Nug of the Month: Dec 2016 - Creme de la Creme Photos: Nov 2016
Everything is a learning experience. Keep up the good work.
Not sure why In just now seeing your post smdh! But to answer a few of your questions: my pH is 5.9 Ppm were 875, I'll have to double check tomorrow when I mix up the feed. Haven't checked it in weeks. I don't check runoff because I was told it's irrelevant in coco hempy. The coco was thoroughly rinsed prior to use and I'm not using CalMag (although I have a bottle) because I'm using tap water.Hey NKOTB Looking good so far, I'll sub in here to help you out where I can
Your plant in the Coco looks like it has a Magnesium deficiency as indicated by the interveinal chlorosis and purpling of the leaf stems. This can be caused by an actual deficiency or it can also be caused by the PH being too low.
I just want to ask a few questions to get an idea of whats actually going on with your plants if you don't mind
What PH are you feeding it and what is your EC or PPM of the solution at the moment?
Have you PHd or checked the EC of your run off?
It does not look like you are using any Cal/Mag, in my experience of growing with coco hempy buckets, a Cal/Mag supplement was really a necessity as coco binds Calcium making it unavailable to the plant and also affects Magnesium.
You say you are using Lucas formula, is your Micro for hard or soft water?
You should also have about 15% - 20% run off with coco to prevent nutrient build ups.
Did you rinse the coco to remove salt before planting in it?
Keep up the good work,
you can try, take away the bottom leaves and cut part from the rest of the leaves... i think they are too small, usually when you clone, you cut maybe after the 4th node from the top. try, you wont lose anything by trying.Penelope fell over and these two tops broke off smdh. Can I clone these?