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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by robert thompson, Jun 7, 2008.
is there anything that i can substitute for potash that is organic and easily available
greensand, seaweed extract, kelp meal. ask this in the organic forum and you will get a better response.
Well, bananas are high in potash. They don't spread well, though.
Wood ashes are high in potash.
I am not sure about fish meal, feather meal, chicken manure and related products. Any thing that is processed with water tends to lose potash because it is soluble in water.
Ditto the Seaweed Extract.
I talked to all KINDS of people who smoke pot, and I just can't seem to get enough ash to do anything with.
No seriously,...potassium contains a carbon element,..therefore is organic.