Maybe my impression, but I saw new coco less permeable. Trying to solve it, the last irrigation before lights off was 20l of SN + 5 large leafs of liquefied aloe vera. The plants have dawned healthy, visibly more developed than yesterday and the substrate seems more "dense" and easy to keep water / nutrients.
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Every morning the first thing I do is watering plants and doing a quick review. With horror today found one of the Monsterization males with symptoms of root rot... as I had nothing planned for those males, they have all gone to recycling. Those males were where I have my mothers and it is not the most ventilated place, now without males and a couple of modifications the air circulates perfectly, I hope it does not go over and become contaminated.
Following in the frenzy of recycling plants, a female jackass has also fallen with which she wanted to do s1, but she was contaminated with indeterminate pollen. And a female space monkey#7 with which I wanted to do s1, but it did not revert well. Now im keeping just a STS destroyer to do some s1 and some sm#5*destroyer fem (sm#5 is a perfect day time space monkey pheno)
I have found two more monstrous features in Monsterization. tri knots and twin branches
thank you guys, it seems that it was only that male...
I have left aside the grow "zone", this scare with root rot has convinced me to give them a suitable home as soon as possible.
They have recovered green color and begin to accuse excess nuts, so I have lowered some nutrients from this last irrigation. I really like the way they grow compact, with a lot of vigor, large but separate leaves from the trunk that allow light to pass, I can not wait to see them bloom.