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by Alex Robles
The Soil Food Web (SFW) is an amazing thing to understand, because it helps us see the beautiful complexity in nature. Without a doubt, It’s not a simple straight line like a food chain is. In a chain we can easily track the energy from grass to cow to human. In the SFW there are a lot more complicated relationships between organisms that live and thrive in the soil. It’s also complicated by the fact that these relationships can change depending on the plants needs. I hope my explanation of the soil food web helps you understand it a little better.
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Greetings everyone, I hope your gardens are looking lush. Since winter is among us I’m going to keep talking about nutrients, specifically nutrient mobility. I think it’s a good thing to understand because it helps me recognize a nutrient deficiencies quicker. In some past posts I’ve given different examples of how this works. Right now I’d like to go a little deeper into it, but not too deep because there’s a lot more science behind it then what I’m about to mention. Continue reading
What’s going on everyone, I hope everything went as planned. Today post is going to talk about a few of the ways that cannabis uses sulfur (S) and some of signs to look for during a deficiency. It is one of three secondary nutrients that a cannabis plant needs to thrive. This element is so abundant in rainwater, the soil and some tap water, that a deficiency is rare to see in plants grown outdoors in the ground. Continue reading