Is it possible to grow by mixing in cremated remains?

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by MizterCleen, Oct 9, 2022.

  1. Hello, sorry for the weird post. I know it's my first post on here and it seems a little suspect, but I'm here seeking advice for someones last request to me and I'm trying to make good on it.

    He wanted his ashes to be mixed into the soil to grow bud, ad I'd love too, but really don't have the first clue about how to go about it. I've worked for a couple of growers before, but really haven't learned much past the basics.

    I was thinking maybe mixing it with some Coco and then curing it with whatever I needed to, but again, I'm still pretty green at this. I'm not sure if that would even work, so any advice would be appreciated.

    Sorry if this breaks any rules and I understand if it's deleted. Thanks for your time!
  2. Sure Just ashes
  3. Ashes from a cremation aren't really 'ashes' as we imagine them. They are small amounts of bone that is left over from the fire. I suppose the calcium might boost your plants but don't know if there would be micronutrients in them as well.
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  5. your buddy like us all, have some seriously chalky bones,ie calcium,
    triple test the ph with test pots with samples before you commit

    good luck post back how you go

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