Help! I forgot to buffered the coco coir before repotting clones and now they are stressed

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So yeah I forgot to buffered the coco coir before repotting clones and then added my first doses of nuts (pH 5.8, EC 1.2).

When I measured the EC of the run-off it was in 2.0! So I decide to do a flush with a medium dose of nutes (reach 0.3 EC with Calcium and from there add the nutrient bases until reaching 0.6). It took me some watering trough the day to have a run-off of 1.0.

First time growing in full coco coir and perlite. They were happy and in full growth but after repotting they fell down. Now waiting to see if this works! 😱

It was good what I did or I screwed up more? Any advice is well taken!
 
Dub_City405

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The only advice i have for you is that i never did anything to the coco besides first nutes. And these babies have been green ever since.
 
surhaze

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The only advice i have for you is that i never did anything to the coco besides first nutes. And these babies have been green ever since.
Beautiful girls over there!! by the way I suspect that the coco coir I bought isn't the best quality possible (don't buffered) but it's the only option that I found here in my city. Thank you for share your garden and I wish you the best!
 
LexLuthor

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Seems like you took care of it already. Pictures help ALOT, if you have time or the capability post some pics for us. Even if everything looks great I love seeing pics of plants.
 
surhaze

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Seems like you took care of it already. Pictures help ALOT, if you have time or the capability post some pics for us. Even if everything looks great I love seeing pics of plants.

This photo was taken after the repotting!

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This is how they look now:

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Thank you all for your answers!
 

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