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Old January 4, 2024   #1
Growing West
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Default Grow Tent Soiless Medium Help

I’ve been mixing my own potting soil for starting in Steuwe Deepots for quite a few years. Now that I am using a grow tent instead of an arboretum, it’s not working as well. I’m looking at a medium of just coir pith and vermiculite (aragonite at bottom). What fertilizer regiment should I use after true leaves establish themself? I’ve looked at the “Total Biome Organic Indoor Plant Food” product, but haven’t made a purchase. If anyone has a proven regime for a non-fertilized substrate, please share, thanks!
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Old February 3, 2024   #2
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I have many Native American Secrets for Purely Organic fertilizer I use.

If I were you; I would continue with purely Organic Products, Amen!!

I combined my farm dirt today with my Organic Mixture and had much fun, Amen!
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Old February 3, 2024   #3
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I’ve been mixing my own potting soil for starting in Steuwe Deepots for quite a few years. Now that I am using a grow tent instead of an arboretum, it’s not working as well. I’m looking at a medium of just coir pith and vermiculite (aragonite at bottom). What fertilizer regiment should I use after true leaves establish themself? I’ve looked at the “Total Biome Organic Indoor Plant Food” product, but haven’t made a purchase. If anyone has a proven regime for a non-fertilized substrate, please share, thanks!
We use agro thrive 3-3-2 ,it an organic liquid all purpose fertilizer that's working well for us.
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