Mixing Coco with soil
Posted 20 June 2020 - 10:35 PM
Is best to let it compost for a while after you mix it IMO
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Posted 06 August 2020 - 06:04 AM
Posted 06 August 2020 - 08:29 AM
agree with mongy let it sit for a while b4 using
very general rule of thumb you need a little more sulfur when using coco in a soil mix
a little extra gypsum can help in that area but as mongy suggests , mixing compost &
coco & leaving it to sit for a few weeks B4 use is prob all you need to do , of cause if
you really wanted to get full on there would be a list of stuff you could add & do as long as
one of the first mixes i played with was coco & searles soil conditioner , 5 in 1 i think it was 50/50 mix
might of added some perlite as well i think , used bottled nutrients back then , went ok indoors
air in a mix is pretty important so adding some perlite or small scoria https://www.soilworx...ZBoCdRcQAvD_BwE would be handy
i'd prefer peat rather than coco myself , might want to checkout this write up on peat vs coco https://www.kisorgan...t's own weight.
also i think you'll find peat is cheaper when you buy a 220lt bale $45 https://nudgeeroadla...products_id=330
Posted 07 August 2020 - 05:37 AM
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