Rev. Summit’s 808 Quick Mix for Recycling

Aloha friends and thumbs! Back to give my recipe for how I recycle my soil in what I call the 808 Quick mix. This should be slightly adjusted if you are in other parts of the world as I am making a tropical mix for a quick dry in moist or tropical environments.( key tip: keep soil light- add more sponge rock or perlite if you are in extremely moist environments ) This mix works well indoors but may need a few components for west coast growers, as you will notice I do not add Epsom Salt.

808 Quick Mix

1.5 yards recycled soil from pots

** shake old root system from old soils and discard**

10-15 lbs Earth worm castings
1 to 2 – 1 lb bag niu sponge rock or perlite
1/4 cup trace elements
1 1/2 cups Alfalfa meal
1 cup Kelp meal
1-1/2 cup Blood meal
1- 1/2 cup Bone Meal
1 cups Mexican Bat Guano
1/2 cup jamaican Bat Guano
1/4 cup Indonesian Bat Guano
1/4 cup granular Humic Acid
1/4 cup fine ground myccrohyzea

** I usually add about 1/2-1 cup garden lime or 1 cup of oyster shells as to adjust my ph up, If you need a down ph I suggest change the ph of water or use a Aluminum Sulfate of some kind, but I have checked my bucket of soil before I recycled to get an average ph of my soil medium after a season and a flush. I like a neutral soil Ph of around 6.5-7 **

Remember this is a quick mix, I de-root and mix ingredients well and start using immediately after. So good planting and farming.

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