Perhaps light is too strong? It is a grow light that gives off a strong fuschia pink color. I have set for 12 hours on and off

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#1

A customer has a question and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks

Hi Robert, I checked out all of your problems list. Perhaps light is too strong? It is a grow light that gives off a strong fuschia pink color. I have set for 12 hours on and off.
It is in a closet in AC @ 76 degrees all day. It gets some ac ventilation but not direct. It is in large pot with no drain at bottom. Water about every other day and it usually soaks up.
Have used nutrient set sent with my Beginners kit. 2-3 tines in last 12 weeks.


#2

I recommend you join us here onbthe forum so we can help guide you
I dont think that light would be strong enough to burn the plant and other issues may be going on

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#3

Your problem is that you don’t have drain holes in the bottom. You need to drill some holes in the bottom and when you water you want to water until you get about 10 15% runoff


#4

overwatering with no way for the soils to expel moisture still in the bottom of the containers. Its dying of root rot…