I am using organic soil, what kind of nutrients to use?

How are you guys, great dilemma for me, it is the first time that I cultivate and and where I live I could only get ESPOMA ORGANIC SOIL, i it was recommended as a good quality budget optio but is ORganic


after reading a lot on the internet, I understood that there are soil that work with bacteria or Ectomycorrhizal Fungi, could I use Flora trio with this one? what i have right now after so much confusion is flora trio grow, bloom, mcro, calmag, uns molasses, earthworm casting, liquid seaweed, malibu compost and myco +…NEED SOME HELP my babys are coming fast…many thankssss (in using RO water)

This product is regionally formulated from 35-45% sphagnum peat moss, materials derived from one or more of the following (aged forest products, humus and/or composted rice hulls), perlite, limestone to adjust pH, earthworm castings, alfalfa meal, kelp meal, feather meal, & yucca extract.

Active Ingredients:

Ectomycorrhizal Fungi: A total of 131.38 propagules / cc (3.7 million propagules per cubic foot) of the following 5 species:
Pisiolithus tinctorius 105.66
Rhizopogon luteolus 8.57
Rhizopogon roseolus 8.57
Scleroderma citrinum 4.29
Scleroderma verrucosum 4.29

Endomycorrhizal Fungi : A total of 0.072 propagules / cc (2,040 propagules per cubic foot) of the following 4 species
Rhizophagus irregularis 0.018
Septoglomus deserticola 0.018
Claroideoglomus etunicatum 0.018
Funneliformis mosseae 0.018

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Not organic myself but probably @Cannabian can help

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No you can not use nutes that are salt based like that, it will kill your biome. When we talk about organics, what we are really saying is biologically appropriate inputs, things that microbes and bacteria and worms can eat. Composts, worm castings, sea weed, guanos, oyster shells crushed egg shell etc. We get our nutrients from these inputs and any others of natural origin such as bone meal, fish meal , hay, top dressing, over crops like alfalfa or clover. This approach takes a bit of work.
The myco part, seeks out the minerals and stuff the biome is breaking down and provides that to the plants via attatching themselves to the roots.
In general, there is no need to do anything too fancy if you ammend with compost, top dress, use castings and worms, grow cover crops , chop and drop, use teas some times, seaweed and kelp extract with humic acid works lovely. Ammend in the fall with bone meal and feather meal, as they need time to break down. And just water when needed. But thats a big nope on the bottled commercial nutrients


Haha, I actually new that answer. Go figure

ok I understand, I need to feed the soil, there is not one review about this soil on the internet because of that reason I was not sure, I already have molasess,liquid seaweed,
erathworm castings, compost, myco + and I have read that it is a good menu to feed the soil making tea. thanks for your help now i will store my sintetics nutrients and use then next time with coco i guess…