SUPER SOIL ( White Rhino Grow )

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U.K. available ingredients

50L Plant magic soil

(sphagnum peat, Fytocell foam and Organic Growth Stimulant)

6L Bioblizz coco mix

(Composted coco fiber )

6L Organic worm castings

( NPK + micro in low amounts )

2L Perlite


300g (Westland )bone meal

(NPK 3.5/7.05/0 )

300g (Vitax) Blood meal

(NPK 13/0/0 )

300g ( ivisions )seaweed,Kelp meal

(Small NPK + 70 vitamins and minerals, plant hormones and biochemical compounds.. )

300g Plagron Bloom bat guano

(NPK 3-15-4 + micro )

170g (Dehner ) Phosphate potash

(NPK 0/10/15 +5MG +12Su )rock phosphate, unknown potash source ? stimulates microbe life & improves

soil structure

140g (Vitax) Calcified sea weed

(Small amounts of NPK. 46% calcium oxide, 5% magnesium oxide; sulphur, copper, iodine and cobalt and some twenty trace elements & raises ph of acidic soils )

500g of (Kernow Black )Biochar

Kernow Black feeds this biochar with nutrients and micro-organism cultures

Lacto Bacilus from rice water,Molasses bacteria ,Calcified shells bacteria ,Seaweed

Small pinch (Vitax) Epson salt

magnesium, sulfur and oxygen, (MgSO)

1 cup (ivisions) Volcanic rock dust

(Micro nutrients ,Microbe food )

5g Lignohumate

Humic acid 46%,Fulvic acids 50%, Micro-elements 1%, Sulphur 3%

Grate White

(15 different species of mycorrhizal fungi, 11 different species of beneficial bacteria and 2 species of trichoderma)

Extra microbe food

( 2 cups Organic oaks 1/2 L of cooked rice , molasses )

Real Coconut and coconut water

(Small NPK + Micro , Plant hormones ,cytokinins, )


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Hello this is my first attempt at a super soil grow

After studying subcools recipe I think I've came up with a uk version that will work ,

I've mixed all ingredients together on the 18 /10 /2015 then split them into 2 bags and left to cook for 2 months

In the grow tent where it's nice and warm.

I' have 4 white rhinos growing and will take cuttings for this super soil grow ,

As its my first try I will only use 2 plants for super soil just in case something goes wrong with the mix

Trial and error

First time also at taking cuttings so will document this as well ,

Will be good to hear anybody with experience with super soil from uk

Hope we can learn something

Enjoy :)

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Sounds good. Will be following for sure. 

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Always wanted to try the super soil recipe but struggled to get all the ingredients. Will be watching this space , keen to see how they grow with the soil  :gamer:

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Ok the strain as been changed due to super soil not ready white rhino as now been grown with powder feed

So the new strain with super soil is now pineapple chunk

This grow will be 3 strains

3 white rhino and 2 CBD shark shock with gh powder feed

Pineapple chunk with super soil

The super soil smells like fungus like it suppose to but not seeing any mycelium like I'm suppose to

So I've sat the bags of super soil in the veg tent to warm up hope it's going to be ok

Pics to follow

Would take videos but grow he is not taking any new registrations

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Mopman the only ingredient I had trouble with is rock phosphate but the Dehner phosphate potash is rock phosphate from what I could translate as its German but I don't know what the the potash is from if there's any Germans here maybe that can help but the product did say it benefits microorganism sin the soil so I'm hoping it's not going to fuck things up

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