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I noticed that as well.
The one I placed here as a reminder, That same company sells the fungi (Endomycorrhiza) I'm looking for as a single fungi or as the mixture I posted. The one I made note of, is their recipe for Cannabis.
But as I think, like you that there's a lot of Fungi included towards cellulose material.
 

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I noticed that as well.
The one I placed here as a reminder, That same company sells the fungi (Endomycorrhiza) I'm looking for as a single fungi or as the mixture I posted. The one I made note of, is their recipe for Cannabis.
But as I think, like you that there's a lot of Fungi included towards cellulose material.
Cool thanks. It's one of the grow related things I've been thinking about lately. Glad it's not just me that noticed that.
If I were really committed I'd research many specific strains of fungi, and how they work. I am admittedly ignorant of the details of the interaction of microbiology in the soil. I only have general knowledge.
I have used Mykos, which is a single strain variety. Now I'm just using all sorts of stuff hoping no strain colonies compete in any detrimental way.
2 in soil at transplant, recharge watered in.
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Sorry for the rant. Is there a reason you water in the humic instead of amending powder in the soil mix? Humic and fulvic have also been on my mind...
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All that said, your outdoor setup looks great. It will be fun to watch those take off! Great work on that outdoor build. Nice and clean
 

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I'm not a Scientist, but just the Rabbit looking down the Hole.

Our Cannabis prefers a Bacterial Soil as well as the Vegetable Gardens, Grasslands, Prairie's, etc. Bacteria will help provide nitrogen in the form of nitrates in which they consume.
The Forest prefers a soil that's more Fungi Dominate which helps provide Nitrogen in the form of Ammonium.

So there is a delicate balance working with both Bacteria and Fungi.
Too much Fungi in the soil and Acidic levels rise and that lowers the Soils PH.
Too much Bacteria and the PH levels Go up and the Soils PH has a much higher alkalinity.
My understanding is our plants benefit from both, and the Fungi (Endomycorrhiza) is one of then they can benefit from.
As I'm sure you've seen, the labels usually contain more that we know what their uses are for.

Humic acid can stimulate root growth and development in cannabis plants, and presence of humic acids encourages the proliferation of root hairs, increasing the root surface area for nutrient uptake.
This is especially in hydroponic mediums like hydrostone, perlite and rockwool, humate (Humid Acid) substances are necessary for creating a root zone that can easily absorb nutrients, chelate metals and carry other elements to nutrient-deprived sections of the plant.
Humic and Fulvic acids work well together, with each providing its own benefits for better plant growth.
The humic acid improves soil health and growth, while fulvic acid naturally facilitates your plant's absorption and use of available nutrients

When adding humic acid to the soil it changes its nutrient profile, affecting its pH. It doesn't lower soil pH, but instead it triggers changes in the soil that neutralizes its pH.
After treating with humic acid, the nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium content are increased, making the soil pH more ideal for plant growth.

And then It come right background to the Soils Microbiology.

I don't completely understand it, as it's pretty complex beneath our Feet.

Just trying to do my best at growing Trees. tempImageCJjOle.jpg 51B78508-C0D2-4FC8-8C3D-E16906277A58_1_201_a.jpeg tempImageR7cYY7.jpg

RQS as a good wright up titled: The Benefits Of Humic And Fulvic Acids For Growing Cannabis
Here's a link

That's it for now.
 

LG/

In Bloom
I'm not a Scientist, but just the Rabbit looking down the Hole.

Our Cannabis prefers a Bacterial Soil as well as the Vegetable Gardens, Grasslands, Prairie's, etc. Bacteria will help provide nitrogen in the form of nitrates in which they consume.
The Forest prefers a soil that's more Fungi Dominate which helps provide Nitrogen in the form of Ammonium.

So there is a delicate balance working with both Bacteria and Fungi.
Too much Fungi in the soil and Acidic levels rise and that lowers the Soils PH.
Too much Bacteria and the PH levels Go up and the Soils PH has a much higher alkalinity.
My understanding is our plants benefit from both, and the Fungi (Endomycorrhiza) is one of then they can benefit from.
As I'm sure you've seen, the labels usually contain more that we know what their uses are for.

Humic acid can stimulate root growth and development in cannabis plants, and presence of humic acids encourages the proliferation of root hairs, increasing the root surface area for nutrient uptake.
This is especially in hydroponic mediums like hydrostone, perlite and rockwool, humate (Humid Acid) substances are necessary for creating a root zone that can easily absorb nutrients, chelate metals and carry other elements to nutrient-deprived sections of the plant.
Humic and Fulvic acids work well together, with each providing its own benefits for better plant growth.
The humic acid improves soil health and growth, while fulvic acid naturally facilitates your plant's absorption and use of available nutrients

When adding humic acid to the soil it changes its nutrient profile, affecting its pH. It doesn't lower soil pH, but instead it triggers changes in the soil that neutralizes its pH.
After treating with humic acid, the nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium content are increased, making the soil pH more ideal for plant growth.

And then It come right background to the Soils Microbiology.

I don't completely understand it, as it's pretty complex beneath our Feet.

Just trying to do my best at growing Trees. View attachment 206643 View attachment 206644 View attachment 206645

RQS as a good wright up titled: The Benefits Of Humic And Fulvic Acids For Growing Cannabis
Here's a link

That's it for now.
Thanks for the info.

I am jealous of that outdoor! Looks amazing. I've always wanted to grow big massive trees like that. What a dreamland! I'd just wander around out there...
Can't wait too see this years plants fill in!
 

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It looks to me like the things you're doing are working out fine. Do you do the upkeep like defoliating and training on all those plants by yourself or have some help ?
Thanks
It's a 1 Man Circus Act.
Thanks for the info.

I am jealous of that outdoor! Looks amazing. I've always wanted to grow big massive trees like that. What a dreamland! I'd just wander around out there...
Can't wait too see this years plants fill in!
Thank you,
It's definitely a Dreamland, & occasionally I do get LOST.
I had never imagined this in my lifetime not have to Hide any longer in the Woods.
 

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07-08 8pm
IPM
Begin Deep Watering

Another Hot Day and they're Thirsty. Watering Just before Nightfall so I don't Steam them, I'll Give them More come early Morning.
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IPM is complete and it's now Nightfall, Just Scouting in the Dark while waiting for the watering to be completed.

Spider Nest
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Leaf Hoper
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White Fly
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Predator
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It was an early Day
Started 0430am
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They all had their Root Ball dusted with Great White Mycorrhizae before Transplanting.
And I watered each one with 1 Gallon H2o and Recharge.
4 Tbs per 6 Gallons
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IPM, Sprayed the newest Editions to the Garden.
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0730am Cages are inlace and stakes done.
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That's it for the Day
 
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