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  1. Hey guys. I have been looking at the Jiffy pellets to propagate my seedlings, and I noticed that there are 2 types. One is the Jiffy pellet made from sphagnum peat, whilst the other is Jiffy C Coir pellet. Does it matter which pellet option I choose if my final medium is going to be organic living soil?? Your advice is appreciated as always...
  2. Thanks for the advice guys@GGG @afternoon blazer @StickyD420 ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘Š I'm gonna buy new living soil cos this is my first organic grow. I just wanted to see what options I had for next time around... If the soil quality is not compromised, it might be cheaper to reuse this living soil for a second run. But I have some time until I reach that stage so I will research this a bit further...
  3. Can the same living soil be used for multiple grows (freedom farm premium classic soil)? If so, how do I prepare it for the next grow? Are there any special organic amendments that I need to add before the next grow? Or can I just pop in the next seedling and use the biobizz nutrients to grow the next plant?
  4. Interesting opinions...๐Ÿค” Gotta weigh up the pros and cons I suppose...
  5. @zairek Thanks for that bit of information cos I thought black buckets were better...
  6. @TheUltimateNoob @GGG Thanks for clearing that up for me...
  7. @TheUltimateNoob When using organic nutrients, do I add these to the water and then do the dechlorination or do I dechlorinate the water first and then add the organic nutrients??
  8. From what I understood, the pH pen is essential if you are not going to use "living soil". With living soil, it is not necessary to pH the water because the living organisms in the living soil regulates the soil pH. The living soil buffers the pH and keeps it at an ideal level for your plant. You just need to water your plant with dechlorinated tap water. This can be accomplished by leaving the tap water in a container for 1-2 days...
  9. @afternoon blazer Hey bru, Thank you so much for all your advice ๐Ÿ‘ will definitely check them out๐Ÿ‘Š
  10. @afternoon blazer @Prom Hey guys, Thanks for the advice - much appreciated ๐Ÿ‘Š I will take everything I learnt from everyone into consideration for my next growing attempt๐Ÿ‘ I just need to find a good store that stocks what I need and then I'm set...โœŒ๏ธ
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