Emmaljunga exclusive Bloom & Flat Earth was disappointing so I mix it with rosjord!

I use wejbulls Pro rosjord most of the time, but now when I get to test the Emmaljunga exclusive Bloom & Plant soil so I mix it with rose soil for Emmaljunga earth I think contains too much turf.

I show here how I'm doing with a small video, Nothing fancy but for beginners it can be interesting. It is one of my “Trinidad moruga scorpion” that may move from a 4 liter roskruka to a 10 liter odlarkruka.

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Note: My like give me a comment is over for this time, the one who got the bulb was Ann Easton.

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37 Responses to Emmaljunga exclusive Bloom & Flat Earth was disappointing so I mix it with rosjord!

  1. Ann Easton says:

    Super good instructional video easy to understand for a beginner. Your plants are inhumanly beautiful which small trees.
    Glad you are so interested to share it with the rest of us.
    Sincerely, Ann

  2. Irene says:

    Clear and informative on both Earth's nature and the management at the retraining! The bulb looks out to be sufficient to illuminate the large area. Thanks for looking :-)!

  3. David W says:

    I usually put poorer soil farther down in the pot when I plantar if, always get over from other annual crops. Since I always have one sack with cheaper flower soil that UXO may serve to infill.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Nicklas!
      No I have not tested the airpots, I know it is said that it will help the root system to be better. We'll see if there are any vendors airpots who is willing to give me a airpots I'll try and see if it delivers what it promises. A fun experiment that I would line up on when I actually manage quite well without these airpots 🙂

  4. Rickard Pettersson says:

    Always learn something when you put your nose here haha ​​🙂 the lamp had every beautiful in my F.D.. The liquor cabinet

  5. Issac Hill says:

    Good movie, nice to see your little chilli basement 😛

  6. Rickard Pettersson says:

    It's easy bit announced haha

  7. Johan Johansson says:

    Good movie and a good site. Stig doing a great job

  8. MIA says:

    Always interesting posts 🙂 can aldig learn too much and your lamps and light experiments are enormously interesting.
    Greetings from Aland

  9. Christopher Möllberg says:

    Your plants always look so green and beautiful out!

  10. Micke says:

    Really good movie you made. Really hope to win your contest when I wanna grow during lamp:-D

  11. Kerstin R says:

    nice plants! Have you always wear gloves when you replant?

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hello Kerstin!
      Well I have gloves for the most part when I replant, are so damn dirty hands not because it hurts so much but I work with high school students all day long and they do not like dirty hands 🙂

  12. Ken K says:

    Very good video 🙂

  13. Erik Fehrm says:

    It appears clear that everything does not have to be an exact science…some buckets like that on a few scoops like that…some skvättar water on so on with lots of light….TADA…toksnygga plants on fruit!

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Yes Erik!
      It's not so sure you know what you're doing. You learn with time how the plants would have the. They get just the right light, the right temperature and water and food and a lot of love and care as they grow, and it is a sign that they like what you do 🙂

  14. Michael Klein says:

    Good video with interesting tips, fabulous plants

  15. Billy Axelsson says:

    Always instructive to come here for a while!

  16. Mike B says:

    Very good video. Super fine plants.

  17. Dan Bruhn says:

    Exquisite plants and good instructions!
    High quality as always 🙂

  18. Lennart Estberg says:

    Is mightily impressed with your instructional videos! You put them on the brim. Watering them below or just above?

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hello Lennart!
      I water the big top, these flat washers to avoid the water will drain out on the floor.

  19. Pierre says:

    Thank you for sharing your experiences!

  20. Liselotte says:

    It would be wonderful to have so much space, but with one of your lights, it would in any case be able to be a little easier to take advantage of the few areas I have in my little apartment.
    Thanks for sharing.

  21. Niklas Gunnar Solstickan Malmberg says:

    Really good cut the. Very informative for amateurs so myself, but without too much frills.
    Lite text, but it says everything needed, no one kollrar away on words.

    Comes time for transplanting at home with soon, must obtain some new 4L plastic pots only. 🙂

    Keep it up, and where the heck can I get these kinds where fantastic Chili Club shirts? 😀

    /The second strip! it with Sol! 😀
    /Solstickan

  22. Andreas says:

    Thought try Weibull professionals rosjord this year but can not find it. No site online and not in our local gardens.
    What is the difference between professionals and ordinary rosjorden get no response in those who sell land.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Andreas!
      I have been in contact with the Weibull customer service and that is probably the case that it is the same earth in which only called Rosjord when they redesigned the layout of the bags and also the size of 40 liters instead of 50 liters.. I'll contact their Product later, When will I get a precise answer on if it's the same Earth. Come back here with answers.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Andreas!
      I now have an answer to the question of professional Earth and why rose can't find “Weibull's Pro rosjord” in stores

      The Weibull Pro rosjord I use has changed its appearance as it is called just the Weibull Rosjord 40 litres/ 18 liters., It's exactly the same recipe as in the ancient follicle at 50 liters.

      We want to grow organically, they have also a certified organic rosjord, The Weibull
      Simon Croft Rosjord it contains a little more silica mud and certified organic cow manure.

  23. Andreas says:

    Thank you for all the help gets to be.

  24. Jens says:

    Have you tried growing in coconut fiber?

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Jens!
      No I haven't, think it goes so well in small cubes. I grow in the ground, then when they are going out of my chilihus.

  25. Anders Juhlin says:

    Fine and interesting website you have.

  26. Mia Karlsson says:

    Really unlike earth, driving with Weibull rosjord because you tipped off about the past and there seems to be no reason to change!!! Thanks for all your tips and any other means for that matter 🙂

  27. Micke says:

    A very good movie for nybörjre.
    But I think you should,someone who reads texten.de also applies to the other films you've done. For it can get quite jobbiggt to find time to read and chased together have enough time to understand what you read.
    Since I have Dysselecksi

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hello Mike!
      Well I know that it is better if I would even have speaker voice to movies but when I make these little movies quickly so I don't have time to post on the speaker's voice. A tip is to press the pause button so you can read through the texts.

  28. Micke says:

    Thanks!!!
    I have not thought of that you can do.

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