• pharmatree pharmatree

    I'm just curious if anyone has discovered a specific fertilizer or ratio that send to be the best with kratom specifically. Also, if be really interested to hear ideas about how to keep my trees warm in the greenhouse this winter. Anybody have any good ideas? I wish I could find a good solar heater that was halfway affordable but I haven't seen one. May just have to use a little wood stove piped it the top of the greenhouse or else two or three heat lamps hanging down. It's 20 x 10, the girls are in the ground, all one half of it mostly.

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  • peteypyro peteypyro

    yeah, I get seed pods, but cloning is easier.

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  • pharmatree pharmatree

    @mopoke I used 100 grams of powder with a liter of everclear. I let it sit for four weeks and transferred to tincture jars yesterday. I haven't tried it yet lol. I let some of the everclear evaporate but sitting out for a night. My normal dose is about 6 grams so I should have about 3 dose per tincture bottle since I used 6 bottles total. I'm a little worried about investing the everclear in the tincture but I'm sure the amount of everclear is negligible. 

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    @paulinruskin id recommend composting the used coffee grids before use. 

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    Idk if coffee would be best as it could dry out the soil. Did you try rain water for water and fish fertilizer 

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  • peteypyro peteypyro

    @mopoke yes, uploads are intermittent.  I'll  try this photo of a dead tree first,  before I dare try one of a living tree....

    7/1/22. Still won't upload photo...?!

    7/5 no photo loading

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  • peteypyro peteypyro

    @mopoke Rust fungus causes my fig tree to lose all leaves annually.  They come back.

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  • peteypyro peteypyro

    @paulinruskin maybe a tad less sun, and maybe your soil pH is too high? I'd try Black Kow composted manure as a top dressing too. That will help lower the pH. Fabric pots are tough to get to a low enough pH (5.5~6.5). They do better in ground in Florida.

     I've fought chlorotic leaves too ..

    its usually the pH being too high...

     pH meters help reading the pH of water from the pots. This was 7.1, and adjusted to 6.2

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