hey man, feel free to pm me anytime or hit me up here in the chat thread. I pretty much just try to let nature take over as much as possible. occasionally I get assistance moving stuff around, but for the most part I just water, mulch, and spray neem. I grow in organic soil. I keep my soil mix simple, it's just native clay soil from my backyard amended generously with perlite and worm castings, with some neem seed meal and seaweed/kelp meal for trace nutrients, and a couple spoonfuls of oyster shell flower for lime. Once my soil is mixed, I pretty much use a no till method and mulch every 2-4 weeks with worm castings and chopped fresh herbs. I grow lemon balm as a companion plant because it increases essential oil production, acts as a deterrent for some pests and a trap plant for others, and it is generally considered a dynamic accumulator so it's great for mulch. My plants love it when I mulch them with chopped lemon balm and water it in. I use 5 gallon smart pots indoor, and I plant in the ground outdoors.
I'm relatively new to indoor growing. My indoor is going really great right now, but I'm still trying to find the right balance between my indoor and outdoor grows. I haven't started as many plants as usual for my outdoor grow, and I'm not spraying neem as often as I should. My main outdoor plants are a plot of lebanese landrace plants. They are very hardy and don't need much water or maintenance, but won't yield very much. I'm about to transplant 10 professor paul enigma x lemon alien tester seedlings outdoor, so hopefully I'll have enough plants for a decent yield overall.
Hit me up anytime if you have a question