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B0bbyBuds

Indigenous Microorganisms (IMO)

Hey, I was wondering if anyone here has cultivated any IMO/BIM? I was hoping to cultivate some soon but was wondering if it was too late and wet in the year to do so.

I was planning on using the rice in a box method then cultivate them. Using similar methods to the following;

http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/oc/freepubs/pdf/BIO-9.pdf

http://www.kswcd.org/conference/Dr%20Hoon%20Park%20III%20-%20Indigenous%20Microorganism(IMO).pdf

Anyone have experience or knowledge which could help?

B0bby

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I did it this way but then didnt like the idea of introducing unwanted creepies into my grow room

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i'd love to have more knowledge about organic growing.

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@@CharlesHavlin If you haven't already read Teaming with Microbes. You can download it from the link in my sig and then buy it if you find it useful, there's lots of of information in the UK420 organic section too. I'm still learning too, once you start reading about organics and become familiar with the terms google is your friend and also SciHub, also in my sig. Also websites like modern farmer, with the legalization happening in US there's loads of Facebook groups where you can find quite interesting and innovative ideas and see what people are trying out.

I see your in lat56, teaming wit microbes help the soil become more temperature resistant to the cold, not much for above soil though :doh:

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