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- 8 Steps to DIY Bokashi CompostingDecember 29, 20160
Bokashi: The Composting Samurai Effective microorganisms (EM) are tiny little living entities that help break down compost and organic matter. They operate in a different way than beneficial bacteria or fungi in how they affect your plants. They turn up the volume on compost and aid in creating a soil that is rich in microbes and nutrients that you can integrate right back .. Read More ..
- So Your Friend Told You to Use CANNA...December 11, 20161
So, you were told you should be fertilizing with CANNA nutrients. Why? And what does that mean? CANNA is the industry leader in quality fertilizers, which just happen to work really really well in cannabis cultivation. They are always on the cutting edge of research and development, and share their knowledge and discoveries with the curious gardener looking to better .. Read More ..
- The Quick & Dirty Wrap-Up of Beneficial MicrobesDecember 1, 20160
Types of Beneficial Microbes The idea of working with microbes can be a bit intimidating or confusing for those that have never done it before. Introducing strains and colonies to your soil culture has a number of benefits that can increase your plant yield, overall health, and vigor. Beneficial microbes often work within the rhizosphere (the area that surrounds your plant’s .. Read More ..
- Trichoderma a BiofungicideNovember 18, 201615
Trichoderma (Trike-oh-Derm-ah) Trichoderma is a beneficial fungus that helps to protect your plants against molds and bacteria. These tough little guys stand up against root rot and grey mold, protecting your plants from being destroyed. They create a barrier that make it impossible for harmful bacteria and pathogens to pass through. Trichoderma surrounds your plant’s roots releasing compounds that trigger their natural .. Read More ..
- 5 Ass Kicking Applications for AzospirillumNovember 4, 20161
Azospirillum, Fixing Nitrogen Like a Boss Flatulance, while this might be an oversimplification, is essentially the process from which Azospirillum convert nitrogen gas to plant usable, ammonia (NH3). When it comes to nutrition nitrogen is the limiting factor in plant growth, playing a key role in almost every process of a plants life. In effect, azospirillum also affect almost every process .. Read More ..