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Old 04-04-2008, 06:33 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Poor little, edible Trout......We use SunFish, SuckerFish or CatFish..
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Old 04-04-2008, 07:15 PM   #22 (permalink)
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yeah, i have a buddy who is into spearing for sucker fish and he throws one in the bottom of each hole when he plants for great results. he is quite an outdoorsmen, and uses things like moose and deer manure instead of just cows sometimes... also, make sure that your holes are nice and deep when your planting with a fish in the hole, as if its not buried far enough down, animals might smell it and feel the need to dig it up... not so good.
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Old 02-26-2009, 10:12 AM   #24 (permalink)
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I just found a picture of a Tree...........check out the stalk!!
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Old 02-26-2009, 10:24 AM   #25 (permalink)
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This is a seedling when it was just put out to pasture----surrounded by the bones of cows!
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that seedling is a small shrub.
take a file to the site for fresh bone shavings,
can you have fresh bone?
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Old 02-26-2009, 05:19 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Nice phat stalk on that first one WOW! I like the shrubs I do
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it looks a bit photoshopped perhaps?
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Old 03-27-2009, 11:31 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Question marcus12660 has a question!

Here's a few questions sent to me via PM, marcus is not unable to post......
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I am a new member from Montreal.

I would like to ask a few questions about your outdoor growing methods.
You mention that you add nettle (I had to look this up and have no idea where one would go about getting some but hey let's save that for later shall we? (lol) , by making tea out of it, but how much "tea" does one make to put with the water with the ferts ?

And what kind of ferts and how often do you give them to the plants. I am really looking forward to trying out your outdoor technique's and am in the process of procuring everything that you mentioned that may be required for this summer's adventure .

Again I thank you for your help.
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Hey Pharm Girl
Another couple of questions, if I may........Your special recipe, how many plants is one able to plant with the mix (with the amounts listed)? I don't mean exactly but approx (?)How often and how much do you water ( you mention that you put the ferts right into the 20 l pail , how many plants does this cover ? Do you give them ferts everytime you water ? Your temporary greenhouse ( what an ingenious idea!) are all four sides of the tent covered in plastic or are two sides left open ( for air?) ? You also mention that you wait till the "moon is right"........can you please elaborate a little on this also ? I know I have a lot of questions but I am just trying to understand better so that I do not have a repeat of last year ( my first try, and needless to say, not very sucessful!lol) Thanks for your help.
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With the recipe you should be able to do at least 15 plants.....give or take. I always mix back in the soil removed from the Earth. Watering depends on how much rain we get...yes I do put all my ferts in a 20 litre pail.......and if I can get my hands on a bigger pail, so be it. Personally I fert almost every time....

The temp greenhouse is made fast and comes down fast....all 4 sides are covered with plastic. Oh yes the moon.......there's quite a few sites on 'Planting by the Moon'....you might wanna check that out!

Are you going seed or clone? And if clone, which one?? Northerners are limited to certain varities....if I may suggest that for your area to find genes that are ready no later than the 15th of Sept.
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Thanks for all your help. I have gone through all the forums, a wealth of info there, everyone's contribution is greatly appreciated. I read the link you posted about the moon cycle's, very interesting to note indeed. I am using clones. I would like to try and grow perhaps 3 different kinds. Northern Lights,M-39 and a strain from a friend, which is very hash-like tasting, but I don't know the strain.Around 5 plants of each.Which would you suggest ?
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You're not kidding.........that 's exactly what I was thinking reading all her post's !!But I would also add you and many of the other poster's here who (willingly) share their vast knowledge with us noobs.thanks
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Thanks for all your help. I have gone through all the forums, a wealth of info there, everyone's contribution is greatly appreciated. I read the link you posted about the moon cycle's, very interesting to note indeed. I am using clones. I would like to try and grow perhaps 3 different kinds. Northern Lights,M-39 and a strain from a friend, which is very hash-like tasting, but I don't know the strain.Around 5 plants of each.Which would you suggest ?
Both the M and the NL finishes on time for your location....
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A friend of mine......he throws in one fish per hole.
He says it's a portuguese trick for beautiful flowers......never tried but sounds good to me.
I used to have many large fish tanks and every week had to do a water change on at least one,(5-10 gal.). Used on outdoor grow......
The goilz Loved It.!!!
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Hey PG, can you use your recipe for indoor as well ?
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How's it going this season. We've had almost 3 months of solid sunshine with the rain arriving just yesterday on the West Coast. Gotta hold out about 2 more weeks if possible.
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A few more are 'Holding Out' here too....we've had so little rain...and a tremendous amount of humidity....i'm yet to see a 'season like this.

With all the 'Bush Runners...in these parts...I've had to be ready for 'Anything....!!

I've even potted a few in 'Pots...which I never do!!
The Bear came to visit this week, kleaving a trail of destruction...'He was after the Mushrooms growing on a dead tree!!! We can clearly see all the Claw marks as he sat and Ate!!

Then blew through the 'Crop upsetting a few pots.

I'm really after 'Early Genetics!! I'd like to be out of the 'Bush before hunting season.
That's all I want from SantA this year is Early Girls~
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There is a west coast early girl called Texada Timewarp which is an equatorial variety that blooms at about 100 days old. Usually time it so it blooms around end of July and harvests around mid to late September. Problem is it's not a large plant so multiples have to be planted to gain any amounts in poundage.
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