yeah a bit of a mad scientist lol. I love the life in the soil bin now, at least we know there are little populations of different organisms. Hopefully that translates into healthy plants.You can knit a hat with that stuff.
Following your gut! Love it.
Yeah I am not sure if it’s actually going to be beneficial in all those ways or not. At the very least I am adding some organic matter that would have been a part of compost had I added it. The silviculture and plant biology part of me thinks there will be a benefit but again, not backed by actual science, but the gut said do it.Hey Urb, so that's a way to diy enzymes and mycorrhizae. That stuff's all over the place in the spring under things. I'll have to see if I can collect some for the summer grow next year and get it in the hole.
Yes indeed I was happy to see those, seems I have some more on the way with the second place photo of the month finish, going to make picking seeds to drop each round more difficult.New seeds are always a joy.
Thanks imtoasted, they were tossed into the 6” pots a bit to early to counter the stretch. Their little roots couldn’t take in their first watering. I plugged the seedling mat in for a few hours to warm up the bottom and help with some evaporation.Looking good urban.. I'd agree soil may be a bit too wet. Skunk is doing well with it. Mine always tends to be too dry and can look like I am overwatering when that isn't the case lol. Congrats on having the chance to get more seeds after you've just got some.. always fun getting new seeds!
lol yeah, but I should have around 140 seeds, and even if I pop 8 to get my 4 plants, and 2.3 grows a year, that’s probably over 20 years of grows with my current seeds.We'll see.