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Hippie3 (Admin)
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PeOpLeCanFlY (Peoplecanfly)
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now i have to fertilise my soil... i dont know really what to buy

what can be the best???
something good not to expensive and maybe Hidra can tell me a brand sold here in canada

thanks
thanks
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Hippie3 (Admin)
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worm casting 'tea' is a very good gently organic fertilizer, can also be used as a top dressing and just watered in.
worm castings are great, find you some.
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Python (Python)
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Posted on Sunday, May 23, 2004 - 03:40 am:Edit Post Quote Text Delete Post Print Post Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

pure blend grow........kinda expensive though........
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Python (Python)
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for compost tea....which is great.....just like hip said.....I do this...

1.)get yourself a five gallon bucket....
2.)add some non-clorinated water (we want the organisms to live)
3.)Set up a an aquarium air pump with an air stone for aeration...and make sure it circulates the water as well by pumping air through a tube which is under the top of the water......
4.)Then use a mesh compost pouch(i use nylons) as a filter....which will allow our micro-organisms and fungal hyphae to mix into the tea

5.) add your favorite organic fertilizer, worm castings, kelp powder (great microbial food) and humic acid(great catalyst)........and brew for a day or two.....

you will have a great tea that will fight disease, improve the soil and generate great growth for the plant.......is can also be sprayed onto the leaves directly.....




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PeOpLeCanFlY (Peoplecanfly)
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i pinched 5 tops
is there some problem starting them direct in soil?? whitout rooting hormone?

got to expand my grow box shes now near 3 foots tall...just done it
im a french dude writing my posts in english some of my expressions or sentences may not be all correct :P thanks for your comprehension
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Hidra (Hidra303)
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quote:

is there some problem starting them direct in soil?? whitout rooting hormone?




you dont really need rooting hormone for salvia...
just plain water work very well...

and im sure your could just take the cutting..and put it directly into really moist soil ..im positive it will roots...

but I like to root my cutting in water..that way I can really see the roots...and I know when they are ready to be planted in soil...

but just try it! and post the result.. :-)

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Hidra (Hidra303)
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I moved this thread to botanical :-)
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Python (Python)
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a tried a salvia cutting once but it was in such bad shape when i got it that it did not root.....i think it was just to damaged to make it........but i will try again someday with good cutting and i am sure everything will work just fine
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PeOpLeCanFlY (Peoplecanfly)
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they are really in good shape
pinched from my plants and put in soil
didn't have any shipping wait :-) ill post some pictures soon my mother is back from a trip to belgium
im a french dude writing my posts in english some of my expressions or sentences may not be all correct :P thanks for your comprehension
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PeOpLeCanFlY (Peoplecanfly)
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here's an update....some of my leaves are yellowing...yellow light green Hidra303 told me this is a loss of fert..so that i have to fert some...

i got a lot of leaves...and they stay little... they are in a strange form....like if they are curved like when roasting a bologna slice...but more rounded... they are not spreaded

can it be from not enough ferts?? or something else???
got 75W fluro about half a foot above 24/24
thay are in a humidity tent and im misting the plants once each day...watering at about 3-4 days intervall
im a french dude writing my posts in english some of my expressions or sentences may not be all correct :P thanks for your comprehension
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PeOpLeCanFlY (Peoplecanfly)
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Posted on Thursday, June 03, 2004 - 07:22 pm:Edit Post Quote Text Delete Post Print Post Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

got pics....i wanna know why the leaves are like this... :-( some are little yellowing
its pretty hot in there....and lot of humidity...i estimate ....near 30 Celcius
i open the plastic every day when i mist
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Hidra (Hidra303)
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Hidra (Hidra303)
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btw....when your leaves are curling like this... its probably because its too hot in there..check your temp..!

:-)

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PeOpLeCanFlY (Peoplecanfly)
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Posted on Thursday, June 03, 2004 - 10:02 pm:Edit Post Quote Text Delete Post Print Post Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

i have to make an air exchange whit cooler air and keep my humidity too....

someone have something to suggest?

the lil babies in the jiffy squares were rooted directly in soil they grew a little since they got in soil ...suppose to say that some roots came cuz we see some growt
:-) i keep their soil wet
im a french dude writing my posts in english some of my expressions or sentences may not be all correct :P thanks for your comprehension