Leaf issues. Deficiency or burn?

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AnOldColdSoul13

AnOldColdSoul13

Nah rapid rooters is a moss like material that some how stays moist for a long time and well good for helping root creating and etc, but can absorb mineral salts easy so gotta watch run off readings and once they start spiking theirs a chance that “”sponge is holding mineral salts. But they not as bad as rock wool, I hate that stuff. The photo attached is something I would suggest fertilizer wise it really helps plants recover from shock or stress.
I've been using the ph perfect line from advanced nutrients and I was told they don't play well with other additives or nutes. With that being said I'd imagine that they carry a similar product For "plant recovery" but I don't know.. By the way. I've only transplanted a few times in my life and it was a cactus and some bushes (landscaping type shit). With that being said, is there anything I should know other than running my light at 50% while they recover? Such as do I still feed them or just straight water? Or no water at all for a few days?
 
TheBadChoice

TheBadChoice

I've been using the ph perfect line from advanced nutrients and I was told they don't play well with other additives or nutes. With that being said I'd imagine that they carry a similar product For "plant recovery" but I don't know.. By the way. I've only transplanted a few times in my life and it was a cactus and some bushes (landscaping type shit). With that being said, is there anything I should know other than running my light at 50% while they recover? Such as do I still feed them or just straight water? Or no water at all for a few days?
I’m gonna be fair since I’ve never transplanted I’m not sure what to do to get it past being I. Shock and I don’t wanna give you any bad info.
 
AnOldColdSoul13

AnOldColdSoul13

Anyone have any advice on transplanting ? I dimmed my light to 50% but other than that, I dont know what methods people practice to allow or enable the plant to shake back from the shock of it all. Thanks
 
Aqua Man

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Moisten soil before transplant. Lower light intensity and raise humidity for a couple days.

You absolutely right about ph perfect... just mix and feed based on ppm no less than 400 and imo no more that 800.

Can add some bennies like raw microbes or southern ag fungicide but if you do then check here before using.

That's about I can add to the advice in this thread
 
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