For starters, when you water or add nutrient solution to the soil, make sure the pH is 6.5. The pH you measure should be after you add the nutrients, if you are adding them.
But if the leaves start to show increasing problems, you could consider flushing to try to get the pH up to the 6.2 minimum. Alternatively, you can pH for the time being at 6.8 in an effort to get the pH of the runoff up during your normal watering.
On Checking the water it is pH 6.3 and 12 for Tds. After putting in fertilizer for flowering it is pH 4.5 and 1001 for Tds. So what should I be adding to get it back to 6.5 pH before watering the plant?
Just got back from the nursery. They now carry Fox Farm products and pretty much have everything except pH up We have high alkaline soil here so plenty of pH down. Guess I will have to order some online.
Right now I am using Superbloom as I had it when I started. 1000ppm 2-3 times a week and regular 6.5pH filtered water on the other days.
I have the FF Trio and Sledgehammer to use on the next grow in HappyFrog and Ocean Forest soil. I plan on following the schedule put out by Fox Farms.
I am going to mix a couple little batches of the FF trio today and check pH of them.
@Sixpackdad@dbrn32 I just mixed Big Bloom and it measured at 6.0 pH so maybe I will only need the pH up for now with the superbloom. For now could I just use some pH up for aquariums? I can get it today.