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Old 07-07-2015, 01:54 PM   #49 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2015-06 Namwa count contest!!

Originally Posted by Going Bananas View Post
You didnt use (Grow More Stimulant) the product
youve been promoting on your own crop?
Re-read the thread on Grow More Stimulant. It is a foliar product for agricultural crops raised with negligible nutrient inputs.

Originally Posted by Going Bananas View Post
I saw this on a thread you posted in Nov' 09...

When I make soil for myself I currently use:

2 buckets fine-grained humic compost (cooked and sifted greenery waste).
1 bucket Perlite (or Scoria -- for 20+ gallon tubs and long-term plantings).
1 bucket Horticultural Sand (this is 1/8 to 1/4 inch grain size).
1 bucket Sphagnum Peat Moss.
1 bucket Worm Castings.

Each bucket is 5 gallons and I use a clean cement mixer to mix it. The end cost is about $2 per cubic foot.
Do you still use this?

Yes, when I make a soil for containers. What I do for bananas in the ground is detailed here.

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