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  1. 2 points
    Rob

    Organic grow with super soil

    Jager x DJ Short Blueberry
  2. 2 points
    Mike

    First outdoor grow

    I discovered it was cucumber beetles, I was able to remove about ten and haven't had any more major damage 😀
  3. 2 points
    Rob

    Organic grow with super soil

    J x BB again we will see how it turns out, smells like blueberry, it structure is well suited for Oregon outdoors, started flowering before the others. I got it as a Teen, it came from Progressive Collective Dispensory. They have great strains there and new stuff all the time. I missed the first drop of this cross and had to stalk it out. Turns out $80 on a teen was well worth it. I have a Jager x White Widow I’ll share with you next! Also I like to brew some tea also be sharing that info soon also.
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    Rob

    Organic grow with super soil

    My first time using super soil. We used to just buy new soil everytime. What a waste. This year I had to move my holes away from the fence, I actually had mold growing in the ground last year because of poor airflow next to the fence. So I dug out my old holes, and put all my soil from last year on the tarp. Then dug my new holes (filled up old holes with new hole dirt) then I trenches out the fence to get some air flow under here is the recipe as I was givin. I followed it exactlyish. 60 gallons of Roots organic 707. I switched from fox farm, Roots stuff is better. 60lbs Vermi worm castings ( I like to buy multiple brands and mix) 6lbs fish bone meal 3-16-0 (anything close to this) 1 cup Dolomite lime (prilled preferred) 1/2 cup Azomite 5lbs blood meal 12-0-0 ( pigs blood is cheap, but you can sub fish emulsion, or something vegan) 4lbs bat guano 0-7-0 ( I like sunleaves Indonesian) 3/4 cup epsom salt Add up to 25% perilite (option but don’t go to heavy or your soil won’t hold water) my holes are about 4’ in diameter 3’ deep Mix Up the dirt and ingredients well, wet it down damp not soaked, and cover, then stir every two weeks. It’s ready in a month. I like to plant a marigold in the super soil if it doesn’t burn it’s ready.
  5. 2 points
    tumbleweed

    Organic grow with super soil

    Hi Rob, that should be a good cross. Looking forward to watching her finish. peace, tw
  6. 2 points
    Rob

    Organic grow with super soil

    This little guy hitched a ride on my wife’s shoe. He has a new home!
  7. 2 points
    Rob

    GroTek nutrients for sale,

    These are 50% off retail, this is a great chance to get a full line of nutrients and additives. GroTek is a 20 year old Canadian company that is trying to move into the Oregon market. Let me know!
  8. 2 points
    popeye!

    Starting my grow again!

    The Jurassic pheno is gorgeous definitely gonna have to dig through more of these beans!
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    Hey guys I'm starting this thread as a place for those interested in learning about how they can start growing organically and get away from bottled nutrient! Increasing you health, potency flavor and reducing the amount of money on inputs for the garden. I have been thankful to be friends with some very knowledgeable people and have gained a good amount of knowledge from them as well as learned how to apply it myself! So my goal is to help others on the path to organics and towards better health for you! I believe in living organic soil and working with microorganisms to help break down organic matter and make it into plant available nutrients this way you are not measuring Nutrients and checking PH or PPMs! Utilizing the proper soil mix ratio as well as good quality soil ingredients will ensure you get started the right way. I do have a recipe I would like to share, this recipe is from a good friend of mine that taught me Alot of what I know about living organic soil and still helps me to this day! Even helped with my most recent batch of soil which came out great! So I'll get this started with this introduction post and then within the next day or two I will put up a soil mix recipe as well! And then we will get going from there! Here's my Hell's angel OG in the new soil mix I made up! Just a example of the health were looking for in our plants and this is just the start!
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    Josephine County's Suit Against State Over Marijuana Dismissed A U.S. District Court judge dismissed the County's lawsuit against the State of Oregon...but County lawyer Wally Hicks says that they have found 'invaluable clarity' through the decision. Posted: Sep. 4, 2018 6:34 PM Updated: Sep. 4, 2018 6:52 PM Posted By: Jamie Parfitt GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Josephine County's lawsuit against the state of Oregon over an ongoing marijuana debate has been dismissed, according to a statement from the County released on Tuesday. The County filed suit at the beginning of April following their defeat at the Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA)—where local pot farmers fought back against a new ordinance that would have restricted growing for certain property owners. The defining factor in that case, however, hinged on the County's failure to properly inform property owners of the new ordinance. Following the LUBA loss, the County drew up their lawsuit against the state—and argued, essentially, that Oregon could not enforce marijuana's legality in Josephine County when the federal government continues to prohibit the substance...... http://www.kdrv.com/content/news/Josephine-Countys-Suit-Against-State-Over-Marijuana-Dismissed-492452121.html
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    Last night when I was doing the head count on my hens, I noticed Road Runner's bad foot had a round scab on its side. Today, I soaked Road Runner's feet in warm water with Epsom salt. While her feet where soaking, I broke down a slice of bread for her and two had her pills in them. I got some scissors , a file, paper towels. I checked her foot here and there waiting for her skin to soften. Before I go on. These pictures are a bit gross and not for the faint hearted You've been warned Once her skin was softened, I started to fill around the bump. Once I found the end, I squeezed it and one side started to come out. It was disgusting. It's hard and no puss. It looked grayish-green in color. The other side was still stuck to the foot, so I loosened that side and tried to squeeze it out again. I could fell it moving in Road Runner's foot. She barely moved and allowed me to work on her foot in the sink. On the first squeeze half came out and stuck out of her foot. I squeezed it again and it came out in one huge chunk. I lifted Road Runner's out of the water and pushed on her foot pushed every thing out until blood dripped out and put her foot back in that water for a bit. Then I remove her to dry her foot. Needless this left quite the hole in her foot After drying her feet and the dripping feathers, I felt around and examined the open hole in foot. I put triple antibiotic in the wound and Betadine on the outside. Then I started making her a boot with gaze and tape. I called the vet and told them what happened and asked if she needs more pills and if the vet wanted to see her. I have that core wrapped up and bagged to take to the vet. My hen gets another trip to the vet this Friday. They told me to keep the boot one for a day or two.
  12. 1 point
    EDDIEKIRK

