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Old 03-10-2018, 05:46 PM #11
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Beta's on it. I would add that coir looks very dry.
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Old 10-01-2018, 09:31 PM #12
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this is cal/mag deficiency, you are adding cal /mag apart from your nutrients???
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beta is correct...You are starving the plant. Hit it with full strength nutrients and who cares about the ph.
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It's a calcium deficiency caused by using plain water and screwing up the cation exchange capacity. Beta is correct.
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I think that might be phophorus deficiency. Do some more research on that. To fix your ph problem, never directly put ph down into the same gallon with nutrients. Add ph down in a separate cup of water then add to your gallon of nutrients.
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I think that might be phophorus deficiency. Do some more research on that. To fix your ph problem, never directly put ph down into the same gallon with nutrients. Add ph down in a separate cup of water then add to your gallon of nutrients.
No offense, but you have no idea what you're talking about. Literally all of this is wrong.
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It's a calcium deficiency caused by using plain water and screwing up the cation exchange capacity. Beta is correct.
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Just do what beta says and hit the books, your plants will bounce back.
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baxbax, get coco specific nutes, and a feed schedule. Follow the schedule until you get a handle on it.
Get some calmag and use it @ 3mls per gal,pH 5.8 is best in coco, don't worry about what's coming out,
because in coco you feed every day therefore you are always running fresh solution thru the coco purging the the spent solution .Good luck.
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