Blood meal will be a lot of nitrogen, maybe lower the amount your using.
Oh sorry. I'm a ditz. You mean my current plants...Use bigger pots indoors and it should work well. The plants look like they may be getting too much nitrogen.
Perfect. Thanks so much. I'm a little baffled by these containers of nutrients and how you have to use four different bottles at a time. I'm used to throwing my ingredients into my pot and mixing it up and going from there!Find a nutrient that looks to be mainly nitrogen and back off on that a little.
Dont worry. I have a out 30 bottles of different scent for use when I make soap.It’s easy to get carried away with bottled nutes. At one time I had 2 milk crates filled with bottles. Lol
I've sold in those places. And big holiday craft fairs. And lots and lots of farmers markets. Now I'm currently only selling on Etsy in my shop there (search for Saepe Soaps and you will find my stuff), but once I move to Rocky Mountain House I will be selling in their farmers market as well as their summer Market on Main which happens on 3 town blocks right downtown. I would suspect they get mostly tourists at that market.My sister made soaps and sold them at a local craft mall.
I dont live close to any good venues at the moment. For the last 5 years I've been in Two Hills and the nearest farmers market is 45 minutes away. So that's aboutv20 bucks in gas plus the cost ofvthe table at 15 bucks. So that is $35 I have to make on my products before I even begin to make any profit and that doesnt take into account the cost of producing and packaging the soap.She made good money selling hers
Absolutely you can! A few growers here do and i am heading back that way myself.wondered before if i could make up a batch of super soil to use with inside plants and not have to feed them nutes as a result.
Thanks Amy. I've contacted one of them so far and will be reading his journals past.Absolutely you can! A few growers here do and i am heading back that way myself.
@Van Stank is one stellar proponent of indoor super soil growing and @bobrown14 as well
They both do water-only grows, with the occasional aerated compost tea, and grow wonderful plants -to put it mildly!
Yah testing is expensive, either at home or in a lab. One day I will get an oil tested but I’ve got growing equipment to buy first!
Mostly we (DIY oil makers around here) estimate based on numerous factors. We were all very pleased when Shed tested an oil and it came out almost exactly the strength (mg/ml) that his estimated calculations said it should be. We think the guesstimations are close enough for rock and roll!!
I am easily able to make a 1:1 CBD:THC and I am pretty confident it’s very close to that ratio.
Hi Foxtrot! Welcome to 420 MagHI Amy, first timer here.
Hey OldSmokey! Was wondering where you were...Hows it grown Magnus yes I am still following your journal. I don't have much experience with outdoor or soil growing. I am not one to try and give advise on something I don't know about. So I am just listening maybe I will learn something. Your plants are slowly looking better are you still planning to put them outside?.
If you move to Rocky I will be looking for the people selling soap at the markets and seeing if any of them respond to Magnus LOL. Did you get you soil mixed up?
Take care and grow on