    Organic grow with super soil

    Thanks for dropping your soil recipe here for us to share with others. Your plants show how well it is working for you. All of them are 'praying'' to the sun as should be. Your setup looks similar to mine, What do you use to cover everything with come late September? I have sheets of glass 3 by 6 foot that I lay across the top beams.
  13. 1 point
    popeye!

    Starting my grow again!

    Here the Jurassic pheno of Oregon Pines it's definitely flowering now
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    The 3 largest got moved to 17g tubs, moved the other 2 in 5g to the same area. Now under a pair of Lush Dominator 2x. Some cuttings also taken, dipped in Clonex and put into RR cubes under a dome to root.
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    EDDIEKIRK

    Organic grow with super soil

    That is quite a monster, This is going to be a fun month watching this plant bloom out. Thanks for the share.
  16. 1 point
    popeye!

    Are you interested in growing organically??

    You can start a cover crop whenever you want my recommendation is cut green manure aka fan leafs or horsetail or nettles and then cover with compost or worm castings whatever you have available and then cover crop seeds into the compost/ castings layer cover with mulch layer and water the cover crop will push it's way through the mulch layer and be tapped into rich nutrients right from the start!
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    When I checked today, light was too close again, lol. As you can see, I can let them get way closer to the fixtures than recommended. Close up for EK, we were discussing number of blades, this plant is now up to 11 per leaf.
  18. 1 point
    EDDIEKIRK

    Starting my grow again!

    Summer is treating you nicely
  19. 1 point
    popeye!

    Starting my grow again!

    Here's a few pics of the newly named Oregon Pines the last 2 remaining girls that get to flower out the season!
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    popeye!

    Starting my grow again!

    Thanks as long as I stay on track with things I should be good to go through the season
  21. 1 point
    Arturo

    Starting my grow again!

    I've been watching from facebook as this grow has developed. I'm very impressed. I hope it finishes as good as it started. Best!
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    Expect the price of cannabis to rise here in Oregon. We're dedicated to teaching you to become self-sufficient, Join us today, Free clones and medicine for our OMMP cardholders. (When available)
  23. 1 point
    EDDIEKIRK

    First outdoor grow

    Any updates? Is this still happening, Let us know so others learn at the same time.
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    popeye!

    First outdoor grow

    No they definitely eat your plants some people think there good cuz they do look like lady bugs usually in the Oregon area but when they get up in population size they can really do some damage to your foliage. As far as those go I'd recommend peppermint broners and neem oil sprays every 72 hours and just watch for them and pick them off the plant and kill them if you see them but the neem can help interrupt there reproduction and help reduce numbers as well as being generally distasteful to bugs
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    sinful

    Striped leaves

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