For the coco growers

I found this to be an informative article about Cal/Mag issues in coco and figured I’d share it

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@Dbpooper

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Thank you my good man, this is relevant to my interests!

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I use cal mag in soil too.

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So do I, now. I started around the middle of my last grow.

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Thanks bud, bookmarked and saved for after work read!

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Another interesting read for coco growers

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@GAlex
This is a great resource site for coco growers

@Watters give this a good read. :v:

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Thank you I’ll read it now

I’ll have questions for you I’m sure as I make the switch soon to COCO. I’m going to give it this a good read first thanks for posting it up.

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Glad to share what I have learned so far (mostly the hard way :joy:)

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I love it man appreciate learning from others.

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I’ve always wondered why all my widows had a leaf curl early on.

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@Grey20
I try and post info in this thread when I find something I think will be helpful. Mostly for myself so I can find it again quickly but also for anyone else who might be interested✌️

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great article

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Ok well does anyone thank there is a problem here or just paranoid these are GG4 autos 5 weeks from seed using organic coco with castings with alot of perlite using the flora duio from general hydroponics…calmag…and terpinator about 1000ppm 6.5 ph and with a 6.3 run off they are twisting but i forgot to read run off ppms so not sure if they had enough nutrients cause i know auto are temperamental over feeding

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You’re feeding in addition to worm castings mixed in.

Figured it out my ph pen was a POS so now that i got a new one next day and found out i was up around 7.1 ph so i was in nutrient lock up cause they doing fine today i cut alot of there foliage out there are stretching now but look alot better after a new flush at 6.0 ph with 50/50 nutrient mix rhey are praying today leaves are stanstanding striaght up

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