I've been questioned lately on some organic specifics and it occurred to me that the fundamental basis is always the starting soil. For those of you who want to try your hand at creating a basic mix without the hassle of going all out here's the mix I use. Easy Organic Soil mix: adapted and revised by ResinRubber from “Vic’s Super Soil mix” originally posted on OverGrow as contributed by the BC Growers Association. 1 Bag Promix (4 cu ft) 3 cu ft vermiculite 6 cups Bone Meal - phosphorus source 2 cups Blood Meal - nitrogen source (as an expense saver 6 cups Bone/Blood meal mix may be substituted with varied success depending upon mix ratio) 1 cup Epsom salts - magnesium source 3 cups dolomite lime -calcium source & pH buffering 2 cups fish/seaweed emulsion – micro nutrients, amino acids, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium *Optional, but highly recommended especially for organic growers, is a mycorrhizal innoculant. Whatever brand you choose, be sure the spore count is above 60 per 50ml and that it contains no fertilizer additives. Mix thoroughly, moisten before use. To gain the full benefit of a living soil it’s best to wait 1-2 weeks after moistening to use.