Thank you! I will look these up.
would this work for the recharge?
ooo, maybe you mean these ones? Fox Farms Cultivation Nation veggie and flower :Yep, that is the one. Recharge. Use it with every grow. Mix it in to the soil before planting.
Oh, I just remembered. I did do something differently! I read that plants recovering from heat stroke could use a seaweed fertilizer (so I gave it a little bit of Neptune's Harvest seaweed Fertilizer 0-0-1, watered it once or twice with the recommended feeding dose) - could the extra potassium be blocking cal-mag?[/url]Looks good enough. Taking outside in full sun could have done a little damage.
some Burnt tips. Make sure your watering frequently enough. Might be able to go to 3 days.
Little hungry for cal mag as well. But looks good.
You won’t keep every leaf happy, it’s ok!
I don't really - but the little 3 in 1 (light-moisture-ph) device for soil says it's about 7. More importantly, I think I may have spider mites??? omg. can you tell me if these are spider mite eggs? a few leaves are showing some white specks like these... (I have not seen anything even tiny that is crawling, but this is definitely some activity).. a few other plants also show some white specs under the leaves too...Nah. We really need the pH at this point.
Do you have a meter?
Thanks for the tip! I have neem oil ready - do you discourage it? (since no buds yet, figured it might be ok)Lost Coast Plant Therapy. Mix and wipe the leaves down with it.
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