I have these 4 plants. All 4 have the same soil. There are 2 white widow autos on the left that don’t look alike as much as I think they should. But are doing well.
On the right I have to short bushy granddaddy purple autos, one is doing well and one has leaves that are partially LIME colored, I know this means the plant needs something more or less but I don’t know what. Anybody know?
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What’s your watering/ feeding schedule? How old are the plants they look dry!
The plants are a few days short of a month. Like 4 days short.
I should have asked that!
They look and feel dry to me too. The leaves feel papery except on the smallest plant and the one with lime colored leaves.
I water with liquid fertilizer once a day. I think I’ve been stingy with the water because I worry about mold.
This is my first grow.
Do you have any suggestions on watering?
I would water (ph only water) for 20-25% run off and check the ppms and ph then you will know which way to go with nutrients.