Busy with the indoor, but can’t forget where it all started.
For the most part they are looking good. They are in 10gallon pots. Basic triple mix soil, topped off with some promix topping soil as the original stuff settled. I believe they are slightly (or badly) root bound, but can’t do anything about that now.
2, maybe 3 things that are concerning me after inspection this morning.
anyone know what these are, and are they a threat? These are the only 2 I’ve seen and I was looking fairly thoroughly.
1 is quite a bit bigger than the other, but they look like they could be the same thing.
Found a couple of these small black spots on a couple leaves. They are almost resin-like, or oily. At first I thought it was just on the black tuna strain, but then did see one spot on another one of the girls.
It usually can be wiped off, but a couple of them were harder to scratch off. Again, not a lot of it at all, but don’t want it to be something that can spread quickly.
PH of the soil is high. Like, it’s pushing 8 (just below). This doesn’t really surprise me as I water the outdoor with tap water from the hose, and my local tap PH is about 7.5-7.8. Should I be trying to do something about this? Or just let them be as they seem to be flowering up fairly nicely.
This is all I’ve been feeding them only since flowering:
Appreciate any assistance!