After a few seasons I've "perfected" my organic soil mix. Now I'm looking for feedback, I've seen that there are a few genius minds in the world of organic growing here and I'd like to here from you guys. My base is a local rich soil mix with several addatives that I won't bother to list. in addition to that I add Worm castings Azomite Dolomite Bat Guano Mexican Bone meal Blood meal Kelp meal (this was substituted with fish emulsions in other batches and turned out just as good if not better) Oyster shell dust Perlite a few cups of piranha and tarantula if I have them at the time Glacier dust Bat guano Jamaican I don't bother with vermiculite. Many growers have told me to add it to help with root structure, but I reuse soil and vermiculite will mold over time if exposed to too much water. A few guys I've grown with have told me to add peat moss to my mix, most use a bag with some camo pattering "coco" something or another I think. Can anyone explain the benefits of this because they have never been able to and I don't see it doing anything for my crop. Other than that, comment away, I'd appreciate some feedback :] edit: I've also been wondering about green sand, at least I think it's green sand, if anyone knows anything about this I'm all ears. From what I've heard I think it's supposed to aerate, but hell if I know.