It could very well be the heat and i havent followed ffs feeding schedule, i haven’t given them anything but 6.8 phed water for the last month or two
You havent fed them at all for 2 months? Hmm…have you watered to runoff each time?
For the first couple weeks after transplanting the ones that were still in solo cups we gave them only a liter each then just recently we started giving it a gallon
You may want to flush. But honestly if you keep watering to runoff it should fix itself in short order.
The runoff ph is a lil low but its likely because of the concentration of salts built up near the bottom, from not watering to runoff, that is giving those kinda figures. My suggestion is to do nothing till after your next watering. As for the dark green color… The heat stress makes the plant drink more, which increases the nitrogen uptake, which makes your plant greener, which stresses it out, making it drink more, and on and on. Do your best to keep the temps below 85. They look good, aside from that dark green. Keep up the good work!
Thanks man, i just got a little stand up ac for them and its been staying between 75-88° so hopefully that will be better for it from now on
And ill just keep watering it accordingly and keep track of everything, one thing i do know is there starting to get that good smell to em
Love that! I opened up my tent to some lovely smelling too, they just threw out a bunch of pistils and are beginning the stretch!
This is the best diagnostic flow chart I have seen on the internet yet. It may be useful to you in the future. Tag me and let me know how your next watering goes, we can reevaluate then. Get ready, the stretch is real!
Yeah all but two are already in flower and a few of them are already a decent size so i think after the stretch there gonna get really nice
Then you got the 3 that i think already did most of there stretching and are working on forming the bud
I love seeing the difference in every single plant i guess thats how this growing thing can get addicting but im all for it
Im hooked also! Im saving about 5 grand a year growing my and my ol lady’s meds. That would be enough but I love the process also!
O im DEFINITELY screenshotting and using this chart. Good find dude
Im still drinking my coffee but first thing I noticed outside of ph and what have you, is the soil isnt very moist for having just watered, and the plants are droopy after the water. To aleviate this in the future you need to use a different watering technique.
The red zone under the plant is not supposed to be wet, these roots are for air. When you water directly there it is stressful for the plant, kinda like if someone was choking you. You want to water in the green zone. The green represents an ever widening 2 inch peramiter around the outside of your longest leaf until the leaf reaches the edge of your pot. Then just water inbetween the stalk and the edge of the pot. The only time the middle should get wet is during a flush. Which I am recommending you do. You are in flower or almost to it and you need your soil to be in that sweet spot. 6.5ph otherwise P and K are near lockout and these are the big nutes for flowering plants.
This chart shows what ph locks or unlocks each nute. As the bar narrows the harder it is for the plant to uptake that nute. Notice 6.5 gives your plant access to all nutes. A flush is easy use 3x the volume of your pot in water ph’d to 6.8 with a minimum of 250-300ppm periodicly check runoff and use more water if necessary until ph comes into range and ppms are similar to what you are pouring in. Allow 10-15 mins for water to drip out after last gallon then mix a feeding solution, I recommend a full dose of nutes after a flush but you are welcome to go lower, and feed. Record ph and tds of runoff. I am a strong advocate for flushing, others disagree (common when there are 200 ways to skin a cat) theese two things should square your plants away. I had alot of edibles last night so PLEASE get 2nd opinion b4 doing anything.
Id take credit but think it was either caligurl or kellydans who put it in a thread. Its a fantastic chart!
Yeah for watering I plan on getting a sprayer rather than just pouring it in there from the jug so i can saturate it a lot better.
And should we wait for the pots to dry again before we flush or does it really matter. And thank you for the help, hopefully theyll be doing better after they get flushed