I use all three in my grow. I have noticed its pretty easy to cause nutrient burn right from the directions off the bottle. What I have done is cut back each feeding everytime by 1/4. Also dont forget the super B to go with your three part series. Awesome shit check my photos. You'll get there too. Just cut back reccomended feedings by 1/4. Also you may be experiencing to much water in your pots. Remember, a flood is worse than a drought. Best advice is kick back and do nothing for two days. If your leaves droop down before the end of 48 hours then they need water. Also never mix nutrients together, it will cause nutrient lock up. Rendering your fertilizer useless. When I feed my week looks like this, mon-micro, tues-water, wed-nothing, thurs-grow, fri-water, sat-bloom, sun-nothing. Watering amounts increase as your plants grow in size. Each of my waterings equal 1-1.5 quarts into 3 gallon pots, loose soil, and lots of drain holes. The best delivery I have noticed to water my plants with is 6.0-6.3% Ph. Good luck. were here for you.
Leaves tend to go through droop and straight periods. Especially around the light on/off transitions. Droop at light off. Stand extremely straight within the first few hours of lights on then loosen up a bit mid lights on. Usually not much to worry about there unless its extreme.Hi im a first time grower and im growing lemon skunk, its doing fine but the only prob is that the leaves are kind of hanging down a bit. Just after the light came back on after the 4hrs they looks fine, straight out looking good. But as the day rolled on their kind of hangie again. Why is this? They are not in need of water and are not over watered. Im using a 125w CFL.