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Old 12-29-2018, 01:06 AM #1
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new coco grower multi strain

hi there icmag thought i would try growing my own dank

i have bought dna mills coco with cork

and there nutrient starter pack

this is my 2nd attempt as i killed last seeds

i started seeds in root riot cubes and transplanted into coco

last night

there not looking too great can i fix them

they are under 96 watts of t5 which is 3ins away from plants

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Old 12-29-2018, 01:18 AM #2
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i forgot too add what strains i have there.

phantom og
three blue kings
OGKZ
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Old 12-29-2018, 01:35 AM #3
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How much EC of nutrient are you giving them? Did you pH your nutrient solution to 5,8?
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hi Cvh they were fed tonight EC0.8 PH6.0 I Use ph liquid drops...
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Ok. Perfect.

The plants do look a bit droopy to me.
Looking at your pictures it looks that your coco is a bit dry.
Coco coir should never be allowed to dry out. This is different then growing in soil.

Try watering them more often. (Always with nutrients in Coco). And water until 25% runoff. Otherwhile salt builtup might occur.
Normally in less then 24h they should be perky again.

For the rest I see nothing wrong with your plants.
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Old 12-29-2018, 02:04 AM #6
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thanks Cvh when i potted them up tonight i only gave small amount of feed just too wet
root riot under coco i will add more now...
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Be sure to read also all the Sticky Threads into the 'Growing in Coco Coir' forum subsection.
They contain tons of info and tips.
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Hi Magus,
Thought I'd follow along. Indeed coco is different then soil. Cvh gave you some good advice. But lately I've been reading to ph to 6 or even 6.2 so anywhere around 6 should be good.

In plants starting out...even in coco, a little drying helps to get good root growth. Once in final pot with roots established...you can water daily or even multiple times a day...never drying. IMO
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Thanks DrDee thats what i did with last seeds gave em too much water and roots were
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Ya...gotta go light with the little ones. Good luck with these though...
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