Good evening everyone! Life has been busy so I haven’t gotten a chance to update anything in a few days, and if I’m telling the truth, I didn’t really have anything to say. But today is a new day! Today is a day for an update. It’s that kind of day.
Big things going on with small plants. Small plants that keep getting bigger. I wouldn’t say no to them getting bigger faster, but these little ladies are growing. Stronger? I don’t really know. Not sure where that came from.
As always, Roxanne is the belle of the ball in her brown one piece from a well known designer. She somehow manages to look like a lady even while tapping her feet in frustration. She’s really chomping at the bit to get under that LED.
Felicia is looking stunning herself this evening, and she’s brought friends. I’ve chosen to believe that the green moss or whatever it is on her cube is nothing to be concerned about. If it is something I should be worried about, please let me know.
And here is our newest arrival. Fashionably late as ever, but exploding onto the scene with a presence and grace unmatched, everyone please put your hands together for Trinity. Watch out Roxanne, this girl might steal the show.
In other news, I had Sunday off so I took the opportunity to do a res change for the flower room. I went full strength Lucas formula on the nutes, with plain old tap water. These girls were apparently hungry! Overnight they blew up with new growth.
Now, the keen observer may notice something that has me a little curious. I seem to be having some curling of the leaf tips on the plants in here. I could really use some help determining what might be the problem. So far it is light, and the plants seem healthy but I know how quickly that can turn.
My pH has been bang on 5.8 for days now. I did go full strength on the nutes recently but the leaves were showing this sign even before then when I was running less than half strength nutes. I think I have the light far enough away, although I raised it some more today to try and refocus the footprint.
Any ideas from you growers with much more experience?