I have grown a couple of the BD auto seeds from ILGM and each one has had the same growing issues. I grow other 2-3 other strains at the same time and treat them basically the same. During each Blue Dream grow the leaves go brown quickly and stay that way no matter what I have tried
Autoflower Fox Farm Ocean Forest soil and Fox Farm nuts according to their growing schedule. I have also added CAL/Mag after the problem develops.
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Exactly. In soil, optimal range is 6.3-6.8. In veg its usually on the higher end 6.5+. In flower, people tend to trend lower as P and K are more available sub 6.5.
Your leaves are screaming two things…
First too much Nitrogen. The curling slawed leaves are saying it. And too much N can definitely lock out other nutrients.
Secondly, I think it looks like calcium is not available. Have you been using calmag? If so, in what amounts? If ur sure u are using enough, its possible the excess Nitrogen is simply locking out the calcium
You are in soil. That is the range for coco growing or hydroponic… soilless mediums.
Soil the window is 6.2-6.8. Higher end for veg. Lower for bloom.
I would DEFINITELY not flush quite yet. Could case more harm then its worth. Plus prematurely hitting reset on your soil midflower can pull other needed nutrients at the most needed time.
Now getting proper numbers would lead to the next step. Try this….
Mix up a batch of nutrients. PH as needed (6.3-6.8… the .8 is fine as uve been a bit low on the spectrum and can use it coming up some). Then test that solution for pH and ppms before pouring. Pour about half SLOWLY in circles. Catch n test that runoff. Then pour the rest and retest.
Report back here tomaro with your findings and we will move forward. Homework! Haha