all really just becomes part of the rhizosphere ideally.

I'm loving the CMH's i just got the wellthink ballasts using the mogul converter for the bulbs.... working great so far, hoping to pick up another (maybe one of the phantoms? maybe a cycloptics setup?) one soon and add it to one of the tents.
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chia seed pudding---that's how i use em. just pour in some milk and honey and the insides of a vanilla bean and in a couple hours you have weird pudding that's strangely delish.

you can really use any liquid and flavoring. smashed banana with hemp milk is awesome.
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Old 12-03-2015, 06:50 PM #16
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chia seed pudding---that's how i use em. just pour in some milk and honey and the insides of a vanilla bean and in a couple hours you have weird pudding that's strangely delish.

you can really use any liquid and flavoring. smashed banana with hemp milk is awesome.
upon first reading, i wasn't sure if you were going to feed the milk and honey and vanilla chia mix to your soil or to yourself.
that does sound scrumptious, kinda wish i hadn't given them all to the soil now....

did some transplanting last nite, separated all my little aloe plants & spider plant spiders so they can propagate quicker, rosemary and time went from 1 gal to 3 gal, put some ganja plants from 1 gals into 3 gals.
also added more worms to my soil, dug small holes thru the topcoat layer and dropped handfulls of worm bin material into the holes, then re-covered with topcoat mix and mulch over that.


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Old 12-03-2015, 06:57 PM #17
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I started drinking kombucha & had one w/ chia seeds... never again. can't wait to check out the grow, always putting on a great show. good luck
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Old 12-03-2015, 08:23 PM #18
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so anyone adding kombucha scoby to their soil?
last round i poured my leftover GT's kombucha remnants (little bits of solids in the bottom, which given time more sugar liquid turn to more scoby layers) to my soil, no ill effects i could tell.... scobies were pretty much gone or unnoticeable by harvest time (at least 5 weeks). im curious if there is a better way to make use of them?
can't remember who, but someone here on icmag brought up the idea of dropping scoby on the soil/compost, so i gave it a try.

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You should companion plant with beneficial fungi when you use grains or seeds as soil food....Nice move, thanks for sharing..


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cant wait to see the results good luck!
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