@garrigan62 Ole Frankie showed signs of “overwatering/lack of soil air” this morning and PH was low (5.06). She got a bit droopy and fan leaf ends were curling up. Soil was a wet block so I transferred into leftover soil mixture with some current wet soil which is much looser and airy without exposing any main roots which she did not appreciate. Also raised her up onto a bucket about a foot closer to the light to dry the soil out a bit a couple days before adding some pH up balance. She isn’t close enough for light burns though. Hope she makes it through or it’s back to the drawing board.
I notice that this strain is bushier than what I expected so it might also be that the fan leaves are just heavy.
EDIT: PH now is 5.4 but I am going to let her be before adding anything else to her. She looks a little less droopy, though.
Current Pics post transfer
Anyone got any suggestions or corrections besides time and patience, or at least to say I’m going about this right, feel free to let me know. What I wouldn’t give for some Hydroxyguard right now