I’d just start over and learn from the experience.
Not really, depends what you're doing with it...The 9 gallons is for "flushing" the plants, unless you're just "watering" only, then use less...9 gallons of even just ph’d water is way to much imo. How are they looking?
Plants and Humans are not the same in this manner...😵😅 The longer all that overloaded food sits in your plant's environment will only continue to do more damage...These are not my plants lmaoo.
also if u over fed a tree which i have plenty of times before. U have to give them time to eat the water thats already in there before giving them more!! Thats like u as a human trying to eat more after eating a full course meal u have to let ur body to digest it first, same concept with plants.
This ^^^Between not enough water and the buildup, it's not surprising this happened.
So this is a good example of what happens when your not saturating the pots? Is that correct? Maintaining that water table. Been giving just enough water to keep things going along, but not really saturating everything so that the roots can expand correctly.This ^^^
If you have proper drainage holes the excess water runs out taking available nutrients with it. Common flushing method.9 gallons of even just ph’d water is way to much imo. How are they looking?
You are NOT feeding.So u feed each 3 gal pot with 9 gallons of water???
I put them outside and they’ve taken forever but they pulled through looking nice nowI’d just start over and learn from the experience.
Well good for you. Great job. They do look good.I put them outside and they’ve taken forever but they pulled through looking nice now