PH levels in the range of 5.8-6.3 are optimum for nutrient uptake.These guys are 14 days old. Under. 400 watt led. At 50% and 18 inches from the light. They were germinated in solo cups and ocean forest until Sunday. They were transplanted into 3 gal. Air pruning pots on Sunday.2.5gal promix flx which is devoid of nutrients. And .5 gallon of coco loco right around the roots. Sprinkled with great white and watered w 20 oz of distilled water PH Up'd to 6.4. No nutrients. Im seeing this yellowing between the dark green veins. . The one in the back that is still drooping nearly 48 hrs after watering. I'm afraid I may have over watered while it was in the solo cup but roots were healthy. It has been years since my last grown. From the leaf charts it looks like iron deficiencies or N def. So I really want to water them with a 1/4 nutrient solution. But especially that back droopy one. I'm not sure I should add any water. Something has to change. There is a chart attached to show where my humidity and VPD are and yes leaf temps are factored in. Ambient temp stays between 74.5-76.5 . There is a Tornado fan in there and im wondering if wind stress is a thing. Tornado may be too much even on low at this close a distance.. about 18 inches. Bottom line I don't know what to do next . And im scared .. maybe hungry..
Looking good! The two week mark for seedlings and feeding seems to be a pretty popular consensus among growers. I’m still playing with it but not giving anything until at least the first 10 days. Bottled drinking water works great for me. Check to make sure but all the brands I’ve used are ph ed right around 6 for your watering convenienceManaged to get a feeding in late last night w RO water and low dose food. LOOK AT THE LIFE COME BACK!!! THANKS everyone.. so happy