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Im also in a small tent brief briefs Hell yeah brother
Hello briefbriefs. I was told by a grow master sorry can't remember Wich one about a thing called a slurry test I think it was called it involved mixing your soil and water you use to feed in a bottle then checking ph , idk if this will help but very cool , I think different nutrients get absorbed at different ph maybe something to look into
At this point, the base pH of your soil is a given, and to try to adjust it somehow mid grow is almost always folly. A slurry test is meaningless to you now, the time for that was when you were first planning to use that soil. Never fear, If you have a typical potting soil its base pH is somewhere up on the high end of the 6.2-6.8 pH range known to be the most effective in soil. All you have to do is water at the low end of the scale and the soil will go into action, slowly drifting your pH through the entire range. Water at 6.3 pH every time, whether it is a water mixed with nutes pass or a water only pass, adjust to 6.3 pH and the soil will take care of things for you.
Whomever in your world that is advising you to flush your soil to adjust its pH... fire them. Next time, try using HF for your young plants and then when you move to the larger containers, fill them with OF. Put some super soil in the bottom third of these containers, and you are will on your way to an organic grow.