Skybuds Organic Grow Room #47 - Organic Tea Part 3

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Strain Name: Freakshow / Hooch / Skunk
Strain Type: Regular / Autoflower
Strain Breeder: 7eastgenetics
Growing medium: Supersoil
Growing Ferts: EWC & Compost Tea & Top Dress

Organic tea episode 3, with the worm tea added and no change ifln the plants I am now able to add the bokashi tea. This is a probiotic tea so this is one that is really going to feed to microbiology.

Not much to report on the plants outside I am still trimming bottoms off to help fight any pests.

The next tea will be a banana water tea that will consist of banana water aka soaked peels and molasses.

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Dude you have an epic garden here. I really like those big planters too, and how you have the plants sharing a symbiotic root system. That's gonna be some really good bud man , great work!

Thanks, I know I have noticed plants love to be with each other.

I plan to add some veg like a tom plant and pepper and maybe small kale as well but need other heat-tolerant plants

You need to put some WD-40 on your water pump, lol. Dude that banana peel water is kick ass! I did it once, but now I just compost them. And super crop that one plant before you flip

haha sure do, It is a pain. Yeah i got to do something it is gaining inches a day haha

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It's looking good so far, the farm I was working in Oregon several years ago used made teas from compost and also worm castings, and I think the results were very good. We are making plans for an eventual reunification in Cambodia, where I will purchase another tuk-tuk and prep it for camping adventures. We'll be converting one of the sprayers like you have to a road shower and ass blaster.

haha that's funny, Van life, Yeah worm tea and castings are huge and more farmers need to learn this