did you add something to the soil that wasnt cooked in? Do you have raw compost in there that the roots maybe ran into?I don’t use nutrients. But could I be the pH because recently it’s been around 6.9 or 7
Welcome to ... we are here to help!!!I’m not sure why the pH in the water has been so high all of a sudden.
The temperature is usually around 25-27 Celsius.
I haven’t mixed anything in the soil
The containers are 6” but that plant is my oldest and biggest so it’s in a 3 L pot
Thank you I will try this todayI think you just hit on the major problem. Yes, the pH is high and you need to adjust your water down into the proper range, every time or at least the last bit of this recent flush. There are many easy ways to add a little acid to the mix and get that pH down to 6.3... every time.
That is not the major problem though. The major problem is that you have large plants and large roots in small containers. Even 3L is no longer big enough for your ever expanding weeds. We usually don't see it this severe, but your leaves are definitely pointing down to the roots with their complaint, and they are screaming at us that they are severely root bound. It is time to up-pot, and these plants will all spring to life in a dramatic fashion with all the extra fresh soil. Find containers around 3x bigger than these, and give them new digs, they will love you for it.
You will have to mention which of the many different mixes sold by ProMix that you are using.I use promix