Organic soil recipes

Discussion in 'Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest' started by ewbc, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. ewbc

    ewbc Member

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    south surrey,canada
    I am experimenting with organic gardening this year. In the past I have used organic fertilizers as soil and foliar feed, but want to diversify and move further into the organic spectrum. I have access to unlimited horse manure, fish waste ( fish heads and carcasses), kelp or seaweed and also worm castings. I am familiar with making "teas" and researched those recipes, but really, need a soil schedule to introduce the plants into, and a feeding schedule in regards to vegetative growth versus flowering and fruit production. Any advice would be appreciated as I want to start working my raised beds for the summer, as well as start my veggies indoor to give them a strong head start. Thanks

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