Morning Five, few things to put your mind to ease. Spots will not recover. Flushing is used when high salt content keeps water from draining into you pot, coco grows suffer from this far more then soil. Second, soil PH probe us useless when stuck into soil. You need a soil sample, tap at PH 7, (it will effect reading some) and make a wet past with your soil. Squeeze water from soil sample and test that PH, it's closer to real number.Thanks Blaze, that's what I was hoping for as the other reason for it I read is fungus and that's not easy to fix apparently.
Last grow I flushed twice during the grow and then for 10 days before harvest. But I was also giving plain water in between every feed.
Whereas this round I haven't flushed at all yet and fed nutes every time, no plain water.
PPM seems to be sitting well around what I put in each time I measure run off. Its just the pH level the soil probe shows that makes me think I should possibly flush.
Girls look healthy other than a few leaves on the SS so I'm not sure if its just a shitty probe or because I'm feeding daily at the moment its keeping them ok
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