Originally Posted by Limeygreen
Looks good, care to share your organic soil and input recipes?
Hard to say exactly what my soil is any more... it's been recycled and re-amended over the last couple of years.
The basic recipe was one of coots:
1/3 rice hulls/perlite
+4 cups rock dust/cuft
+1/2 cup /cuft each kelp, crab, alfalfa,neem
During re-amends I typically add 1/5 the volume of 50:50 compost & aeration.
In addition to a amendment mix I made that has roughly equal parts of soy,alfalfa, kelp, neem, crab, glacial rock, basalt, carbontite, and gypsum.
Feedings are follow a similar structure (or rather lack there of). I water every other day typically and "feed" every other watering.
My basic "feed" solution is:
20l ro water
1 fillet of aloe (or freeze dried if my aloe needs a break)
I blend this mix with an immersion blender and strain it into my sprayer.
I haphazardly add the following depending on how frisky I'm feeling:
Malted barley flour
Malted corn flour
Kelp meal solution
Alfalfa meal solution
I also try to feed aerated teas when I think of it (usually once or twice during a bloom cycle) - these are typically just compost (fish and/or worm castings) and molasses however I will often toss in a random combination of bokashi bran or juice, kelp, alfalfa, malted barley, malted corn.