Make Your Own Soil From Scratch with 3 Proven Recipes

Make Your Own Soil From Scratch with 3 Proven Recipes

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Sourdough Beginner Info

Sourdough Beginner Info

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Check out www.ThePerfectLoaf.com for all the info. You can make a starter following the directions there. If someone gives you a starter and you want to know the basics here is some info.

BuildASoil Sourdough Starter Feeding

Items Needed:

  1. Kitchen Scale
  2. 2 Glass Jars (I like the Weck Jars but any Wide mouth will do) https://weckjars.com/product/743-mold-jar/
  3. Stirring utensil – I like the Thermworks Mini Spatula https://www.thermoworks.com/Mini-Spatula-Set
  4. Organic Bread Flour (Really any flour you have will work)

Your starter will be very active and require twice daily feedings or you can put into the fridge to slow this down to once per week feedings.

How to know when I should feed?

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Newest Version 1.5.2 BuildASoil Open Source Soil Test Calculator

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Free Soil Test Calculator SpreadSheet Beta Version

Free Soil Test Calculator SpreadSheet Beta Version

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How do I test my soil?

How do I test my soil?

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Heavy Metal Testing Best Practices Living Soil Growers

Heavy Metal Testing Best Practices Living Soil Growers

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List of ingredients weight - Grams Per Cup

List of ingredients weight - Grams Per Cup

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How To Water Living Soil - Over Water Vs. Under Water

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Vapor Pressure Deficit - VPD Guide from Pulse One Grow Room Monitor

Vapor Pressure Deficit - VPD Guide from Pulse One Grow Room Monitor

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VPD helps you identify the correct range of temperature and humidity to aim for in your grow space. With VPD you can achieve the best results while avoiding pest and environmental problems. VPD also controls plant transpiration rates, stomata opening, CO2 uptake, nutrient uptake, and plant stress.

If you master VPD, you master your environment, and become better grower.

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Paonia Soil Company Soil Test The Bomb Recipe

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Terra Vesco Worm Casting Sample Test

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Why Rock Dust? Video and Text

Why Rock Dust? Video and Text

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