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Old 11-24-2018, 11:42 AM #21
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Quite the array.
Killing it, keep up the good work!!!
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Quite the array.
Killing it, keep up the good work!!!

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They have had K blockage. The homemade seaweed did not sit well with them, I have eliminated them from the diet. I have also started watering until runoff 20%. They love corn SST so much. This has been the last deposit using silicon (aloe vera juice & horsetail OHN)


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The plants do look better after cutting out the seaweed. Less twisted leaves.

How did you process the seaweed? I have always been curious to try and make my own liquid seaweed but was turned away by the idea of trying to get rid of the salt in it.
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Old 11-26-2018, 06:58 PM #25
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Looks like things are statring to turn for the better interesting irrigation ya got there..is the a nipple leading into the pump or a small piece of hose?
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The plants do look better after cutting out the seaweed. Less twisted leaves.
How did you process the seaweed? I have always been curious to try and make my own liquid seaweed but was turned away by the idea of trying to get rid of the salt in it.

welcome Infinitelight5D, Do not process the algae ... that was the problem, just fill a 5-gallon bucket halfway up Sargassum, add half a liter of LAB and one kg of sugar + 4 months resting. For the next attempt of diy algae, I will first give them several baths with RO water.





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Looks like things are statring to turn for the better interesting irrigation ya got there..is the a nipple leading into the pump or a small piece of hose?

hi tleaf, welcome. i Better post some pictures of the irrigation system, its not automatic irrigation yet, I have temporarily dismantled it, it needs improvements, the pump that I use is bad and old, it does not generate any pressure, and it did not allow me to water in each of the 8 outputs with the same flow














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Im not happy with the current tent, for nexts Im going to eliminate the organic fertilizer JLF, I think it saturates the coco coir with organic matter and I think it is the cause of some problems. I do not see any benefit over the synthetic fertilizer, and if not using the organic fertilizer, the irrigation system will be kept cleaner.
I will keep using the Bennies, OHN, raw sugar, natural covercrop, etc. It is rare the day that under 30 ° C and I have verified that if the substrate is full of beneficial life everything gonna be ok, otherwise always arrives some opportunistic pathogen, and with these additions I have healthy and white roots over 30 ° c.







Another update is that I kill one of the plants, the Hp13s1, with 4 weeks of flowering, still growing mutant flowers, and i feel panic when thinking of nanners.


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They stink a lot. it's a slap of strawberry jam / weird incense inside the room. I set my lazy ass in motion. As "I have" a sack of coal, I have directly thrown away the used one instead of reusing it ... but when opening the sack it is of a much lower diameter ... and I have already thrown away the old one ... well done mike ... well done ...










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They have not go worse, but the horrible burned points will have to be seen a few more weeks. Currently watering at 700ppm (0.5ec scale), runoff 20%
Of the 3 times that I have put this cut of jack, this is the one that more odor come off.

















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They look better.. but i wished to ask how did you burn them with those organics??


Am remember that this kind of burned tips i haved when i growed with synth nutes..
while i sees you growing organics so am fuzzled a bit..


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