Grow Talk 962: Resin Rails, Keeping Worms Alive, Curing Cannabis, & Autoflower Difficulties



  1. I listen to your pod cast on spotify every morning. here in new Zealand on my bluetooth ear muffs while I'm panel beating cars for a living . Learning as I go awesome work falas

  2. Scotty, you should check out The Secret Teachings of Plants, and Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm, both by Stephen Harrod Buhner. Both have fascinating information about plants, their feelings, how they function, etc. As always, love hearing about microbes, Recharge, and other organic-based questions on here! Great podcast guys keep em coming

  3. i leave the fan leaves on after harvest for one day to allow moisture to exit the leaves, if you take them off sooner they will take longer to dry. its like when you get carrots, if you dont cut the leaves off your carrots they will go soft and not as turgid or tough from moisture loss through the leaves.
    by the second or third day the fan leaves come off because by then they have started to wilt and are starting to cover or enclose the hanging flowers. removing the wilting fan leaves will allow more air flow around the flower.
    just wanted to share hope this helps :))
    thnx , love all you guys and gals at the DGC

  4. all you need to do to harvest those castings is to put your food scraps, leaf debris, or egg cartons off to one side of the worm bin cover that side from the sun then wait. The worms will migrate over to the side with food and darked out. After that just dig out the exposed half of your bin.

  5. Next time I read a blog, Hopefully it doesn’t disappoint me just as much as this particular one. I mean, Yes, it was my choice to read, but I genuinely believed you would probably have something helpful to talk about. All I hear is a bunch of crying about something you could possibly fix if you weren’t too busy searching for attention.

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