They responded well and started growing back to the lights so I hit them with 4g/gallon today. They all seemed to take the same amount, besides the right side middle. It’s the runt of the group.
I know you like your blurples! No yellowing except on one of the very bottom leafs on the runt. Little 3 leafer.Based on the beautiful shade of purple, I'd say that 4g/gallon should be fine.
Watch for the start of any yellowing (or whatever yellowing looks like in that light) on the lowers and then move it to 4.5g.
They didn’t fight it at all. Very strong stems compared to the clones I’ve grown. It’s only on 2 of the six. It’ll be a few days before they need another feed.I think 4g is maybe a bit aggressive while you are training them so hard... remember they stunt out a bit when you stress them like this. The deep green and the burning... yep, I think 3.5g is called for.
Yeah... it’s those damn blurples, just can’t convince myself to spend more money on another light, when I got all 4 of these last year.its very minor and just on a couple shows you are right on the edge... but I am now a proponent of going at the MC very slowly... and the color is too deep of green, imho.