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JBC's Super Soil - Fully Organic 4x Blue Mystic + 1x CH9 Jack FEMS


Plant of the Month: April 2013
I'd cut the Cal mag to 1/4 dose and up the p a bit after a flush.


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I'll try that now thanks, :thanks:


Plant of the Month: May 2013
Hey guys, good to see you both :)

Sorry not been around much , been partying as much as possible in the sun and since I have no camera at the min I have nothing to update.

I have 3 mysterys ready to go outside this weekend so hopefully soon I will get a new camera and be back on it. I have just been skimming through journals at the min as I have been quite merry in the sun.

Keep it green Potchimp and Dutch Dragon. Always good to see you guys. :thumb:


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Hi doc , i liked your input on shottafires page about the mineral factor adage instead of using sweet lime which you state as affecting nitrogen uptake .
I myself am in the UK and about to start a soil grow an being an Englishman of the garden (lol) your theory holds more weight to me about minerals for the plant ,
Now i just want to be sure im on the right path of the high cal limestone 90% or abv calcium carbonate ....would the 100% one suffice in the link provided .

Calcium Carbonate

fortunately i live in the cotswolds in england and its well renowned for its natural limestone rock as used in all its buildings etc (shame weather conditions dont allow great outdoor grows , we'd be laughing otherwise , roll on the green house effect lol)...

i'd love the input if you can spare the time or any help and suggestions that you recommend about subcools supposed super soil mix and what you deem a better result for the more earthy taste lets say lol, do you reckon its enough to last the whole grow or would anything additionale come into play say in later blooming etc .

many many thanks

David Bowman

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