i know why the branch fell over because it got the weight of a tank no crap i tried some string to lift it.
There all good points and i rarely see coco growers going through a complete grow with perfect leaves and no imbalances with there plant i can just rely on what the nutrient maker advises and watch the outcome...even there advise on dosage amounts can be too high.Thing that can cause leaf tip burn, foliar urea, excess sodium, excess boron. A lot of ppl miss the boron. Remember ec is just total salts so things like sulfates will add to that measure.
Things that I have found with minor tip burn is sometimes by increasing the plants available elements to accommodate this situation" Any living thing will only do as good as its least available element ie for plants c02, nutrients<macro micro> light, oxygen in the root zone symbiotic relationships with soil microbes ie. mycorrhiza ." So in short increasing these things may help with to hot a root zone with not used up nutrients in growing media leading to ph balance issues down the road and present. Moving plants to allow for more exposure to light for all parts of the multiple plants instead of crowding and introducing more co2 richer environment fan circulation to utilize added or enriched c02. To aid in c02 enrichment a cheap answer increase volume of air exchange to introduce more c02 or add c02 injector to fan and have exhaust fans with a controller to shut off during times of c02 injection. This may help lessen the effects of minor tip burn by plants utilizing more nutrients with added missing elements. Hope this helps some boss.About to start week 5 with no changes still watering EC 1.5 going in and EC 1.8 runoff also the amount of runoff is more than recommend i was thinking of reducing EC going in slightly to slow down leaf tip burn i'm sure watering more often would keep EC better reduced but i'm still doing 3 times waterings a day.
i do like cocoforcannabis it suits me its written like "For Dummies" there advice to try avoid flushing is plausible under EC Run-off Guidelines.
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