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grow team some advice please

blowin.endo

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1. Are you growing in Soil or using a Hydro system?
soil

Indoor or outdoor?
indoor

2. How old are your plants?
about a month

Are you growing Clones or from Seed?
clone

3. How tall are your plants?
approx 9 inches

4. What size containers are they planted in?
2 gal

5. What is your Soil mix composed of?
soil/perlite - 70%/30%

Are you using pre-fertilized potting soil?
no

6. How often do you water?
every week and a half or when it gets dry

- What are you watering with?
Tap water

7. Are you using fertilizers?

- Chemical or Organic? What kind or brand? organic fish emulsion
- What is the NPK value of the fertilizer? 5-1-1
- How often do you fertilize? every other watering
- When did you start ferting? (what age was the plant) 2 weeks ago - approx 2 wks old


8. What kind of lights are you using?
CFL

How many lights? small clip lamp - 1 bulb - cool white
How many watts or lumens? 1600 Lumens
How close are the lights to the plants? 3-4 inches


9. What size is your grow space?
the plant is out in the open

10. What is the temperature and humidity in your grow space?
temp - 70's ... humidity 30-40%

11. What is the pH of the soil?
*shrug* i duno

12. Have you noticed any insect activity in your grow space?
no

13. How much experience do you have growing?
a good amount



the leaf.... is this PH issue?
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Akornpatch

New Member
Re: ~ grow team.... some advice please ~

First off...DIG the 13 item list!!!

Leaves up curl and lack luster when they're over watered. Your leaves are looking a little dull, but overall health looks great! You may try checking your soil PH and the nute's PH. Keep them in the 6.2-6.8 range for optimum nute uptake. When was your last transplant?
 

blowin.endo

New Member
Re: ~ grow team.... some advice please ~

First off...DIG the 13 item list!!!

Leaves up curl and lack luster when they're over watered. Your leaves are looking a little dull, but overall health looks great! You may try checking your soil PH and the nute's PH. Keep them in the 6.2-6.8 range for optimum nute uptake. When was your last transplant?

thanks akorn :adore:

i use 6.4 ph water for her... however, i dont have a soil test kit so i have no clue what the soil's ph is.

i transplanted about 3 weeks ago... i think that's pretty much the last transplant i'm doing for her... i dont want to put her in a 5 gal bucket cuz i dont have another light setup to sufficiently keep her healthy... i dont have a veg room or cabinet either, so she's just in my room with a clip lamp on top of her... im just trying to keep her as a 'mom'.. im most likely gonna top her soon and let the lower branches catch up... hoping to get a little bush without doing LST
 
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