Co2 and nutrient ec/ppm in flower, lime green growth

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firetreez12

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Hey everyone I couldn’t find an answer so I’d figure I’d ask. Last round I used co2 and I believe I may have had the levels too high in early flower, at about 1400 ppm of co2. My plants began to turn a light hue of green, pretty much lime colored and I was stumped. Last harvest I don’t think my co2 was as high so maybe that was a factor because I didn’t get that lime green color. Probably averaging 700 ppfd and my nutrients at 1200ppm. All of my run off and environmental factors were normal. Are my feedings strong enough or was my co2 too high? Just trying to get to the bottom of it, thanks everyone.
 
BadDreams

BadDreams

That light green is what you want to aim for. It is exceptional growth, when conditions are right. Some call it the Cali green tops etc. Chase it again my friend.
 
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