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What strain: Granddaddy Purple Clone
PH of Water: 6.5
Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor
Light system 2ea 1k & 2ea 2k all Mars Hydro
Temps; Day: 70 - 80°F, Night 68 - 76°
Humidity; Day, 40 - 50% rh Night: 40 - 50° (still working on dialing in my grow space)
Ventilation system; Yes
Humidifier Mist (doesn’t do much as mist evaporates too fast)
She seems hungry… What are you feeding her?
How old and what size pot?
Needs food. My seedlings get 400ppm.
Definitely needs food. Clones should be treated as adults.
@outdooring @Konflict @BobbyDigital @Covertgrower I fed her Raw Grow along with Raw silica, Raw Yukka, Foxfarm Calmag. Dechlorinated tap ph’d 6.5 and 400ppm. I am using Raw nutrient line for the first time and followed all recommended dosages which is ⅛ tsp for each Raw nutrient per 5gal. Foxfarm calmag is 1 tsp per gal. She is 5 weeks in veg in a 5gal Rain Science fabric pot. I dont want to flip her until she fully recovered from a broad mite infestation. This is her first feeding since coming back from broad mites. I fed her 6 solo cups of the cocktail mentioned above. And now this. I figured that since she’s not 100% yet that I’d go easy on her first feeding.
I would double check that’s probably per gallon.
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Raw Grow would be the important one to keep the yellow away and that one says 1-2 tsp per gal. I’d hit it with 2 tsp (10ml) per gal on next watering.