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Old 02-23-2018, 05:55 AM #11
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Hi mate, are you running to waste?? Have you checked the ph an ppms of you runoff? That would be the first thing I'd check when trying to problem solve in coco....
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Old 02-23-2018, 09:25 PM #12
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People who think they can tell what is stressing a plant from looking at pictures are guessing. Chasing those guess by adding products to your feeding will rarely help and usually hurts. Just focus on perfecting all your inputs. Temp between 75-80, humidity between 70-85, airflow or co2, perfect distance to light source, feeding 400ppms in veg at a ph of 5.8-6.2. Recalibrate ph meter every week. What lighting are you using? Those lower leaves might be getting shaded. Did you spray the plants with anything?


Actually as an experienced grower I can tell EXACTLY what's going on by looking at pics. As can many folks on this site.
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Old 02-24-2018, 04:56 AM #13
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Yeep. I wanna say mag/po issue? Given the silvery appearance I also want to suggest thrips. If no insects or insect shit can be found then we need to address your inoculants and potassium.
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Old 02-24-2018, 04:59 AM #14
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Second look- not thrips. Your cal/potassium needs an adjustment. Or your lights to accommodate what you're feeding.
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Old 02-25-2018, 04:12 AM #15
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Actually as an experienced grower I can tell EXACTLY what's going on by looking at pics. As can many folks on this site.
What is going on then? I would love to hear from your experience what is wrong in those pictures with what he is feeding the plants.
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They look fine.

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Old 03-09-2018, 10:00 PM #17
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Coco + #4 + perlite

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ID:	449039Has anyone used the mo'koko premium select coco substrate? I am using 60% that, 30% #4 sunshine, and 10% perlite. I just started using that in 10 gallon air pots. I am trying to figure out the watering schedule, it's a bit tricky. Any tips out there? I am having a few leaves doing the taco curl, and I'm getting a bit of yellow tiny spots on the leaves.
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