GG #4. 1st GROW JOURNAL

It’s normal for a plant to get rid of some lower leaves that are not getting enough light they’ll suck the nutrients and let em die which is what I think is happening here. Up top I’m seeing some curling of the leaf tips this happens for different reasons to much food… over or under watering… wind burn… or root problems… it’s just started so nothing to be concerned about but watch these things and if it gets worse you’ll need to adjust something

Edit = heat can make em curly too

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Do you ph your water? Have you checked the ph in your soil?

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Water is good, I think the soil ph might be a little high i never tested it. If it is high how would I lower it. I water with it at 6.5ph @MeEasy

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If it’s high you can use a soil acidifier like this or some garden lime if low…but if it just a tiny bit off you can just water with low ph like 6.0 same if it’s low water high 7.0 until you get it back in range

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Search how to do a slurry test for ph

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Makes sense. Slurry test seems super easy thanks I appreciate it. @MeEasy

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If all u got is a couple of fd up leaves, on a plant already several weeks into flower, I’d say u ain’t got nothing to worry about. That’s the natural progression, the leaves that showed up first, leave first. Maybe take a couple puffs, do nothing, n see what she has to say next. See what happens next, when r if anything happens at all. @MeEasy makes some valid points, n I agree with him.

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What is a trustworthy ph tester i have a cheap combo one and I dont know how happy u am with it. I figured it important enough to just spend a little money an get one that I can trust. @Dman1969 @HippieRunner @MeEasy @Covertgrower @FullyMedicated @AlienBrew @AfgVet @latewood @CoyoteCody @Hellraiser

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Apera makes good ph meters.


I have the top model. :sunglasses::v::call_me_hand:

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I concur with @Dman1969

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I don’t use one enough to spend a lot of money on it so I’d go with the one they’re recommending

Whoa that is probably no viable. How is he going to be able to do that when the members cannot exchange personal info?

CC informed me of his shop online. No worries. :slight_smile:

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If you had posted the link insread of a screenshot, I could have amde you a live link.

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Predator mites are a good option if you have an infestation. Do a search for “The Bug Lady” Susanne Wainright Evens. she is the bug scientist we all use.

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All my products are available on various websites, they are not hard to find since i have the same screen name and pfp. Hopefully they will be on Amazon soon so I can post links.

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@Dman1969 i was actually looking at the apera top one. Its comes with a case an all the solutions needed for cal. And for storage…how do you like it so far? What do you use to test the ph in ur soil if you dont mind me asking. @latewood thank you im going to check her out.

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Awesome info. Glad I asked?

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I’ll tag you with my first Amazon link when I get it.

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I will be glad to look. One of my friends on the podcast bought a 3d printer last year. I cna think of a whole bunch of uses for 3D fabrication. :smiley:

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I do everything from bongs to fan mounts to auto accessories, and ever a little prototyping.

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