Those meters aren't accurate they can't even be trusted for moisture. Also DON'T feed the foxfarm yet, it's still adequate to feed that plant, I suspect you have pH issues causing lockout going on.
Fox Farms has a lot of nutes in it already, you might be seeing an overdose situation. Flushing won't help since the soil is time release. Some strains just don't handle Fox Farms, at least initially. It has a lot of pre loaded nutrients and roots sometimes seem to have issues with it. How much water are you giving? Do you water to see any runoff or just a fixed amount?
Slurry check ? And I use reverse osmosis water.Those meters aren't accurate they can't even be trusted from moisture don't feed that foxfarm yet it should be adequate for that point I suspect you have pH issues going on you need to get a pH meter and accurately start testing what you're pouring in and also do a slurry test to know what's going on with your soil
Yup, Slurry check. Also consider proper meters for best results. When I get a minute later I can look up what specific issue that plants showing but it comes from the soil so again its back to what you're pouring in, and needs a slurry test in my opinionSlurry check ? And I use reverse osmosis water.
When you don't run water enough to come out the bottom, salts from the nutrients can start to accumulate causing high levels of nutrients and salts in concentrated areas of the soil. Running plenty of water will help to dissolve the excess salts in the growing medium. This is the goal of flushing... to remove excess nutrients. It is a balancing act between using enough and too much nutrients, and it is surprisingly easy to overdo it.I don’t water till water comes out the bottom I just water till soil appears wet.So my plants won’t harvest?