In need of specialist in controlling PH level.

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LuvMe2Timez

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Whats up.
I have a question I'm hoping someone can answer for me.
Why is it that when I test my tap water it has a PH of 7.8 but then after I mix the nutrients into the water and test it again the PH is between 6 and 6.5.
Is the something in the nutrient mix that lowers the PH ?

Also, when I flip to flower, should I continue with the same nutrients but also add in flower nutrients or stop with veg nutes and just use flower nutes ?

Your time on the matter is much appreciated. 🤙
 
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brotherfrombelgium

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Yeah nutes can lower the Ph a bit for sure, it's crazy how high tap water Ph can be.

When you flip you keep the veg nutes for around a week, then change it over to flower nutes.

Some flowering nutes like Canna suggest to add nutes at first signs of flower.

Your girls are looking great.

Get yourself a digital ph pen when you can.

Happy growing!
 
Imzzaudae

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Keep the veg fertilizer the same for the first 3 weeks. When they stop stretching and you see buds starting to form.
Cut the veg in 1/2 and up the Flowering for 2 more weeks.
What are you using for Fertilizer?
Both Vegging and Flower mixes with NPK numbers.
 
3cats

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Whats up.
I have a question I'm hoping someone can answer for me.
Why is it that when I test my tap water it has a PH of 7.8 but then after I mix the nutrients into the water and test it again the PH is between 6 and 6.5.
Is the something in the nutrient mix that lowers the PH ?

Also, when I flip to flower, should I continue with the same nutrients but also add in flower nutrients or stop with veg nutes and just use flower nutes ?

Your time on the matter is much appreciated. 🤙
Basic veg nutes until this chart shows you otherwise. Starting week 2-3 of flower your plants will require more nutrients. I follow this chart but I stretch it to 10 weeks
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