Grow Journal of the Month: July 2017
One can beg to differ ?
Fair enoughI think you just need to look in the mirror this morning Joe and you'll see the stubborn one. You got this.
Thank you derby for answeringI think you can over water in coco but only when it's a seedling. After that first week or 2 then it's whatever you want to put thru the pots will make it that much better. I think where things get confusing is when someone growing in soil comes over to your journal and says that things are too wet and you're 5 weeks into veg. Not so. At that point pour on the nutes and water and don't listen to them. If things look kinda wilted it's something else involved. Maybe mix a weeker 1-1-1 solution and give it that for a day or 2 but never straight water. Flushing coco causes more problems than it will ever fix. If you have a girl that is still heavy at feed time still feed her but maybe move her closer to a fan to help dry her some but never let them dry out. That's the kiss of death. The coco will get dry pockets in it and will start burning the plant up from the salts that stay in there. And screw that checking of ph and ppm at run off. Worry about making sure things are correct going in and call it a day.
My 2 cents for today
I thought same why I tried to lower calmmag nitro intake and up bloom and micro ?Yes I'm thinking maybe a tad to much nitrogen, the leaves look very dark green to me Joe.
Yeah I just don’t like it there so i choose to elimate that worry even if a bit is harmless bit of algae means pest to me ?I've had some on my coco and I have this mini rake (a glorified big fork) that I use to just bust up the top layer to get some air thru it and it's gone the next day. It happens but I really does not effect the plant as coco is a hydro grow.