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tacman7

Leave the roots in the soil

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I read somewhere that the roots will help your grow.

I'm wondering about end of season this year how much plant do I want to pull up?

Maybe cut the main stalk down a few inches underground?

So All those little roots would provide a pathway for next years roots?

I'm curious to see how organic no till will do in upcoming years.

I think I plan to add a little more soil and grow some clover in the Winter.

That would be all the prep I do...maybe

 

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I don’t run no till, but after harvest, I will let my pots dry out and just pull the stalk and main ball of roots. Leave whatever doesn’t break off. Don know if it helps or not, just too lazy to try and remove everything. So far it seems like my soil I’d doing fine after several runs.

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I was really blown away at how well this layering things works, that and the proper mycos put down in the dirt.

I can't rebuild it every year so I guess it's just supposed to keep going.

I could cut a hole where the old plant was maybe big enough for the new clone to be planted.

Have to see how that goes or how I would do it, hole saw?

 

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