Is it ok to put her right back in the tent under the led or should i wait till it soaks in. And i will have calmag by next week. This was just something to try help it get thru till then. I no i should of had this already before the beans even started but i forgot. Big mistake. I learned big time from you.
Hey man i was able to get epsom salts calmag not sold in stores around here. I have it on order. But to give them this so it dont die completely how much per half gallon of water do i use? And what should the ph be for my water? I got the meter in mail today
I water once a week their autoflowers and dont require a lot of water. If u read the other posts my ph level was almost 8. Clearly to high and caused a nute lock. I flushed her good ph went down now she is healthy and starting to flower. This is a 75day strain. Had to make a quick descision and i made the rite one by flushing her out..
I kind of had a miracle one of the plants that was very small for its age and i nutrient burnt came back to life, i put it outside for 3 days and it started growing. the leaves are developing fingers. Should i bring it back into my tent under my lights ? I have 2 new plants that just sprouted yesterday so it going to be a tight fit, will i need to add lights ? My tent is 30x18x36 inches w/d/h i have a galaxyhydro 300w 140 true watt led and x2 24w 14.8 true watt led grow bulbs
didnt realize that people could ask questions here too! The late flowering yellowing from the bottom is usually in the last 2 weeks when the plant is trying to throw everything it has into the buds. Some people even hurry this process along by not giving nutrients during that last week, just water only. Some say it adds to it, some do not... i fall in the camp that does not believe it has much of an effect to starve your plants at the end, and I never do. I simply give water twice at the end, harvest the second time they dry out and are showing me amber trichomes.
Hi there Emilya, another user, Rifleman, suggested I inquire with you whether my autos in soil are doing well. Apparently you're experienced in soil and happy to spread the knowledge. Specifically, he's unsure of when yellowing would begin on lower leaves. I had some nutirent and light issues early on, but those have been sorted and they're currently pretty happy. I think.
Anyway, if you've got the time, I'd love to hear your feedback. I'm eager to learn, so it won't be on deaf ears.