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      Default choosing the right soils.

      Hi all,

      Just wondering if somebody could help guide me on soils, and how to choose/prepare them. Any hints and tips, things to look out for, and also, any other additives, which help the grow..Ive heard of farmfox, biobiz, and others, but have no idea where to start...

      Ive been on the hydro vibe for some time now...
      I really wanna play with soils now, but dont know where to start...

      Any help would be greatly appreciated.

      Regards,

      Hi turntablist, if you want a good soil the Bio bizz range is good. Light mix is lightly fertillised and so you can go about adding liquid feeds from early on, for that bit extra control. Or there is all mix which is quite heavily fertillised and prolley wont need liquid feed for the first 2-3 weeks.
      You can use conventional composts/soils etc but make sure the ph is around 6-7. Its a good idea to add perlite or clay pebbles (perlite is the preffered choice) to the soil to aid drainage. Always add a layer around 1" thick of clay pebbles (grorox) to the bottom of the pots to aid drainage.
      As for feeding the soil, once you have started to add liquid feed to the plants, after every 2 consecutive waterings with feed, make sure the third time is just pure ph balanced water only and allow at least 20% run-off from the bottom of the pot. PH should always be 6.0-6.2.
      Once your in flower and they are sucking it up you can get away with like 3 consecutive feeds followed by a water to flush for the forth one.

      Hope this helps matey.........

      Peace Chronical...........
      Turntablist
      Last edited by chronical; 14th January 2006 at 04:14 PM.

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