Originally Posted by Cocolores
trying out your methode of watering more than one time a day with no success at all.
But i dont understand why bc its easy to follow and there is no room to do it wrong.
Low EC, right PH, constanly providing the roots with fresh water.
But what happend is the plants look saturated, getting lighter green day by day and do nothing instead of having a fast grow rate.
My understanding is that its unnessesary to wait till the coco drys, even a little bit. wich means pot size doesnt matter bc its wet all the time anyway.
Also plant age and stage shoulnd matter for the same reasons.
I am kind of helpless in this situation.
Should i keep feeding and watering twice a day and watching them dying or will they stabilize under this regime?
If your plants look saturated and are getting lighter green day by day and do nothing it is because the coco was kept too wet for the roots to grow. Period.
I started growing in coco way back when you had to wash the hell out of it, about 15 years now, and THEE single biggest reason growers have problems such as yours is from too wet coco.
When your transplant from cloned to pot, from pot to bigger pot, etc, you should always let the coco dry out a little at first or until you start noticing roots poking out the bottom or the pot requires water daily. Look in my album...
You tried one way and are having complete failure, now try it another way. Without a picture I couldn’t tell you if your plants are too far gone so I suggest starting from clone. I’ll wait right here for the results...