Horticultural v medium grade vermiculite

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Horticultural v medium grade vermiculite (approx 20-30mm) and 25cmx10cm plastic sheeting.

Instructions for growing medicinal cannabis in your garden:-

From the beginning of the grow you will be able to use this limited range of nutrients in the grow medium, these nutrients must be added in sufficient quantities to compensate for the stresses from weed growth:-

[greek] Grosso micro organism compost (approx 5-10% humic acid to balance nitrogen, 15-30% mushroom compost or 50-80% brown compost, see below for how to make) [english] or small &, very acidic (approx 1.0%) chemical potting mix such as lava [pot] mix with a high humidity allowance (5-10% extra water, approx)

In the case of growing endo-cannabinoids in your garden, you can also add some of the chemicals of the endocannabinoid family in smaller quantities to be able to achieve an even more potent and desirable result:-

[greek] Traurex 12 for thick, quick weed growth (approx 100mg/litre, however an exact amount cannot be given due to the variable effects of the Traurex depending on the strength of the gel)[greek] Essential oil [greek] of bitter orange (Citrus aurantium var.amara or Citrus sinensis) as the medium has a high concentration of monoterpenes with known mood-elevating activity [english] in the range of.1-.5%.

Please refer to the proper grow method for growing the endocannabinoids in the appropriate media using essential oils only.

How to make 100% organic mushroom compost from potato peels etc:-

This 100% organic mushroom compost recipe is from my good friend Mark who does a lot of help in with farmers around the world. With this recipe you can grow mushrooms for literally years on end, the only key is to grow them large (up to 2-3g)

Mark's compost is only of the organic mushroom variety but it can easily be turned into 100% organic vermiculite/vitraculite as a substitute (or weed growing medium).

(Approx weight, volume, and cost for 1st round of compost is 4kg for 1m$ and 4kg for 2m$ or 4kg for 1 1/2m$ plus 150gm of templo/pot/mushrooms/long sleepers and other appropriate materials)

Note: volume or weight is approximate for some ingredients as they may vary in weight, length or volume per batch

1. Combine the left over potato peels/other cooked vegetable peelings into 1km square that you would like to be composted. Squeeze excess moisture from the potato peels/vegetable peelings and store in an airtight container. Keep in the coolest part of your house or garage to reduce decomposition.

2. For every litre of water use 100gm of templo/pot/mushrooms/long sleepers (measured in grams not teaspoons or teaspoons). (1 litre equals 1000ml or 1000 ml). Add the templo/pot/mushrooms/long sleepers into the potato peels/vegetable peelings and mix.

3. Once you have added the templo/pot/mushrooms/long sleepers into the potato peels/vegetable peelings, wait one week then add in the remaining ingredients.

4. Wait one more week for the templo/pot/mushrooms/long sleepers to start to decompose or soak up the nitrogen, water and minerals, then add in any remaining ingredients.

5. Keep the compost in a dry, dark, heated area of your house that is dry at all times, this will slow down the decomposition.

6. Please refer to Mark for any other recipe information that may be required

How to grow marijuana from "Soft Seeds" [ https://www.facebook.com/fridayindustry ] in a homemade refrigerator

In this particular experiment with growing marijuana in a homemade refrigerator or a farm refrigerator, I grew a batch of marijuana in 10 litre capacity fridges with my girlfriend and a friend. We used 10 liter capacity fridges that were not heavily loaded or used for anything else except for chilling our food.We also wanted to take the temperature of the fridges down to as close to the freezing point of water. The temperature was just a few degrees above freezing all the time and maintained within the range of.01-7C above the freezing point of water. The fridge compressor was not in use during this time.

The grow went absolutely to plan but we did have some unforeseen issues. (For this particular experiment, we had six fridges of which three were running, so we didn't want to have the six litre capacity fridges running the whole time.) Firstly, we had some low electricity prices, so with more demand for the fridges, we needed to have the fridges run more frequently (albeit, at lower power consumption), however, this meant that the cooling cycle had to start more frequently. So in our first attempt, after three or so days of supply, we got a low power drain, which caused the fridge to shut down. As we had no electricity at that time, we were unable to reconnect to the battery until the day after and even then, we had to wait until the next day after that for another battery charge to be able to use the power again.

With our second attempt, we started with a little more warning that the fridge would shut down if the temperature increased or decreased to the freezing point of water. We had to wait a little longer to recoup the cost of power as the run time was extended from 5 days down to 4. We had planned on having a 3 hour on, 3 hour off cycle, but during this time, the run time was extended to 8 hours on, 4 hours off. This would allow us to have access to the power (the voltage spike was much higher than when the fridge was running for 5 days),

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