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Opalmoon46

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Wondering if anyone can help with how my plants are looking and what I can do for them to get them back on track, they are outdoor it's hot as fudge outside I do have them in the shade there is some points of the day it get a little sun and I am going to be putting up shade cloth today. Some heat stress going on? Nutrient deficiency? If so what kind what can I do. Thank you
 

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Opalmoon46

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I just started using fox farm ocean forest soil.
When i feed I use a five gallon bucket and have been putting 5 TBS of molasse, putting 1/4 cup kelp, and one cup marine cuisine time release fertilized I've done that exact mixture twice before it was less of the marine. Been feeding once a week. And I let it aerat for 24 hours.
 

Chris Scorpio

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What about your water pH??

Ffof soil is pretty hot, if it's pretty fresh soil I'd surmise your burning them

Ffof has nutes to last 4-5 weeks easy, and then even half strength nutes is plenty
 

KingJoe83

Grow Journal of the Month: July 2017
Also I would like to suggest maybe adding some clay coco pebbles or some grinded rock stones over medium this will also help keep soil top cooler and direct sunlight off ? Also give some good air movement will help with higher heats humidity?
 

Opalmoon46

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Also I would like to suggest maybe adding some clay coco pebbles or some grinded rock stones over medium this will also help keep soil top cooler and direct sunlight off ? Also give some good air movement will help with higher heats humidity?

I'm in the dry desert, today I finished my shade cloth and I started to mist the leafs with a spray bottle to give it a little more humidity. They look a little more happy. I also have an other question with doing compost tea feeding how often should I feed i hear so many different things I just want my baby happy.
 

KingJoe83

Grow Journal of the Month: July 2017
I'm in the dry desert, today I finished my shade cloth and I started to mist the leafs with a spray bottle to give it a little more humidity. They look a little more happy. I also have an other question with doing compost tea feeding how often should I feed i hear so many different things I just want my baby happy.
Well I would start at 1/4 dose what ever bottle strength personally . And increase slowly shouldn’t need more then the full dose bully peak flower of need be ?

Im learning it’s all about microbes in soil outdoor and silica is important . Anyways ranting :confused:


Most do once every week I believe depends also how compact your medium is suppose to more fluffier soil mediums like pro mix hp . But if your girls in desert you can still add layer of rocks or something tonreflect sun away ?
 

KingJoe83

Grow Journal of the Month: July 2017
7 is good microbes in soil should buffer and balance any ph issues enzymes more enzymes microbe better it allows the nutrient uptake
 
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