Maybe she is finally coming around? I cant say. Lets tag a couple people. @Myfriendis410 @Covertgrower can you guys help with this question?
What is the question?
What is going on here.
What is the PH?
Apple cider vinegar is a PH down if I’m not mistaken.
The thing is; any leaf damage incurred earlier will not get better. You always have to look to new growth for signs of improvement. Likely will have to ride it out as they are even after getting everything tuned up.
Thank you. 7.8 after 15 gallon plus. Doc said the same thing probably just have to wait it out being the second time of flush the soil and I can’t get it to go down
What is your starting pH of just water?
What is your pH after adding nutes?
Can you get a close up picture of the whole plant in natural light?
Starting ph 8.4 feeding ph 6.4 about 18 to 20ml of apple cider vinegar for ph down.
I have some actual ph down coming in on Wednesday @HappyHydroGrower
What ppm’s have you been feeding her?
900 to 1100. Runoff is 7.8 ph 490ppm after flush.
cannot get it any lower Even after 15g flush. Soil is a compost and promix.
Got 2 of them with this pale green leaves
Are you PH’ing the water you flush with?
Apple cider vinegar this last one. 35ml per
What does it bring the pH down to if you don’t mind me asking?
7.2 7.3. Than it goes right back up after a day or 2 if that. Sometimes by the end of the flush is right back up to 7.7 7.8. It’s weird. And one plant is thriving same color. Actually one of the biggest 2i got flowering
Vinegar is very acidic, so too much can actually raise pH instead of lowering it depending on how you use it.
I think if you can get some GH, pH up and down, you’ll have a little less trouble.
I think once you get the pH down with pH down and reset the nutes and pH to where it’s supposed to be she’ll perk up.
She’s looking great just a little hungry.
PH is just not allowing her to uptake the nutes.
She’s eating like crazy during this stretch.
An important time to keep the pH in the correct range or she’ll lockup on you which it appears maybe she has done.
She’ll recover! Keep’em growin!
Hey thanks for talking the whole picture in and than putting in your opinion. I kinda figured the vinegar had something to do with a. Av wise mentor told me to stop using it a while ago. Just till a while to put in another order on amazon. Thank you. I really appreciate it and will start another 15 gallon flush and then feed on Wednesday
Hey brother, you are more than welcome. We’re just paying it forward. You got this!
A light compost tea,with a worm casting and diatomaceous earth top dress should help get more biology in your soil which should help with ph,while the de acts as a good ph buffer and should help bringvthe ph back round. Hope that helps, one last thing to add is in organics sometimes ot takes a few days to see changes. Gotta give the life in soil a chance to work their enviornment.