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Strain: unknown sativa, IDed as such on this forum.
Type: clones week seven from mother plant grown from seed found when cleaning MMJ. Now four weeks old on their own, transplanted into these pots four days ago
Soil in pots made up of both new and used Miracle Gro potting soil, local dirt, coffee grounds, alluvial silt, green manure, shredded aloe fronds, and compost
System type? Don't know what this means. They are in 8" nursery pots, I hand water and feed, and transport them daily from the indoor grow light setup to the Arizona sun and back.
PH of runoff or solution in reservoir? 6.75 in soil, 6.9 in runoff
What is strength of nutrient mix? Rotating applications of urine and aloe very dilute, so I don't know exactly what is in it. I follow the recipe I found online of 10:1 for urine, 20:1 for aloe, both mixed with RO. I process the aloe myself from plants in my yard. The mother plant did very well on a similar rotation. We've been doing this as cheaply as possible, most everything is homemade or taken from another project, i.e. succulent food is 0.1-1-1, that has previously been part of the feeding rotation. Feedings were done daily until I flushed them two weeks ago. Since then they've gotten nothing except bone meal and a single spray of molasses mixed 1 tsp per quart.
Indoor or Outdoor: both. They go outside for daylight, then come in for the remainder of their 18-6 light cycle.
Light system, size? 110 watts, combination of CFL, 48" grow tubes, and LED makeup lights
Temps; Day: 90's, Night 70's
Humidity; Day: 20% Night: 20%
Ventilation system, AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier,
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They seem to have nutrient burn, but I stopped feeding and flushed them out two weeks ago and they continue to have that appearance. They were originally rooted in very small plastic containers, i transplanted them this week hoping that the extra soil would allow them to grow out of it. The mother is a beast, would like to see these two follow in her footsteps.
Would vinegar help with the pH, or is it within limits and therefore ok?