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This must of been about 2 or 3 years back since I tried dr earth. Now that your asking if it was to hot for the plants I do remember it was. I went back to the store explaining the situation. They suggested I start the plants in dr earth seedling starter mix something along those line. It was good for cloning as well. I ended up buy some perlite and peatmoss which I still have a ton of left to soften the premium soil up with.
I was growing auto’s when using this soil you should know that. Outdoor plants are much stronger in resisting things like mold and bugs from what I’ve picked up around this forum.
Could you have soil delivered to your address inside of a store close by? If so, I’d suggest roots organic. For 45 dry litters it cost me $12 and some change for a bag.
That’s what I was kinda thinking, figured I’d probably need to add in more perlite. So I’ve kinda jumped around using that because if I needed to add to much more in to make it lighter, those few extra bucks add up. It wasn’t to hot was it? I’ve read a few people having issues with it burning their plants. Is the reason you only used it once because of the moisture issues?
I’ve used dr earth premium soil for only 1 indoor grow. I found it to be super heavy locking in moister which ended up causing mold and other issues. I don’t know anything about growing out doors though. Maybe the things I found faulty would work better outside.
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I’m planning on doing around 75 plants so I’m not trying to buy lots of promix. It was my first thought but it would add up to way more than I want to spend. I think I’m just going to mix up some peat moss and perlite with some dried ferts(I’m going to be digging holes next week and start mixing my soil to fill them very soon after so I was thinking of mixing a bit more of a higher nitrogen fert at first so that it can even out a bit more by the time I plant). I’m not sure if that is as good as of a plan as it sounds in my head, but with 75 plants needing at least 1cu ft of soil brought in, I need to try and stay in my budget range. I plan on most of the holes being only around 2 cu ft(bigger for the harder dirt areas) with as I said about half of the native soil where it is a viable alternative to mix in too.

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I’ve used dr earth premium soil for only 1 indoor grow. I found it to be super heavy locking in moister which ended up causing mold and other issues. I don’t know anything about growing out doors though. Maybe the things I found faulty would work better outside.
Hello all, I’m planning and getting started on the guerilla grow I’m doing next year. I’m in the northeast of the US. I’ve picked out most of my spots…

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