First run LOS, featuring Ripley's, Fugue, and Creme Stomper

Delta9Heavy

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Subbed. The constant soup mixing and feeding grind wears thin after awhile. I mean its all great when your amped up and have energy. But have an off day and shit piles up quick lmao. Hope LOS is everything youve dreamed....i too have goals of multiple no till raised beds on rotation with automated watering

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Subbed Roasty, I know you’ll rock em. Creme Stomper is amazing . :woohoo::pop:
Watching.
:pop: let's get it Roasty :bump:
Subbed. The constant soup mixing and feeding grind wears thin after awhile. I mean its all great when your amped up and have energy. But have an off day and shit piles up quick lmao. Hope LOS is everything youve dreamed....i too have goals of multiple no till raised beds on rotation with automated watering

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Thanks for coming along folks! Hope to not disappoint. I have already had a travesty, Ripley made it to sprout and died. Mainly because, just after pics, I dropped all 3 of these kids from 3 feet up. Kind of surprised the other two made it. Had to rethink where to keep them. Pics happened yesterday, and they all looked ok then, but today Ripley's was shriveling up. New Ripley's bean soaking.

Left to right: Creme Stomper, Fugue, Ripley's



Here is a shot of their homes once they can handle it, in a couple weeks. 7G fabric pots filled with 5-6 gallons of soil. Been cooking 3 weeks and planted a cover crop. Worms have been working the pots the whole time. I will probably mix all the pots into a tote and add a good amount of rice hulls to assist in drainage. Then rebuild and plant seedlings into them. Lots of inputs in this soil, the plants should want for nothing first run or two.



Would also like to thank @MrOldBoy and @Organic Sinse for helping me thus far. Really appreciate that.
 

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Looks good. Any worries with pests in the los next to the hempys?

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Not too worried, the nematodes I use keep the bad soil bugs (only ever had gnats) in check. In fact the only place they can survive is in the synthetic nute fed coco. Going to have to use bt or something for the synthetics. The nematodes I put in them died apparently.
 

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Not too worried, the nematodes I use keep the bad soil bugs (only ever had gnats) in check. In fact the only place they can survive is in the synthetic nute fed coco. Going to have to use bt or something for the synthetics. The nematodes I put in them died apparently.
Spot on. Was thinking there might be aphids/mites/who knows what else in there. I knew the nematodes are only good for organics. Bti i guess is the shit for synthetics. Still have to pick some up but my last warday included feed with neem oil, dunks and bits tea bagged in the soup, soil topdressing of de and as far as a sighting standpoint has done wonders. Now only the occasional gnat instead of 20-30 taking flight whilst feeding....

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Thanks for coming along folks! Hope to not disappoint. I have already had a travesty, Ripley made it to sprout and died. Mainly because, just after pics, I dropped all 3 of these kids from 3 feet up. Kind of surprised the other two made it. Had to rethink where to keep them. Pics happened yesterday, and they all looked ok then, but today Ripley's was shriveling up. New Ripley's bean soaking.

Left to right: Creme Stomper, Fugue, Ripley's



Here is a shot of their homes once they can handle it, in a couple weeks. 7G fabric pots filled with 5-6 gallons of soil. Been cooking 3 weeks and planted a cover crop. Worms have been working the pots the whole time. I will probably mix all the pots into a tote and add a good amount of rice hulls to assist in drainage. Then rebuild and plant seedlings into them. Lots of inputs in this soil, the plants should want for nothing first run or two.



Would also like to thank @MrOldBoy and @Organic Sinse for helping me thus far. Really appreciate that.
Glad to see ya got it going! It looks like your soil is growing just fine. The clover cover is a great way to 'assay' (fancy technical word for evaluate and test) your soil. I will be watching. Give a shout if ya need any tips or anything!
happy growing!
cheers
os