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    posted are some pics on this strain.

    i have just got these girls up and going so they are baby pics. they are grown in a true living organic soil.

    no salt or organic based food are used. soil is recycled with lots of minerals (green sand, rock phosphate etc) kelp and guano's added to it. once mixed it then brews together in a tote between gardens.

    micro beasts are added during the potting process, during some waterings and as well through homemade organic teas.

    future pics will include how they are layered during the repotting process

    they are presently under florescent lights.
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    Hey, I recognize those leaves. I like the wide spaced serrations.

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    definitly will be closly watching this thread, as I have some Citrus skunk too that I will be starting in about 2 months.Looking good so far.
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    i'm back with some more photo's for everyone.

    in this picture you can see this fine lady is making her way to becoming some fine medicine.

    the back ground displays some of the food products that i will feed my plants with. the crushed egg shells add calcuim and help buffer the soil ph, while the used tea supplies my soil with nitrogen and other elements.
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    yet again a little while later...

    she's now sitting with some of her other food products. steamed bone meal, rock phosphate and the guano's to name a few.
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    i took one or two from each strain and topped them. i did this to see how the plant would grow out afterwards. the rest of each strain i left untouched so i'll see how they grow naturally.
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    Right on 420eh, lookin' good. I'm almost done my Citrus Skunks, they sure frost up nicely, such a fine aroma too.

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    here are some food pics. it may look like human food but no, its food for the plants.

    the first pic is of my natural ingredients. you can see the guanos. kelp, green sand, blood meal and many other items.

    the second pic is of my ground food scrapes. these consist of any scrapes like orange and banana peels as well other fruit or veg rines. i dry them out on a rake then i store them in a box, which allows them to dry out some more. from there i cut them up before putting into a grinder.

    the third pic is of the liquid nutes i purchase. these help me with my teas and can be used straight up. they are liquid karma, big bloom and fish ferts.

    the fourth pic is of my last natural ingredient, the live worms.
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    So you put the live worms directly into your soil??? ive been thinking about making a wormfarm to create my own castings.... but live worms in the soil... hmmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by RatherBBurnin
    So you put the live worms directly into your soil??? ive been thinking about making a wormfarm to create my own castings.... but live worms in the soil... hmmmmmm

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    yes they live right in the soil with the plant in it. i'll be posting a pic or 2 of them soon.

    they move the moisture and air around as well as process the food particles that i put into the soil. once digested they then fertilize the soil with their waste. its a win win situation. you can use more than one kind of worm as well. to get started you can buy "red wigglers" online and dew worms at your local bait shop.

    you can not use salt base foods with worms.

    i haven't made a worm farm yet but maybe someday.
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    update:

    the potting procedure i used, which involves layering and food spikes, can be found at my medi kush grow thread. it can be found at

    http://www.treatingyourself.com/vbul...ad.php?t=33382
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    below are 2 pics of one of my citrus skunk plants.

    one pic is of the plant and the other is of the top section of the same plant.

    i'm sure you'll look at it and think OMG what happened. yes its ill but these pics were taken a while ago. the plant is feeling much better now. i could show you nothing but great looking plants that have no problem but that wouldn't be right. i have problems just like most people so why hide it.

    what happened?

    i applied to much ph buffer. my ph buffer consists of a some lime and steamed bone meal. i put to much in each container and the plant suffered as things started to lock up.

    no worries though as the whole garden is looking up now. more pics will follow along soon. at that time i'll tell you how i fixed things up.
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    2 more pics of my citrus skunk.

    in the first picture you can see some of the damage in the lower end of the plant. this was caused by an earlier problem but in pic 2 you can see its getting along better now.
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