You correct it by fertigation frequency and concentration. Read here then ask any questions you have because im sire you will have.Tha
Thanks for the info Zen_Seeker.
I went to my grow shop and asked about watering practice in coco. I was originally watering every third or fourth day when the pot got light. I was told I need to water 2-3 times a day and keep the pot saturated. So for the last couple days I been watering 2x a day...no change if anything the condition is a little worse. I also have leaf tips curling down so maybe nitrogen toxicity? How do you correct a nitrogen problem like that?
Ok writing this cause i see this issue often and rather have a thread to link than explain this each time. This is not my work but a collection of info from many members here and I have put into practice myself. So first off COCO is NOT soil. For best results we want to keep it saturated...