- Nov 3, 2019
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Yeah, very little fan fade.Do your plants show good fan fading by harvest? We have a fantastic Aussie grower here, Hecno, who's in the Bush and needs to make his own soils from scratch, and customize amending with supp's he can get.... He blows away most peeps using synthetics, apples-to-apples! Often, I marvel at how green and little fan-fade he get even by harvest, but his smoke is tops... We hear so much about how excess N can foul the smoke, it makes me wonder with organics, a booming soil herd (worms too) and his light tinkering that a better controlled release/cycling and (selective?) uptake by the plant is in play here, vs. synthetic right-now-available ions,...
Even with all the bat doody and fish he adds, no N-tox comes about. With every thing he adds, I think the biggest key things in his soil building are time, worms and their work they do, microbes and their work and the humic and fulvic acids.
There's a balance there. Nutrients are there and available, by the work done by his helpers, for the plant to use. He could very well vary his additions during the "cooking time" and come up with very close results, but without those key parts, it just wouldn't be the same.
Oh yeah! I forgot his magical pond water!