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  1. I thought it would be nice to share my (I'm not the first to do it) method for making clones without clonex or powder just using Aloe Vera gel. For a while now I've been growing notill organic but still was depending on clonex for rooting clones. Really wanted to get away from using it and after a couple of very successful tries with Aloe I here I am sharing info. Most of this isn't new information and the method used here is gona be Ot1s method. Although this works well with jiffy pellets. I get an abundance of roots showing out of the jiffy after about 8 days, keeping the humidity at 100%. I forget the name of the active ingredient in the aloe that helps in rooting perhaps someone who reads this and knows could let me know and I'll add it to the info, with credit to that person of course I start by soaking the clones in mix of blended aloe gel and water for 24 hours, at this point they are already sliced and trimmed ready to dip into gel and plant. Next I wash a slice of fresh aloe plant and get it ready for dipping, I usually run a knife through the gel to get it nice an gooey Next I take a clone and dip the clones into the gel and get a nice coating on the bottom of the clone. Next I put the clone into a prepared hole in a mix of soil which has 35% perlite. (it's less than the 50% in the original method, but I try to use as little as possible this is the only stage I add it to my grow) I put 4 per pot Finally the pot gets bagged and tagged I'll take the bags off in aprox 12 days to check on them by that point most if not all of them will have nice roots. This is an oldtimes clone I took 8 days ago just been planted into some soil with a sprinkle of covercrop seed. She's a little pale but in a few days she'll be looking great and ready for more light. Unfortuneately I planted her before I grabbed the camera so I don't have a pic of her roots but I'll post the roots of the ones I took today once they are finished. I always have aloe plants around I use a mix of water and aloe gel, and alga as a foliar feed so this method of cloning comes at little extra cost and is as natural as it comes. I hope someone may find this interesting I found a few vids of youtube about it and it really interested me.
  2. euforia no till

    From the album Passionate dutch girls

    © bluntz27

  3. Hello! pictured are some zkittzo & Sour Orange Diesel sprouted. It has begun!
  4. Hi Guys, I've not posted anything for ages so thought I'd throw up some bud shots of my first run in a new spot. Hopefully a permanent place for myself which will be nice! These are all UK Pineapple reversed onto GG4, Orange Diesel and Amherst Diesel at around 8.5-9.5 weeks bloom in a 1m x 1m bed of organic living soil which I re-amended from some old soil. I have top dressed with a few natural amendments but otherwise just water all the way through, they are just starting to finish but some will need a couple weeks yet....
  5. Welcome To My No Till Adventure I've spent countless hours (most of them blazed thanks to Dinafems ABK) watching youtube videos (Brown Guy 420, Joshua Steensland) and reading up on various styles of no till, as well as reading various books and forum threads. The method really intrigues me for some reason, it just seems to be the 'right' way to grow so hopefully this works ! @Dinafem-Mark pointed out that Dinafem now do all their test grows No Till, so with a bit of luck I might one day be able to grow plants that achieve their full potential. After digesting all the information I could and half melting my brain, I came up with a plan. Get some bits, chuck them into a 54 litre fabric pot and see what happens Once the pot turned up I quickly realised that my tiny little grow box was a tad on the small side so a new cabinet was (is being) fashioned, this is currently housing my SS comp grow but it is so big I can start off my No Till at the same time, just need to finish some bits off this afternoon As the soil mix is done, and has been cooking outside in the pot for about 4 weeks I thought I would share the recipe I came up with (there seems to loads of variations so I have tried to keep it simple, with bits that are available from the internet or locally) Base; 1/5 Jacks Magic 1/5 Peat Moss 1/5 Earthworm Castings (from ebay) 2/5 Perlite Amendments (this was more just chuck it in that exactly measure); Volcanic Rock Dust (500g ish) Kelp Meal (250g ish) Ecothrive Charge (as per instructions) Crab Shell (just enough) Neem Seed Meal (just enough) Oyster Shell (just enough) Critters; 50g of worms (from Yorkshire!) What I call woodlice, they look the same as what all the Americans call 'Rolly Polys' that I have been finding around the garden Mulch; Dried grass clippings (hay) Some bits of mini bark I had lying around Cannabis leaves from the current grow will be added (once the pot isn't on the patio ) Cover Crop; Mixed Green Manure Let the adventure begin !
  6. Hi Guys, I've not posted anything for ages so thought I'd throw up some bud shots of my first run in a new spot. Hopefully a permanent place for myself which will be nice! These are all UK Pineapple reversed onto GG4, Orange Diesel and Amherst Diesel at around 8.5-9.5 weeks bloom in a 1m x 1m bed of organic living soil which I re-amended from some old soil. I have top dressed with a few natural amendments but otherwise just water all the way through, they are just starting to finish but some will need a couple weeks yet....
  7. slh

    From the album London lemon haze

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    From the album London lemon haze

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    From the album London lemon haze

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    From the album London lemon haze

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    From the album London lemon haze

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    From the album London lemon haze

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    From the album London lemon haze

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    From the album London lemon haze

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    From the album London lemon haze

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