Sick seedlings 3/4" tall


#445

I moved it over to


#446

and no worries @Lornakins your going to get a lot of great help too!

The best tip I can give anyone is that if find someone that is helpful then tag them with the @ in front of their username and they will get a little flag that lets them know you tagged them. Sometimes we get busy but we try to help as often as we can!


#447

@Countryboyjvd1971 I adjusted the PH water going into two of the plants that had high run off numbers last time. I went with 6 PH water and the runoff was still 7 on one plant and 7.1 on the other? The plants both look healthy enough, just not growing very tall. Should I try using 5.8 or 5.9 ph solution on these next time? Next watering they are due for nutrients too. This is a photo of one of them


#448

They look healthy to me @Bobbi
You can try lowering a bit more on water in and see if you can get run of into 6.8 range your not far off
So it should correct with one or two waterings


#449

Okay, one other thing. The little screw driver that comes with the yellow meter. How do I check to make sure my meter isn’t off. I can’t remember how @bob31 told me to adjust it.


#450

Page back up to your April 13th conversations with @bob31, hopefully that will answer your question. GW


#451

@Bobbi
Are those the same plants that came from the sick looking seedlings from April 4th. You’ve come a long way baby. Keep up the good work


#452

Yes, same plants. I’ve had lots of help on this thread.


#453

Your doing great. How long till you bloom? You know you can stay in veg stage til you think they are ready. But getting close. I didnt think those poor little things where going to make it in the beginning. Great job


#454

These are WW auto, should be ready to harvest mid August if I counted right.


#455

Thank you, I don’t know how you found that. It took me lots of scrolling back to find the instructions. Got it!


#456

@Bobbi looks like the guys got you straightened out
Sorry for the late reply


#457

I used tested my PH yellow meter and it was 7.2, two points off. So my two plants that tested high in PH wasn’t as high as I thought. How often do you test your meter to make sure it’s still where it’s suppose to be?


#458

I have a meter that cost about 100 and it auto calibrates for me I just need to set in right fluid
But I do check it at least once a month more if i think I am having incorrect reading I also have a cheaper one I pick up as a back up that I did calibrate with the solution that came with it I will also periodically check that one to make sure it’s still fictional
Did your come with any calibration packets @Bobbi mine where under plastic in case of meter ?


#459

No, @bob31 asked me the same thing. I never got the packets. But he told me to purchase the calibration solution 7.0 and that’s what I just used to adjust the PH meter.


#460

Hummm that’s strange it should have can with some
Can you show me a picture of your meter so I can look it up so I can help you better Hun


#461

I did get this tiny bottle of PH Test indicator Wide Spectrum, not sure how to use it?


#462

@Countryboyjvd1971
That’s the same kit I have and it didn’t come with any calibration powders either so I think that’s just the way they do it in this particular deal.

So it came in at 7.2 and you adjusted the meter back to 7.0? @Bobbi


#463

Ok @bob31 I was just trying to figure it so I could help her my friend
I think she just need to get 7 calibration fluid and confirm it and she’ll be good


#464

Not sure?

I think she used the 7.0 fluid to check it already.