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Old 04-15-2019, 07:34 AM #31
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Hey Yukon! Your discussion of using Purslane as a cover crop has me intrigued. Years ago, I grew Golden Purslane as a salad crop, and I recall it having a pleasant flavor that was a nice addition to a "Mesclun" style salad made from arugula, baby lettuces and baby greens. I just ordered some seed.


Are you using wild purslane, or a cultivar?
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Yukon, very interesting and I'm always up to learn something new. Second, you were trippin on Zam when you wrote those first 4 posts in 9 minutes, that is speed typing and a pretty speedy mind, I love it! Plus very in depth. Must be good stuff
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Old 04-15-2019, 09:58 AM #33
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I was on my phone too. Lol near genius verbal cognition has a few benefits I guess...
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Old 04-15-2019, 10:01 AM #34
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Hey Yukon! Your discussion of using Purslane as a cover crop has me intrigued. Years ago, I grew Golden Purslane as a salad crop, and I recall it having a pleasant flavor that was a nice addition to a "Mesclun" style salad made from arugula, baby lettuces and baby greens. I just ordered some seed.


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Hey Cowboy good to see you dropping by! I just used seeds bought at Canadian tire.... lol I actually was eating it too. I liked the idea more than its results in practice bore out. It’s slowly dying out in my box... too much shade I think.
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Old 04-15-2019, 08:51 PM #35
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Random thought that I bet some of you would like: Use Auto Zamaldelica to create an Auto flowering Purple Satellite.
I’m pretty interested in making this a project but it would take so much time and space I kinda hope *someone* else does it first. Even if it took less than four years it’s faster and probably better selections than I could manage.

Lol what a poorly worded plea..... PLEASE Dubi. Please.

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Nahhhhh it’s kewl.. I know your busy. I was just... you know.. dreaming

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Yukon, I like the idea of using what is available in our own region. Here is something I stumbled upon by accident. I purchased some bags of compost last year as I needed some filler for one of my garden beds. I purchased it from (of all places) Ace Hardware. It is really topsoil with lots of sawdust mixed in. I let it winter over and this is what I found:
Whatever mushrooms in our area popped up all over the bed and there is now living mycelium, solid from corner to corner and about an inch thick, very solid. I'm thinking if I want to put one in the ground next year and grow another tree, I can prepare the ground and my soil, toss more Ace Hardware compost over it and in spring, plant my seeds.


Here is something you might be interested in, or already know, but: Comfrey (taken from wikipedia)
There are various ways in which comfrey can be used as a fertilizer. These include:
  • Comfrey as a compost activator – include comfrey in the compost heap to add nitrogen and help to heat the heap. Comfrey should not be added in quantity as it will quickly break down into a dark sludgy liquid that needs to be balanced with more fibrous, carbon-rich material.
  • Comfrey as a mulch or side dressing – a two-inch layer of comfrey leaves placed around a crop will slowly break down and release plant nutrients; it is especially useful for crops that need extra potassium, such as fruit bearers but also reported to do well for potatoes. Comfrey can be slightly wilted before application optionally but either way, avoid using flowering stems as these can root.
  • Comfrey as a companion plant for trees and other perennials – soil tests confirm that soil nutrients increase in the presence of comfrey even when it is not used as mulch, side dressing, or liquid fertilizer, but just allowed to grow.
  • Comfrey potting mixture – originally devised to utilize peat, now environmental awareness has led to a leaf mold-based alternative being adopted instead; two-year-old, well decayed leaf mold should be used, this will absorb the nutrient-rich liquid released by the decaying comfrey. In a black plastic sack alternate 7–10 cm (2.8–3.9 in) layers of leaf mold and chopped comfrey leaves. Add a little dolomitic limestone to slightly raise pH. Leave for between 2–5 months depending on the season, checking that it does not dry out or become too wet. The mixture is ready when the comfrey leaves have rotted and are no longer visible. Use as a general potting compost, although it is too strong for seedlings.
I don't know if Comfrey is native to our area, but sure looks interesting.

Great thread Yukon, hope we can keep it going.
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Old 04-15-2019, 10:57 PM #37
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Hey Sol cool find! Mushroom compost and mycelium are really good soil conditioners... I ordered comfrey seeds but didn’t get the sterile kind so I’ve been afraid to plant them lest they become invasive.
The Yukon is experiencing climate change faster than anywhere else in the world with our average winter temperatures increasing something like 5 degrees C since 1948 so I’m really worried about causing further damage than the changes I’m already seeing.
Now that you mention it I should order some bocking 14 and try the non invasive one out. I do have a strong interest in helping some loved ones in conditioning soils at their farm...
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Needs more pics.

Here’s Bud porn of TripNorth F3 pollenated by both the ZamBx TN and the F3 male selected from among his sisters...
Here’s that flower box about a week before flip.. there’s also BKxPCK Night Nurse (non ACE... shhhh) and ZamxPurps in there..


And because I remembered it was there here’s a pic of mother of F3 TripNorth
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Bubba Kush x Pakistan Chitral Kush... some shots week before flower and just before 5 weeks
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This about 6 weeks from flip.

Here’s Night Nurse at same time... might cross this to pinky and see if I get something even better for relaxation and sleep.
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