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  • bio: Shilajit is a unique biomass concentrate derived from ancient plant matter native to the Altai Mountains ๐Ÿ—ป๐ŸŒฑ โ–ช66% Fulvic Acid โ–ช10% Humic Acid
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I'll be starting a new Article tab section on OrganicAgSilutions.org all about growing in the coming week, the first article will be on how to turn your aged no till soil mix into 3x the volume plus how to balance it's mineral profiles accordingly! If you guys have any suggestions on what you'd like me to touch on article-wise (Shilajit or not), please leave them in the comment section below. I'm going to be dedicating a lot of time in making this a solid reference to for the organic gardener, from A to Z ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒฑ

I'll be starting a new Article tab section on OrganicAgSilutions.org all about growing in the coming week, the first article will be on how to turn your aged no till soil mix into 3x the volume plus how to balance it's mineral profiles accordingly!

If you guys have any suggestions on what you'd like me to touch on article-wise (Shilajit or not), please leave them in the comment section below. I'm going to be dedicating a lot of time in making this a solid reference to for the organic gardener, from A to Z ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒฑ

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  • @logandr89 (41 min)
    Hell yea can't wait.
     
  • @josephh44 (44 min)
     
  • @tommy713x (1 h)
    Recycling soil is an awesome topic, also preparing super soils would be cool as well, and to top it off maybe some mycology techniques
     
  • @dinodna_ (2 h)
    I'm surprised to see you using perlite in no till.
     
  • I think an article teaching people how to start and continue the process of No-Till gardening would be amazing for all the new followers and such. Shit I've been following you for a while now and I still have many question and concerns haha. We all love what you've done for us brotha keep it up!
     
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2017-02-24 09:49:59

All the more reason to know your grower! #Repost from @farmacy_phactory & @steephilllab ใƒปใƒปใƒป Last week, NBC LA asked us to test the samples they had purchased from various California dispensaries. They reported the results on a special last night. In case you missed it, here's an excerpt: Via @NBCLA: "Almost every salesperson at the dispensaries we visited told us their products were pesticide-free. So the I-Team had the 44 marijuana products tested for 16 pesticides at Steep Hill Labs in Berkeley, one of the nationโ€™s largest cannabis testing labs. Steep Hill Labs found 41 out of 44 samples, 93 percent, tested positive for pesticides, at levels high enough that those products would've been banned for sale in some other states that currently regulate the use of pesticides in marijuana products. "It appears pesticides are very widely used" on Camarijuana crops, said Dr. Don Land, a UC Davis chemistry professor who is Steep Hillโ€™s chief scientist. "It was surprising that so many (samples) had so much contamination." Dr. Land said one possible reason is that California has no laws or regulations banning use of pesticides on marijuana crops, unlike many other states and there are no federally approved pesticides for cannabis Twenty-six states have laws allowing the sale of marijuana for medical or recreational use. States like Massachusetts ban use of non-organic pesticides on pot altogether. Other states, like Nevada, Oregon, and Washington have strict limits on how much pesticide residue is allowed on marijuana that's sold. Those states require testing pot products before they go on sale. But California does not. "Eating pesticides is fairly safe," said Steep Hillโ€™s Dr. Land. "Inhaling those compounds is a different matter." Land said some pesticides become more dangerous when they're heated up or burned, like Myclobutanil, a fungicide Steep Hill Labs found in 23 of the samples we sent.

All the more reason to know your grower!  #Repost from @farmacy_phactory & @steephilllab ใƒปใƒปใƒป
Last week, NBC LA asked us to test the samples they had purchased from various California dispensaries. They reported the results on a special last night. In case you missed it, here's an excerpt:

Via @NBCLA: "Almost every salesperson at the dispensaries we visited told us their products were pesticide-free.

So the I-Team had the 44 marijuana products tested for 16 pesticides at Steep Hill Labs in Berkeley, one of the nationโ€™s largest cannabis testing labs.

