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My Girls Are Dying!

areksss

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My girls are dying. I Have no idea why. I think I tried everything to save them.

-they are under 150W Samsung LED.
-ph beteeen 5.8-6.2
-in hydro coco 60/40
-temp 22-25
.... please help

I think I might have overdone on something....
 

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My girls are dying. I Have no idea why. I think I tried everything to save them.

-they are under 150W Samsung LED.
-ph beteeen 5.8-6.2
-in hydro coco 60/40
-temp 22-25
.... please help

I think I might have overdone on something....

I got a few I'm about to start myself
 

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Dwight Monk

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More info you can give to folks better odds of good advice. Feeding? How often? etc....
 

areksss

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More info you can give to folks better odds of good advice. Feeding? How often? etc....


I water them once or twice a day dependent on the needs.

I have fed them with calmag and rhizotonic ( only twice ). Thats the only two nutes I have fed them with
 

bluenoserjoe

Photo of the Month: May 2019
Way more info needed but to me they look like they are slowly starving. You need a line of real nutes to start feeding them. Cal/mag is a supplement to to round out a good grow nute if needed. And I believe rhizotonic is great to start healthy roots but should be backed off as the plant starts growing good. Neither of these products on their own are enough to feed your plants. Remember that in hydro you have to provide all the elements needed by the plants, not enough in just water to sustain them for very long. Best of luck to you.
 

MochaBud

Member of the Month: June 2020
I started typing this 3 times, and 3 times I deleted it. I don't like being rude to people, and that's what it kept sounding like.
So at the risk of sounding rude...here we go.

New growers should start in a self buffering soil, it's much more forgiving than any other form of growing. You should also get the nutrients recommended for that soil, so when it comes time, you'll be able to feed them, and keep them alive.

This is so you can learn to read them, to know what they want when they need it. Then if you want to try something else, at least you'll know their starving next time, and be able to do something about it...instead of saying you tried everything, except feeding them :nerd-with-glasses:
 

Bush Doctor 77

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I started typing this 3 times, and 3 times I deleted it. I don't like being rude to people, and that's what it kept sounding like.
So at the risk of sounding rude...here we go.

New growers should start in a self buffering soil, it's much more forgiving than any other form of growing. You should also get the nutrients recommended for that soil, so when it comes time, you'll be able to feed them, and keep them alive.

This is so you can learn to read them, to know what they want when they need it. Then if you want to try something else, at least you'll know their starving next time, and be able to do something about it...instead of saying you tried everything, except feeding them :nerd-with-glasses:
Agree 99.9%. Growing with hydroponics in an un-buffered media can tough. It's like driving a very fast car very fast. If you screw up, you crash hard. Only thing I would add is it's not soil. Soil lives, but peat/perlite/dolomite does not.
 

areksss

New Member
Agreed, they look very hungry, how old r they?
3 weeks old
Way more info needed but to me they look like they are slowly starving. You need a line of real nutes to start feeding them. Cal/mag is a supplement to to round out a good grow nute if needed. And I believe rhizotonic is great to start healthy roots but should be backed off as the plant starts growing good. Neither of these products on their own are enough to feed your plants. Remember that in hydro you have to provide all the elements needed by the plants, not enough in just water to sustain them for very long. Best of luck to you.
Thank you so much for your reply. I thought it might be the problem. I do have Canna Terra Vegga is that any good at all? I can start using it today
 

areksss

New Member
I started typing this 3 times, and 3 times I deleted it. I don't like being rude to people, and that's what it kept sounding like.
So at the risk of sounding rude...here we go.

New growers should start in a self buffering soil, it's much more forgiving than any other form of growing. You should also get the nutrients recommended for that soil, so when it comes time, you'll be able to feed them, and keep them alive.

This is so you can learn to read them, to know what they want when they need it. Then if you want to try something else, at least you'll know their starving next time, and be able to do something about it...instead of saying you tried everything, except feeding them :nerd-with-glasses:
Well said. I honestly thought the problems started the moment I started to feed them regularly. Lesson learned
 
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