Grow Guide for Cannabis When amending dense topsoil with black cinder for cannabis cultivation in Hawaii at a 200-foot elevation, a good rule of thumb is to use a ratio of 1 part black cinder to 3 parts topsoil. Here’s a revised guide that incorporates this ratio: Soil & Aeration:
kalo taro Growing kalo taro in Hawaii requires specific soil conditions to ensure healthy growth. Here are the recommended soil pH, N-P-K (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium) ratios, and the percentage of topsoil to smaller black cinder for successful kalo cultivation: Soil pH: Kalo thrives in slightly acidic to neutral soil conditions.
Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis Here’s a growing guide for Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis in Hawaii at an elevation of 100 feet: Climate: Elevation: Hibiscus Rosea Sinensis thrives at lower elevations, like the 100 feet mentioned. Temperature: It prefers temperatures between 60°F (15°C) and 90°F (32°C). Avoid planting in areas with strong winds or
Raising white pineapple (often referred to as “White Sugarloaf” or simply “Sugarloaf”) in grow beds in Hawaii at 700 feet elevation involves paying careful attention to several factors including soil quality, pH, and nutrient levels. Here are some general guidelines to consider: Soil Quality: White pineapples prefer well-draining soil. If
This is a quick and easy way to enhance your soups, rice, or any other recipes that include a broth. Feel free to add/delete.
Ingredients: Good water (we use ionized alkaline water) Turmeric Ginger Aloe Vera Celery rib and leafs Orchard lemon and tangerine Local honey Greenhouse lettuce Greenhouse
Looking for a fun way to use up extra garden peppers, green onions, and celery? This recipe is for you!!! Chickpea Salad: 1-2 cans organic
Cut peppers in half and remove seeds (set them aside to dry and replant) Put pizza sauce on the bottom of the pepper Put shredded