Originally Posted by hazy
haha! No sweat AB.
On the humidity. The humidity where I live is about 20% right now(typical, we swing from 10% to 65%). I don't have an rh meter, but my room is probably somewhat higher than that because of the wet coco, but I'm sure it's not even 50% maybe only 30%. So I don't know how much that has been affecting you.
I think you should flip them.
They look to be too big to try to wait for them to out grow the stunt.
btw, i think you pH may have more to do with your problems than your RH.
I've never used coco, so excuse me if this is totally off base,
but pH 5.3-5.4 for veg is too low in my experience. In hydroton
and rockwool I start them at 5.6 and drift up to 6.2 by that time
they're usually ready for flower. For flower 5.3-5.4 is okay to start,
but even that is low for the whole cycle. I agree with Hazy that you should
switch those, I'v had many plants recover from minor problems
like yours, just by the new light regimen, feeding schedule,
etc.(my flowering room is about three times the size of my veg,
so they like that too)