organic fertilizer...any opinions?

Discussion in 'Cannabis Outdoors' started by budblower10, Jun 6, 2006.

  1. budblower10

    budblower10 Member

    i heard this on the net and i wanted to see what u guys thought. basically....

    1. u have 1 cup of alfalfa grinded up to as close to a powder as possible (alfalfa is what rabbits eat, almost like grasS)

    2. take that and put it into a stocking and tie the stocking closed.

    3. put 3 tablepsoons of epson salt in a 5- gallon bucket filled to about 3 inches shy of the top

    4. work the stocking with the alfalfa in the water with ur hands, almost meading it.. it will start to mix and turn a dark green/brown color. do this thoroughly until its a rich dark color

    5. let it brew (sit) for 3-5 days.

    6. water plants with the brewed result as a fertilizer



    i heard this and it actually sounds alright. what do u think? good , possible, terrible ... what lol...i tried it on one plant today and im anxious to see results...if this doesnt seem good, let me know what veg. ferts (preferably organic) that u use
     
  2. cotter builds

    cotter builds Member

    doesnt sound like the greatest thing.....i mean salt + plants = dead
     
  3. rangerdanger

    rangerdanger Senior Member

    Dry alfalfa = hay.

    You know, like the hay people feed horses.

    Anyway I've heard of people doing that with hay before.
    But not as the only thing used as a nutrient. I doubt if it contains the correct amt's of N-P-K a plant requires for optimum growth.

    P.S. 3 tablespoons of Epsom salts per 5 gal. water ain't gonna hurt anything.
     

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