Farmfield Soil

Discussion in 'Absolute Beginners' started by Sly, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. Hey,

    I live literally right next to a farm, its in my backyard. So i was wondering, do you think that using soil from a farmfield, which currently has things growing in it, would work well in growing weed?
     
  2. Why not? The farmer will routinely fert it. I would still use liquid ferts, of course.
     
  3. If hes growing tomatoes, that soil should be the best. I read somewhere that weed had almost identical nutrient requirements and pH levels and stuff to tomatoes
     
  4. Well, i'd take some soil from the field, i wouldnt just leave them in the field, thats the only thing, so i'd have to fert them myself
     
  5. fly,

    Greenhouse...greenhouse.....we don't need no stinking greenhouse here in the states!
     

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  6. Love the pic of a field full of tomatoes. In the UK, where I come from, tomatoes are a greenhouse plant. Now I´ve got the munchies, MUST have a tomato.

    And yes, the fert requirements of toms are identical to MJ, they also have a veg stage and a fruiting stage.
     

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