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cactus soil for growing weed

People seem to like the Fox Farm Ocean Forest soil.
(try to find a soil with no time released fert in it.)

Anyway, so are you suggesting i just invest in a soil test kit? i guess i might have to, but id prefer some knowledge from somone on hear before going out and burning 5 bucks for knowing something someone might already know. Also is it bad that it has a wetting agent?

Is this like a bet you have to try and grow in this soil or is it just what you have lying around?

I like Pro-Mix from Home Depot. Pre-mixed and ready to use.


As to the lower males? Sex was determined when the bitch got pregnant.
(hermies are usually environmental)

My problem with the cactus mix is the lack of lime and what the sand does to the watering system. If you are careful though and your water is the proper PH and you know how to water properly you could use it. I think that soil is going to hold very little water though on account of the sand and you will have to water more often which may lead to problems if you aren’t careful.

Ha nice avatar, that nasty dirty sanchez.


Hello, posted a thread earlier but was told ‘Riu likes the honest approach." I said i was using Uranium enriched soil, only to be ripped on by my lamenes. So Heres my question straight up.

Is this like a bet you have to try and grow in this soil or is it just what you have lying around?

Cactus soil for growing weed

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