Steep Hill Labs found 41 out of 44 samples, 93 percent, tested positive for pesticides, at levels high enough that those products would've been banned for sale in some other states that currently regulate the use of pesticides in marijuana products. "It appears pesticides are very widely used" on Camarijuana crops, said Dr. Don Land, a UC Davis chemistry professor who is Steep Hillโ€™s chief scientist. "It was surprising that so many (samples) had so much contamination." Dr. Land said one possible reason is that California has no laws or regulations banning use of pesticides on marijuana crops, unlike many other states and there are no federally approved pesticides for cannabis

Twenty-six states have laws allowing the sale of marijuana for medical or recreational use.

States like Massachusetts ban use of non-organic pesticides on pot altogether. Other states, like Nevada, Oregon, and Washington have strict limits on how much pesticide residue is allowed on marijuana that's sold. Those states require testing pot products before they go on sale. But California does not. "Eating pesticides is fairly safe," said Steep Hillโ€™s Dr. Land. "Inhaling those compounds is a different matter." Land said some pesticides become more dangerous when they're heated up or burned, like Myclobutanil, a fungicide Steep Hill Labs found in 23 of the samples we sent.

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  • @terptownpharms (58 min)
    Are = aren't
     
  • @terptownpharms (58 min)
    As long as these big companies sell the bullshit by the gallon people will use it out of necessity and lack of knowledge sad to know that was what they found the problem is who's making the products are teaching the masses their poisoning them
     
  • @luke_doe (1 h)
    Damn this shit is gonna be so easy to spin into how many bad "side effects" weed has cause these fuckwads wanna cut corners
     
  • @42micron (2 h)
    Grow your own
     
  • @jahhhhgibz (3 h)
    Now let's hope they do a fucking two hour special on food and pesticides on the mainstream news
     
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2017-02-24 06:40:41

The Altai Mountains are protected from industrialization by one main rule: No paved roads OR railway systems. Dirt roads spider through the valleys and mountains, making this region a truly magical place. Altai is considered to be the worlds most biodiverse ecosystem, and is known to be "The Green Pharmacy" and "The Lungs of the Planet" ๐Ÿ’จ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ—ป . The water that runs through these valleys is crystal clear, as are the feeder streams that lead to it. We purify our Shilajit in pure Altai Mountain spring water which creates an overall cleaner, more effective product than Himalayan Shilajit. Don't get me wrong, Himalayan Shilajit can be of good quality but it's inconsistent and filtered with questionable water sources. Plus, the biodiversity found in high-altitude Altai Shilajit is simply unsurpassed. #WhereShilajitComesFrom

The Altai Mountains are protected from industrialization by one main rule: No paved roads OR railway systems. Dirt roads spider through the valleys and mountains, making this region a truly magical place.

Altai is considered to be the worlds most biodiverse ecosystem, and is known to be "The Green Pharmacy" and "The Lungs of the Planet" ๐Ÿ’จ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ—ป .

The water that runs through these valleys is crystal clear, as are the feeder streams that lead to it. We purify our Shilajit in pure Altai Mountain spring water which creates an overall cleaner, more effective product than Himalayan Shilajit. Don't get me wrong, Himalayan Shilajit can be of good quality but it's inconsistent and filtered with questionable water sources. Plus, the biodiversity found in high-altitude Altai Shilajit is simply unsurpassed. 
 #WhereShilajitComesFrom

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2017-02-22 23:39:33

If you took thousands of different species from one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet (The Altai Mountains), mashed it up and left it to #ferment between layers of rock for millions of years until it could not be broken down any further, you would get a nutrient-dense, rich, resin-like concentrate. This is #Shilajit. I use this for everything from seed activation, clone propagation, foliar spraying, and root drenching throughout the cycle (once biweekly at .1g per gal.) to enhance #photosynthesis, plant metabolism, and to build plant #immunity. Natural Shilajit has a long list of dense phytonutrients, #enzymes, fulvic acid, humic acid, secondary metabolites, and a broad range of amino acids all in the most efficient form of nutrient delivery found in nature - microbial metabolites ๐ŸŒž๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ—ป #WhatIsShilajit #OrganicCloning #HumicSubstances #ShilajitGardening #Shilajit #NoTillGardening #PlantsFeedingPlants #AdenosineTriphosphate โ†ช Link in bio โ†ฉ

If you took thousands of different species from one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet (The Altai Mountains), mashed it up and left it to #ferment between layers of rock for millions of years until it could not be broken down any further, you would get a nutrient-dense, rich, resin-like concentrate. This is #Shilajit.

