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Just started growing outdoors & I`m using the same soil as last year.Do I need to use some fresh soil or will last seasons work?
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This sounds like a good question for Mark. Where are you MM?
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While reusing potting soil seems like an easy option for your new plants or seeds, reusing potting soil is not as promising as it may seem. Would you reuse a teabag once you have already made tea with it?  Reusing potting soil is the same concept.  Last years plants absorbed the nutrients from the soil, so the soil no longer is filled with the nutrients that helped the last years plant thrive.  New potting soil is mixed with all the nutrients and organic material needed to help your plant grow.  After a plant has used the soil and drained the nutrients, it needs to be replaced. Hope this helps.
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Good to see there are still people who grow in dirt. I cannot stand hydro!!!
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Thanks guys.

Sorry it took so long to respond.For now,it seems like the plants are thriving,but I am a total beginner.If a person is growing for pain relief,what are some of the better strains?

Right now we have 4 Purple Urkles/Big bud strains.
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Thanks guys.

Sorry it took so long to respond.For now,it seems like the plants are thriving,but I am a total beginner.If a person is growing for pain relief,what are some of the better strains?

Right now we have 4 Purple Urkles/Big bud strains.



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Yes,it is me.I saw that I had a message from my e-mail & just clicked on the link when I posted that.
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I guess I`m posting without logging in first.
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Ah,that`s better.
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Hey CB, mostly indica strains have shown a 100% natural pain relief. Its THC content is about 25%. Thus, cerebral activity is much higher. Some of the weed strains proven effective in managing pain are Double Dutch, Golden Jamaican Kush, Romulan, G-13, Granddaddy purple and White Rino are just a few strains off the top of my head.
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Hey guys, check out this medicinal cannabis thread I made: Medicinal Cannabis Strain List (A-Z)
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I like this informative forum already.

Thanks again guys.
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I like this informative forum already.

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Right on bro!!! 

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I like this informative forum already.

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My pleasure CB..I like this site too
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While reusing potting soil seems like an easy option for your new plants or seeds, reusing potting soil is not as promising as it may seem. Would you reuse a teabag once you have already made tea with it?  Reusing potting soil is the same concept.  Last years plants absorbed the nutrients from the soil, so the soil no longer is filled with the nutrients that helped the last years plant thrive.  New potting soil is mixed with all the nutrients and organic material needed to help your plant grow.  After a plant has used the soil and drained the nutrients, it needs to be replaced. Hope this helps.


I agree..if you can afford it, you should use new soil that will be filled with the proper amount of nutrients that the old soil will not possess any longer.

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Thanks guys.

Sorry it took so long to respond.For now,it seems like the plants are thriving,but I am a total beginner.If a person is growing for pain relief,what are some of the better strains?

Right now we have 4 Purple Urkles/Big bud strains.



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