all collected from OG


Cofi's “Soilless” medium

5 parts peat or coir
3 parts medium perlite
2 parts worm castings
2 TBS Pulverized Dolomite lime per gallon of potting mix
CHLORELLA POWDER 1/8 ounce per gallon



Use a 2.5 gallon bucket to measure the "parts"...That will give you enough mix to fill 5-5 gallon buckets.....Fertilizer's will have to be your choice...If I had mine, it would be guano tea with Chlorella powder as an additive.....




Super Soil

-3.8 cubic foot bale of either Pro-Mix or Sunshine Mix.
-15 lbs of either Worm Casts, or high quality bagged Composted Cow Manure.
-4 Cups of Dried Blood
-8 Cups of Bone Meal
-4 Cups of Kelp
-3 Cups of fine Dolomite Lime
-1 Cup of Epsom salt



copied from Subcool

Cannabis is a plant and uses trace elements and minerals. It is not a Body builder in training. Good balanced soil will carry a seedling or small clone a long way. I prefer to transplant when my plants need food instead of just pouring on some goo. I will do my soil on this thread so you can see how balanced in is. I don't use the soil straight on babies but 'Cut" it so that it isn't so hot for the young ones.


Subcools supersoil

2 Large Bales sunshine mix better drainage type
100 Pounds Organic Earthworm castings
2.5 Pound Blood meal
5 pounds Steamed Bone meal
2.5 pounds Organic Fruit Bat guano ( Bloom Type)
MycoGrow™ Soluble
for Potting Soils & Rooting Media
50 pounds top soil
1/2 cup Trace elements
1/2 cup Dolimite lime
1/3 cup Epson salts

Again Never use this mix straight on clones or seedlings.
I use plain potting soil on babies.

When I transplant the good stuff goes in bottom, The roots get plain stuff. It's an art but the hotter is in bottom and plain soil near trasplanted young.

Once larger set plants are transplanted into final containers I use 7 gallon you can go pure sub soil. They love it and I just feed em water mostly.
I do like B-cuzz and I have strated using Sweet by Biotanicals.

I like Pure Blend Bro and Liquid Karma as well.




Here are two very good organic soiless mixes...

LC's Soiless Mix #1:
5 parts Canadian Spaghnam Peat or Coir or Pro-Moss
3 parts perlite
2 parts wormcastings or mushroom compost or home made compost
Powdered dolomite lime @ 2 tablespoons per gallon or 1 cup per cubic foot of the soiless mix.
...Check the link in my sig line below for cheap earthworm castings. Free shipping to the eastern
USA.

Or, if you use Pro Mix or Sunshine Mix...
LC's Soiless Mix #2:
6 parts Pro Mix BX or HP / Sunshine Mix (any flavor from #1 up)
2 parts perlite
2 parts earthworm castings
Powdered dolomite lime @ 2 tablespoons per gallon or 1 cup per cubic foot of the soiless mix.
If you use a 3 qt. saucepan as “parts” in the amounts given above, it equals about 1 cu. ft. of soiless mix and you can just dump in a cup of powdered dolomite lime.



RECIPE #1
If you want to use organic nutes like blood, bone and kelp...
Dry Ferts:
1 tablespoon blood meal per gallon or 1/2 cup per cubic foot of soil mix
2 tablespoons bone meal per gallon or 1 cup per cubic foot of soil mix
1-tablespoon kelp meal per gallon or 1/2 cup per cubic foot of soil mix or Maxicrop 1-0-4 powdered kelp extract as directed
1 tablespoon per gallon or 1/2 cup per cubic foot of Jersey Greensand to supplement the K (potasium) in the Kelp Meal and seaweed extract.
Mix all the dry ferts into the soiless mix well and wet it, but don't soak it with Liquid Karma and water @ 1 tbs./gal. Stir and mix it a few times a week for a week or two so the bacteria can get oxygen and break down the bone meal and make it available. And don't let the mix dry out, keep it moist and add water as needed. It'll also have time to get the humic acids in the Liquid Karma going and the dolomite lime will be better able to adjust the pH of a peat based mixture too.