I use this for everything from seed activation, clone propagation, foliar spraying, and root drenching throughout the cycle (once biweekly at .1g per gal.) to enhance #photosynthesis, plant metabolism, and to build plant #immunity. Natural Shilajit has a long list of dense phytonutrients, #enzymes, fulvic acid, humic acid, secondary metabolites, and a broad range of amino acids all in the most efficient form of nutrient delivery found in nature - microbial metabolites ๐ŸŒž๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ—ป
 #WhatIsShilajit
 #OrganicCloning
 #HumicSubstances
 #ShilajitGardening
 #Shilajit
 #NoTillGardening
 #PlantsFeedingPlants
 #AdenosineTriphosphate
โ†ช Link in bio โ†ฉ

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2017-02-22 04:23:00

Only 8 more days to enter this month's giveaway! Simply tag #ShilajitGardening in your garden(s) grown with Natural Shilajit for valid entry. There is an unlimited entry limit, both photos and videos are accepted. I will choose the photo/video which jumps out most to me! The things I look for include: 1. Cleanliness 2. Plant health 3. Creativity 4. Overall eye appeal Good luck everybody ๐Ÿ™Œ #ShilajitGardening @d9_mafia is definitely in the running with this pre98 Bubba ๐Ÿ‘

Only 8 more days to enter this month's giveaway! Simply tag #ShilajitGardening in your garden(s) grown with Natural Shilajit for valid entry. There is an unlimited entry limit, both photos and videos are accepted.

I will choose the photo/video which jumps out most to me! The things I look for include:
1. Cleanliness
2. Plant health
3. Creativity
4. Overall eye appeal

Good luck everybody ๐Ÿ™Œ
 #ShilajitGardening
@d9_mafia is definitely in the running with this pre98 Bubba ๐Ÿ‘

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2017-02-21 18:58:25

Literally two main ๐Ÿ„ highways ๐Ÿ„ travel up the main stalk in this picture, and another massive one on the opposite side! This is an act of an intelligent #organism that is far more efficient than man will ever be. In a few months this entire stump will be turned into humus through the act of humification, where it will enhance the soils ability to hold onto nutrients for future cycles to come๐ŸŒฑ #NoTillGardening

Literally two main ๐Ÿ„ highways ๐Ÿ„ travel up the main stalk in this picture, and another massive one on the opposite side!

This is an act of an intelligent #organism that is far more efficient than man will ever be. In a few months this entire stump will be turned into humus through the act of humification, where it will enhance the soils ability to hold onto nutrients for future cycles to come๐ŸŒฑ
 #NoTillGardening

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  • @minthle (2 days)
    @nwnativeorganics whats the loss a couple grams for the potential of saving a good strain ?
     
  • @shadynasty23 (2 days)
    @owlslee this is what I saw in the bed
     
  • @plant_n_prosper (2 days)
    @nwnativeorganics That's a good question, I've never flowered one out in a side by side or anything but from what I can tell... It comes back a little weaker and throws out more branches. I'm sure it would rexover but I'm not sure if that stress will play a toll or not. My gut says it may, but if I were trying saving a strain I wouldn't care either way
     
  • @nwnativeorganics (2 days)
    Hey this question is a lil off post, but i have a fire strain of mother tongue. It's almost done flowering. If i take a clone and revert it back to veg, will it sacrifice it's genetics and growing potential ?
     
  • @plant_n_prosper (3 days)
    @theruben_drk Nothing is too big for fungi ๐Ÿ‘
     
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2017-02-21 07:35:03

Berryessa Area OG (Holy Rhodi x Fire OG) stinks up the entire room already ๐Ÿ™Š

Berryessa Area OG (Holy Rhodi x Fire OG) stinks up the entire room already ๐Ÿ™Š

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2017-02-21 06:50:50

Some midnight smoke to get creative ๐Ÿด

Some midnight smoke to get creative ๐Ÿด

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2017-02-21 06:43:42

#rituals ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ’จ๐ŸŒฑ

 #rituals ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ’จ๐ŸŒฑ

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  • @prem0187 (2 days)
    Thank you! ๐Ÿ‘Œ
     
