View attachment 886906The advice on this site is getting worst by the day.
When your new to growing you need to start with base. Additives do NOT need to be added everytime and they should only be added when plants are healthy. Those plants are probally trash now, even if they recover they will be to big for your space.
Stick with your base nute and watch how they grow, learn how hey grow. And do not let the coco dry out ever once the roots are established.
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This is how healthy happy plants look in coco.
lol relax I hope you’re talking about others and not me. Because I have a bunch of friends that grow with advanced and liked it. I’ve heard good things and I decided to try it, not because of the “flashy names”. And I asked what is wrong with them now, not for your opinions. Also, I have plenty of room for them to grow as much as they want because I grow 6-7 foot trees in my flower rooms since my ceilings are high. It’s this one strain giving me trouble and I asked for help, not your opinions on my nute line. ive flushed before thinking it was Nute Burn. I’ve raised EC. My ph is good. I’m thinking my roots are messed up from over watering to be honest. The other plants in the room are fine tho, just this strain is a pain in the ass.They love it because of the flashy name additives and pretty labels. Marketing gimmick that just sucks every newb out there in believing they need all those products every watering to have happy plants.
Same goes for dispensary weed, it’s the labels and hype that makes people feel special when they buy it.