Watered all with a compost tea(1cup bat guano steeped) with 10ml urb and 1 tbs of molasses and 1 tbs of liquid seaweed extract two days ago. Growing in fox farm ocean forest. Water with water from a natural aquifer ph-d at 6.8. Wondering if too much nitrogen is to blame.
How long has your plant been in that pot with the Ocean Forest? Do you know your runoff pH?
FYI: My experience with Urb is that it dramatically increases nutrient uptake. I’ve nute burned my plants when using it before.
I had the same problem with mammoth p
I quit using it until I can sort out the issues.
Don’t know the runoff ph, and I didn’t calculate for the less needed nutes with the urb. They have been in the pots for about 3 weeks or so.
I just gave them a hefty watering, what do you think the next step should be? Be patient for a few days, if gets worse flush.
Ok the issue is that fox farm ocean forest it’s a high in nitrate hot soil mix
And your tea you made is great but not with that soil i cut my ff nutrients to a quarter strength and still got my leaves tips burnt and learned the hard way that ffof soil only needs water till flower but here is where it gets funny because everyone’s veg time is different . But yeah if gets worse flush. I use pro mix vegetable and herb mix and amend it now if going to feed by teas as main source of the nutrients for a gallon of your tea add 2 gallons of water to dilute till you don’t get nute burn less is more in this aspect
Hopefully this helps you a little good luck if have a tds pen check what fresh water is going in and what runoff is and subtract what the water going in from it. It’s been awhile since I did that i don’t remember the exact way to calculate that number but im sure some one dose on here and there is a tds/ec chart for fox farm soils and nutrients that are helpful for this situation to.
Also instead of urb try humic acid at 1/8tsp a gallon i never have problems using it
I would expect that your pH is too low with all of those nutes. Also, with Ocean Forest you don’t need to add anything for about 6 weeks. I wouldn’t feed for another 2 or 3 weeks. If you start having more serious problems then a flush is probably in order. You’ll need a pH pen to test and, if necessary, to correct your pH.
If you can get a runoff TDS and PH that would be great. Like stated you shouldn’t add anything until flower.