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Flexnerb

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Gotcha, well that’s ridiculous then. If it’s showing lock out it must be bc of my ph in soil being at 6.0. I heard 6.4 soil is perfect? There’s no way the soil didn’t need a little conditioning bc of how old they are. I could be over watering for sure. The bags are always heavy, I rarely let them dry out

Ive read a uni of south carolina study on ph and cannabis. They said it really doesnt matter. Well imo it does depending on varietal. Genetic expression happens becuase of what we feed our plants. You cant havea definitive answer to the question of whether its lockout from ph. More likely nute imbalance like aquaman was saying. Too much ca pushes out K. The word of the day antagonist!! If you have an excess of a certain nute and your varietal doesnt like it. One antagonizes the other. In other words since soil particles have only so many sites where cations can attach to, too much of one says fuck you to the other and the other goes out the bottom of the pot or sites around waiting for its turn to attach to a soil particle site...


BIG THING HERE IS A SOIL SLURRY PH TEST

PPM PH RUNOFF TEST... ive said this 2 or 3 times to ya mane..get to it....wont know shit til then...speculations and assumptions are wasting time
 
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Ive read a uni of south carolina study on ph and cannabis. They said it really doesnt matter. Well imo it does depending on varietal. Genetic expression happens becuase of what we feed our plants. You cant havea definitive answer to the question of whether its lockout from ph. More likely nute imbalance like aquaman was saying. Too much ca pushes out K. The word of the day antagonist!! If you have an excess of a certain nute and your varietal doesnt like it. One antagonizes the other. In other words since soil particles have only so many sites where cations can attach to, too much of one says fuck you to the other and the other goes out the bottom of the pot or sites around waiting for its turn to attach to a soil particle site...


BIG THING HERE IS A SOIL SLURRY PH TEST

PPM PH RUNOFF TEST... ive said this 2 or 3 times to ya mane..get to it....wont know shit til then...speculations and assumptions are wasting time
Word. Gonna get on it and then let you guys know what I find.
 
Flexnerb

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How do you do a purification then? We use RO tall boys at my job and they work flawless. They come out at 150 ppm usually

Tall med small all marketing ploys ro is ro...the ro filter is what matters

150ppm. Wtf! Thats not ro then! 150 is high tds for RO imo
I jave a 800 gal a day set up. It feeds my garden outside. I fill 55 gal blue plastic barrels...hose my garden from there....
 
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Ive read a uni of south carolina study on ph and cannabis. They said it really doesnt matter. Well imo it does depending on varietal. Genetic expression happens becuase of what we feed our plants. You cant havea definitive answer to the question of whether its lockout from ph. More likely nute imbalance like aquaman was saying. Too much ca pushes out K. The word of the day antagonist!! If you have an excess of a certain nute and your varietal doesnt like it. One antagonizes the other. In other words since soil particles have only so many sites where cations can attach to, too much of one says fuck you to the other and the other goes out the bottom of the pot or sites around waiting for its turn to attach to a soil particle site...


BIG THING HERE IS A SOIL SLURRY PH TEST

PPM PH RUNOFF TEST... ive said this 2 or 3 times to ya mane..get to it....wont know shit til then...speculations and assumptions are wasting time

The soil slurry test should be from the sides if you can lower in the pot is best. Also take a flashligjt and check on your roots. Try not to disturb them. You want to see nice root growth on the outside. Shoukd look like s spider web. Not roots wrapping around. Is so let me know
 
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Tall med small all marketing ploys ro is ro...the ro filter is what matters

150ppm. Wtf! Thats not ro then! 150 is high tds for RO imo
I jave a 800 gal a day set up. It feeds my garden outside. I fill 55 gal blue plastic barrels...hose my garden from there....


IME, Tall boy filters are just two stage... Not RO.
Perhaps OP's work is using something different though.


I'd never heard of Plant Therapy... But this is from their website:
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Pretty standard... I had similar burning to what you're seeing, Sequoia, when I used a product called BioSoy for PM.
I also see spider mites damage
 
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IME, Tall boy filters are just two stage... Not RO.
Perhaps OP's work is using something different though.


I'd never heard of Plant Therapy... But this is from their website:
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Pretty standard... I had similar burning to what you're seeing, Sequoia, when I used a product called BioSoy for PM.
I also see spider mites damage
I haven’t seen any webbing or anything tho? There’s no way we have mites??? I’m gonna get to the grow today and check it out
 
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Tall med small all marketing ploys ro is ro...the ro filter is what matters

150ppm. Wtf! Thats not ro then! 150 is high tds for RO imo
I jave a 800 gal a day set up. It feeds my garden outside. I fill 55 gal blue plastic barrels...hose my garden from there....
What’s the normal ppm of RO?
 
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I would hope to always catch a mite infestation before noticing any webbing... By then it's gone untreated for quite some time.



Uh... Ok.
Thanks... Hope I never have to find out.
Used for PM issues. All grows encounter some problem. Best growers stay ahead with prevention.
 
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Here is my grow! All organic, no synthetic anything, and all organic pesticides IF needed. Not my first run but definitely the farthest point I’ve got to! I’ve got wedding cake, blueberry lemon headband, stardawg, strawberry guava (my biggest lady), and Mac & cheese #8. I’m running (2)4x4 tents with 20’’ tables. 6 plants in each tent running 1200 watt cool blue spectrum leds for veg and the same lights switch to a warm red spectrum for flower, sitting about 24’’ from plant tops. All organic super soil medium, I usually only have had to feed nutrients once flower is induced to condition. They’re about a week out from us switching over to flower, and are about 2/12 months old! Let me know any and everyone’s organic soil methods, soil preferences (brands, mixtures of different soils), and my BIGGEST QUESTION.... what is the total NPK am I looking for every week of veg and flower? I use a 3-7-4 bloom product that helps terpene and cannabinoid production. But is Nitrogen after week 4 flower bad?
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Flexnerb

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Used for PM issues. All grows encounter some problem. Best growers stay ahead with prevention.

I had pm once...knocked it out with ph adjusted water to 9. Just used my ph up and it never came back....lol...bakin soda...laughable!
 
Flexnerb

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Gotcha, this being said that makes sense. At work we use the tall boy without RO system which is why it’s at 150ppm. So def need to upgrade to stealth RO for sure. And do slurry test
Dont forget runoff ppm and ph. The ppm part is obvious in itself...the phis where i want to know how alkaline or how much buffer you got left in your soil! If your slurry says 6.5 and your runoff is 7.5 we got an issue...
 
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Dont forget runoff ppm and ph. The ppm part is obvious in itself...the phis where i want to know how alkaline or how much buffer you got left in your soil! If your slurry says 6.5 and your runoff is 7.5 we got an issue...
Ph won't tell you a thing about alkalinity... it will only show the ratio of acid to alkaline elements. All you will be able to tell is if there is more acidic elements or alkaline elements but no way to tell the buffering capacity with an alkalinity meter.
 
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Dont forget runoff ppm and ph. The ppm part is obvious in itself...the phis where i want to know how alkaline or how much buffer you got left in your soil! If your slurry says 6.5 and your runoff is 7.5 we got an issue...
What would that mean? If my watering is 6.0 and the run off is up or down what would each mean? Would my ppms under 1200 in flower also mean deficiencies?
 
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