Organic soil growers mosh pit collective of peeps

You are very welcome. Ask away any questions you have. Lots of good growers here to help organic. 12 2gallon pots in the 3x3. Flip early and just the main buds allowed to grow.

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Living soil no till garden is coming to life!! All veggies have been planted and flowers planted in the middle row, hard to tell but all the rows are mounded with a cover crop of clover going in each one, strawberries are starting to produce!!





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Started a tea this afternoon, boogie base+boogie boost+boogie bricks+ .25 cup of dr.earth all purpose + .25 cup of dr.earth bat guano :bat:

Started the brew around noon today so this marks the 12 hour mark…….Holy bio-activity batman :flushed: most active tea I’ve ever made
The outdoor ladies are going to be awfully happy I think :thought_balloon:

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You got some really nice soil there @ADK_Guerrila
Dark and rich
Sweet :yum:
Cheers :beers: :clap: :v:

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Hi there @Gl1tch have a look at david the good on you tube
He an organic gardener with a passion and pretty down to earth and quirky
Shares a lot of interesting information
Cheers :beers:

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Whats going on y’all! Been so busy the last week ive completely missed checking in. @ADK_Guerrila garden is looking awesome, rows wipl be full before we know it. For the flowers did you just plant them for ornamental reasons or as an ipm? We plant some zineas in one of our beds this year and has me wanting to do more.

Doing our final day 42 flower topdressing of Back Road Blooms in our Greenhouse, looking forward to a break from pulling tarps till the late fall run!

It took me a week or two to get it all together, but i built a boom sprayer for our old tractor. Now im able to spray our pumpkin patch and veggie rows woth compost teas, FPJ/FFJ, LABS and all the other organic goodies



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I planted marigolds in my pots for IPM…I may have over done it, lol




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I planted the flowers in the garden mostly to attract pollinators and I had built a few raised beds for the local daycare for the kids to tend to and they had extra flowers that were just going to be left to die, man I wish I lived in a warmer state, your progress is about a month ahead of mine.

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The strawberry patch is producing!! Picked 1.5 lbs with the kids a few days ago.


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We had plans to do some marigolds, got seeds and all, but they never made it to the dirt lol, thu look great!

@ADK_Guerrila thats so awesome! Love that your doing that for the local kids! Strawberries gotta taste so good. I was worried about pollinators for our pumpkin patch, but all the field flowers around us pickes up my slack, and they have been everywhere!

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Speaking of pumpkins I had the the worst time germinating in the beginning or so I thought so I ended up buying a new pack and filing the edges and soaking needless to say now I’ve got about 20 pumpkin plants started and I can’t remember which is which, I’ve got jack o lantern variety and then another big variety :man_shrugging:t2: I told my wife we were either not having any or way too many :joy:
My wife works at the daycare so I like to incorporate our learning practices at home with growing veggies with our kids to the kids at daycare.

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Northern Ny (Canadian) border veggies
Not anything special just all separate from my main garden.

Pumpkins


Watermelons


Sweet corn


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Chicken snacks as Insect frass amendment ??


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There not much now just wait and see
Just like a tiny cannabis plant small beginnings
Cheers :beers:

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Thanks for the tip @Blackmoon. I’ll check it out

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Id say its worth a try those are typically freeze dried and by the time they are done its just exoskeleton that remains for the most part which is essentially just Chitin if im correct which helps boost and support the plant against disease and pathogens

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Your welcome @Gl1tch

Long talk but amazing info for growing stuff

Enjoy your day

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