I hate to say it, but this has got to be the most frustrating project I have ever taken on, in all my 72 years. This morning, they all needed watering, so for the ones in coco I adjusted the PH to 5.4 after adding 1/4 tsp. epsom salt to the gallon of spring water because the PH on all of them was so high last time. The first one I watered was the one that the PH was very high on that I couldn't get down last time. This time it came out just right at 5.8 with 254 ppm. The next one came out the same as it went in, 5.4 which is too low and 383 ppm. The next one came out the same, at 5.4 with a ppm of 322. So I upped the PH to 5.6 for next one and it still came out at 5.4 with a ppm of 289. For the next one, I upped it again to 6.0 and it came out at 5.6 and ppm of 288. The PH is too low on all of them but the first one. I just can't seem to get it right. I will not get the nutes until Wednesday and I know they are needing them. Here are the pics of them today and all that are in coco are worse except one that seems to be a little better. It is the one that I got the PH correct on today.
This is all of them, with the top left one being the one in FFOF and it seems to be doing well, at least compared to the others.
This one is absolutely pathetic and I am beginning to doubt that there is hope for it.
This one seems to be doing a little bit better and is the only WW that is sick. The other sick ones are GLs.
These are the other 2 GLs and they are looking worse.
They are all 25 days old today except the WW in FFOF, it is 18 days old. The light is 24" above them as per the chart that @GrowManFitz
posted above. I am just at a loss as to getting the PH right. Do I need to make 6 separate gallons of water for each plant? And will the sickest ones make till I get the nutes on Wednesday? I'm just about ready to cry.
Any suggestions will be much appreciated. @bob31 @Majiktoker @BIGE @Tonyb @latewood
or anyone else who can help.