  • @cmo3200 (2 days)
    I need you to help me on my backyard. I think its becausr of my dogs piss (no grass growing). I know I'm missing nutrients but don't know the soil structure like u do.. please help? What can I plant to make the grass grow back? What nutrients is my soil missing
     
  • @jackhighz (2 days)
    Clean as hell โœจโœจ
     
  • @plant_n_prosper (2 days)
    @prem0187 Yep! That's my method of choice, others swallow a rice grain - pea size ball of it like a pill while others put it in canna caps ๐Ÿ‘
     
  • @plant_n_prosper (2 days)
    @westcoastchronics_llc Yep! Exactly. We don't need much either, which is why Shilajit is known so well for its regerative properties; it literally transports ATP from dead matter to living plant matter just like we return ATP back to the earth when we die. The never ending Phosphorus cycle ๐Ÿ‘Œโ™ป
     
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2017-02-21 06:41:50

I thought I'd give this new seed activation technique a whirl... No method to the madness but I'm curious as to if keeping an active solution will do anything at all for the germination rates. Or perhaps at least it will cause Shilajit water to penetrate into the seeds faster? Or maybe it will just kill all of them once they crack due to the intensity of the funnel... Time will tell ๐Ÿ˜

I thought I'd give this new seed activation technique a whirl... No method to the madness but I'm curious as to if keeping an active solution will do anything at all for the germination rates. Or perhaps at least it will cause Shilajit water to penetrate into the seeds faster?

Or maybe it will just kill all of them once they crack due to the intensity of the funnel... Time will tell ๐Ÿ˜

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  • @plant_n_prosper (1 day)
    @arje_ What are those? Interesting
     
  • @plant_n_prosper (2 days)
    Just wanted to update everyone on this, seeds sunk about 6 hours faster than the rest that were soaking in stationary water. They're in organic paper towels now and will hit soil in the next week ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒฑ
     
  • @plant_n_prosper (2 days)
    @farmacy_phactory it does contain the enzymes, fulvic, humic and potassium needed for seed activation so I honestly think it could have a good chance
     
  • @guru_x_mj (2 days)
    Love the innovation my dude!
     
  • @plant_n_prosper (2 days)
    @farmacy_phactory Challenge accepted ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ’ฆ๐ŸŒฑ
     
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2017-02-21 06:06:32

WARNING: OMAX advertises this microscope (40X-2400X Full size Lab Digital Trinocular Compound LED) for Macbook's but they don't offer the necessary software that's even compatible with them. How dissapointing... Are there any Mac users out there with a scope that works for their system? Thanks in advance!

WARNING: OMAX advertises this microscope (40X-2400X Full size Lab Digital Trinocular Compound LED) for Macbook's but they don't offer the necessary software that's even compatible with them.

How dissapointing... Are there any Mac users out there with a scope that works for their system? Thanks in advance!

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  • @cannarborist (1 day)
    The proverbial Rubix cube
     
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  • @plant_n_prosper (2 days)
    @wildcraftedseedco Ahhhh, I see. Now it all makes sense! I thought I was doing something wrong for minute, the disc that came with it was broken and they didnt include an owners manual either. Very surprising.
     
  • @wildcraftedseedco yes I can locate the link for you. DM or text me a good email address.
     
  • @plumber_joe (2 days)
    @plant_n_prosper I have run into this issue with a different brand. I needed up never figuring out how or even if I could use it on my@mac
     
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2017-02-20 22:06:17

Being grateful is literally the secret to happiness; without #gratitude in life we haven't a thing ๐Ÿ™

Being grateful is literally the secret to happiness; without #gratitude in life we haven't a thing ๐Ÿ™

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  • @dylantringali (4 days)
    Gratitude is right! We get to wake up every day and be ourselves!
     
  • @plant_n_prosper (4 days)
    @samadhi_sun How'd you like it?! ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ‘
     
  • @samadhi_sun (4 days)
    After a long wait, I finally sampled the coveted one and the bamboo cut of velvet rush. Nice to be on the save wavelength with the living soil growmies we're part of ๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿ‘ฝ๐Ÿคค
     
 

2017-02-20 01:10:01

 

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