Ok what nutrients and additives are you using, how much of each and how are you mixing them.Is it possible that they are on the edge of going into lock out but may not go if they are appreciating these new conditions better? I fed on Sunday and thought my run off was stable even though things weren’t looking great... If I feed tmrw and my run off is stable? The plants have gotten quite a bit better over the last couple days they definitely had a rough start...
I’ve never sprayed with cal mag before... would you fill a sprayer at 2ml a gal calimagic ph 5.8 and spray 2 hours before lights back on? Spray 3 hrs before lights on and 2hrs before rinse w ph water? Or could instead just up The cal mag in tmrws feed from 2ml a gal to 3? 4?
I have a full second room same size that hasn’t been built out yet... was going to see how this works out and then build out room two... worst case if I can’t get this to go I could cut the racks and run bigger plants And have raise able lights with 10ft ceilings. Both rooms are just under 11x15.
its unfortunate gavita makes a 2000$ fixture with additional adapter and controller and you can only cut down to 50%...
I’ve seen this same set ups with the Spyders and they fuckin rock. Geuss I shoulda went with the spider!
@Aqua Man @Anthem do I have to tag you guys or does it just notify you? I’m a bit of a newb to this site.
Coco needs to be fed every single time you water unless it's amended with organics.
Have you read these? They will help you understand your media and environment maybe a little better and possibly lead you to some ah hah moments or questions to ask. Posting to eliminate the 50 million questions I would ask to diagnose as to why. After these ask away brother.
Ok writing this cause i see this issue often and rather have a thread to link than explain this each time. This is not my work but a collection of info from many members here and I have put into practice myself. So first off COCO is NOT soil. For best results we want to keep it saturated...
Discuss different watering methods for growing your own weed from seeds. Our community members give helpful tips on how pot size and material, as well as environmental factors affect growing cannabis.
Ok i was gonna sit down and write out a whole article but i have been lazy so instead instead I'm going to copy paste because im lazy. This is not my work so let start. You may find this very long but its worth the read. Some may want to skip ahead. I have added here and there to what i feel is...
In this article, we discuss proper pH levels for your weed plants; alkalinity, soil pH, tap water, and the effects of nutrients on pH when growing marijuana