Hydro masters please help me !

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I have been facing this problem for a month. I have entered the fifth week of flowering. I have four plants, I use the r-dwc system, two of them are nutrient deficient, but this is ridiculous because the water drops, ppm rises, the ph is constant. Anyone know what the problem is? Ppm 600 by the way. If you have any questions you want to ask, I would be happy to answer them. I will be glad if you help me so that my efforts are not wasted.
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smokedareefer

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If i have to guess, id guess the roots look pretty bad. Have you looked?
 
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Looks hot and dry .

Your leaf temp is high I would think since your frying them.

If temps are corrected leaf burns don’t happen unless they touch the glass in your case.

Roots do look nice.

I would think your ppm could be close but the rising I would assume is your plant trying to survive the heat and transpiring as much water as it can.
 
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Ph fluctuations? Looks like classic lock out - but I’m no hydro guy

They are gonna want to know the ppm make up ? What nutes ? Ect.
I don't think there is a pH fluctuation. He always looks stable. I kept it in pH adjusted water for 24 hours the previous week because I thought it was nutrient locking, but the ppm continued to rise. I use the Terraaquatica tripat range. For the first two weeks of growth and flowering, I additionally used AN voodoo juice. Should I use h2o2 to increase nutrients intake?
 
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Raise your lights until they start to recover. If you can.
 
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Looks hot and dry .

Your leaf temp is high I would think since your frying them.

If temps are corrected leaf burns don’t happen unless they touch the glass in your case.

Roots do look nice.

I would think your ppm could be close but the rising I would assume is your plant trying to survive the heat and transpiring as much water as it can.
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Raise your lights until they start to recover. If you can.
The lights were 40 cm (80.00lux) away, now I pulled them 55 cm (47,000lux) away. but there is no problem with the plant you see, the leaves of the plant that is the problem are small and lack of nutrients appears on every leaf. thanks for your answer
 
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Işıklar 40 cm (80.000lux) uzaktaydı, şimdi 55 cm (47.000lux) uzağa çektim. fakat gördüğünüz bitkide bir sorun yok, sorun olan bitkinin yaprakları küçük ve her yaprakta besin noksanlığı görülüyor. Cevabınız için teşekkürler
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I'm not an expert on hydro, just learning myself, but if you think it's showing deficiencies, have you considered something as simple as raising your ppm's?

Are you running different strains here? If so, they often have different needs nutritionally.

Let's see if @Moe.Red has time to chime in and help. There is a lot more information that you could give that would be helpful, nutrient type, live vs. sterile, water temps etc.....give as much information as you can even if you think it's not important. They definitely do not look good for 5 weeks in flower and I think your nutrients have a lot to do with that from what I can tell.
 
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I'm not an expert on hydro, just learning myself, but if you think it's showing deficiencies, have you considered something as simple as raising your ppm's?

Are you running different strains here? If so, they often have different needs nutritionally.

Let's see if @Moe.Red has time to chime in and help. There is a lot more information that you could give that would be helpful, nutrient type, live vs. sterile, water temps etc.....give as much information as you can even if you think it's not important. They definitely do not look good for 5 weeks in flower and I think your nutrients have a lot to do with that from what I can tell.
Yes, lots more info needed
 
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I don't think there is a pH fluctuation. He always looks stable. I kept it in pH adjusted water for 24 hours the previous week because I thought it was nutrient locking, but the ppm continued to rise. I use the Terraaquatica tripat range. For the first two weeks of growth and flowering, I additionally used AN voodoo juice. Should I use h2o2 to increase nutrients intake?
Really not a hydro guy - light is another possibility? What do you consider a correct ph ? Not familiar with any of those nutes sorry
 
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