So I want to migrate over to recycling my soil in to a Just add water style of growing. But where to / How to start? Most of the threads I read people always seem to recomend starting from scratch, going off topic or show examples on a scale much larger then I ever intend to go plus those threads are also using measurements in the cubic foot and pound scales. Nobody agrees on what conversion process to use. Lets not debate that here. I would like to find some info using dry cups per gallon of medium. As far as medium and nutrients I would also like hear about working with what I already have and purchase only what I absolutely need unless I am taking one step forward and 4 steps back each step. I do have a separate Veg and Flower area and I would like to just harvest 2 plants a month. My girls (unknown indica strain) seems to hit the amber trich mark at 8 weeks from 12/12 flip, maybe 7. My flower area can fit snugly 6 of the 3 gallon equivalent air-pots. I also have been using blumats and really like the arrangement with the air-pots. My only complaint with them are cleaning the water lines after some teas go through. They sometimes gets gummed up at the valve and the lines get a funky growth in them so I would like to go with water only in the future. My water is filtered down to 0 PPM. I currently have on hand enough FFOF that has already seen a grow cycle using teas for feeding to fill all the pots and then plenty left over. More then enough used FFOF to cover me. Perlite has and or will be added as needed to the visual eye. I have an estimated 15-20 dry cups each of the following.. Espoma Tomato Tone. Dr Earth Rose and flower. Azomite. EWC. Pelletized Lime And about 4 liquid cups of Blackstrap Molasses. I played around with the NPK numbers of the ingredients on hand and found that the ratio of 2 cups tone, 1 cup Dr earth, 1 cup lime, 1 cup Azomite and 4 cups EWC would produce approximately a 15-15-14 NPK. Am I on the right track? I do also have some bat and seabird guanos remaining and a few other ingredients but not enough atm to be considered for this transition unless I need to get more. . I am looking to make a mix whereas each 3 gallon equivalent air-pot is harvested , I can amend and cook for a water only soil on the next run. The perfect world to keep it simple process would be, chop the plants and toss medium with broken root ball in a storage container, add a scoop (1-2 cups) of a pre made mix of dry amendments, Wet everything down with strong molasses tea and possibly EM1 then leave to cook for 4-8 weeks. Maybe tossing the soil around each week to aerate just so I can feel like I am doing something to help the herd. This is how my thinking is going anyway. I am opened minded to any style in the keep it simple arena of suggestions. Sooo, to go water only and stay organic, Working with what is on hand, what more would you purchase and at what ratios would you mix it all up ? Then per gallon of soil, how big of a scoop of mix would you apply?