Sorry folks, I removed the previous content simply because I’m apparently making this more difficult then nessarry haha.
After more reading and watching videos recommend by fellow OG’ERS
I’ve ordered some items to get moving forward:
Items I’ve Ordered:
Volcanic Rock pebbles
Earth worm Castings
Organic Seven Seas Veggies
Organic Powered Kelp
Organic Red Clover seeds (Cover Crop)
Nematodes (fungus gnats, white flies, thrips ect)
Base Soil Mixture
85% HP Pro all purpose
10% Earth Worm Castings
05% Valcanic Rock
Preventative Pest Control
NemaKnights - (Steinernema Feltiae)
Neem leaves (Pest repellent)
Promix Orchid mix (Western fir bark mostly)
Bamboo charcoal (smell reducer, pest prevention & microbes refuge)
Soil Airration Amendments:
(Pearlite already in HP Pro)
Soil Nutrients Amendments:
Organic Raw Coconut Chips
Organic Kelp Powder
Seven Sea Veggies
Crushed Eggs shells
Bannana leaves diced up
Gaia Green 444
Gaia Green 284
Fish Shit Liquid
Worms 🪱 Red Wigglers (Eisenia Fetida)
Info about Seven Sea Veggies:
Ingredients: dulse, nori, sea lettuce, wakame, kombu, longicruris, and knotted wrack flakes…
All ingredients are hand-harvested from the Bay of Fundy, Canada, then sun-dried.
Qualities: The Seven Sea-Veggie Blend is an amazing nutritional booster, providing many vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and trace elements from the sea.
Naturally contains 230.65mg of sodium per 7g of flakes. Each ingredient has its own beneficial properties: (Will use very lightly due to sea salt or dilute in water soak before use)
• Dulse: provides a wealth of minerals, vitamins, fiber, and protein. It is rich in healthy fatty acids, trace minerals and antioxidants.
• Nori: rich in carotenes, vitamin C and B12, and iodine.
• Sea Lettuce: provides an abundance of minerals, vitamins, iron, and protein. It is also rich in iodine, manganese, and nickel.
• Wakame: a rich source of eicosapentaenoic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid, magnesium, iodine, calcium, and iron. In oriental medicine it has been used for blood purification and intestinal strength.
• Kombu: known for tenderizing proteins and supporting healthy digestion. It is also a great source of iron and iodine.
• Laminaria longicruris: Commonly used as a rich source of iodine, which is generally used to promote thyroid health.
• Knotted Wrack: Also known as Ascophyllum nodosum, is said to have anti-inflammatory properties, and it is a source of iodine, potassium, magnesium, and calcium.
I may modify this list time to time to reflect what I’m doing, but this “As is” is my base soil and I’ll just continue to build it from here.
All comments are welcome and encouraged…