Well I’ve got 4 very nice plants growing in hydro right now.
These plants (2 Jamaican Pearls, a Big Bud White Widow Cross and a Sweet Skunk) sprouted on June 9 in styro cups sitting on an east facing window sill. Once they had a nice tap root and some sturdy hair roots–June 19-- I transplanted them into hydroton and DWC hydroponics. They are growing very quickly with realy nice rich green top growth. The root systems are doing very well, a couple of them being as long as the plants are tall. There’s no slime or sign of disease, only an ocher patina from the Fox Nutrients I’m using.
So why post this? Some of the lower leaves have turned yellow in a fashion I can’t compare to any disease/treatment guide I can find. I’ve added 3 tbls of H2O2 to the 3.5 gal reservoir mostly on general principle. That brightened the roots and even richened the green of the top growth but didn’t do diddly for the yellowing of the leaves. I’m hoping someone can identify the source of the yellowing. And also provide a little advice about their experience about the quantity of Great White microbe additive they have used per gallon.
Many THANKS and keep on Toking!