Transplanted the day before yesterday, they’ve been sick looking like this since, but one was like this even before transplant, so I’m wondering what’s going on, could it be too humid? Or After shock of a hot day before transplanting? As there was a day I was struggling to keep temps below 82, or ph problems? First feed when watering them in was half strength at about 350ppm, second was today at 600, runoff stayed about the same, runoff ph was high, around 6.6, which I’m unsure how or why that happened as I wet and rinsed the coco in 6.2 ph water and only feed since the transplant has been 6.0 . Should I flush when they wake up tonight with pH RO water and start from half strength nutes again in case I’ve caused a lockout some how ?
@Deewon hows your humidity been? Are your plants autos or photos? How many weeks old are they?
Humidity is around 70-75 I’ve struggled to keep it down last couple of days as outside humidity has been really high, they’re photos, about 25 days old
I would say get your humidity down. I struggled last grow with humidity issue with my photos. I know the struggle is really especially with outside Temps fluctuating the inside Temps. Once I got the humidity in the 40’s they were way happier. We came always snag some other opinions though! @Zee @Cannabian @Covertgrower our friend @Deewon recently transplanted but was having some issues prior to the transplant. Any thoughts? Pic above. Stay Safe and Lit My Friends!!!
How small of a container were they in prior?
Get yourself a dehumidifier
Thanks for replying, I went from 1gal to 4.5 gallon fabric pot
As long as you watered them thoroughly, (to run off) they should perk back up.
I agree with Covert, they will perk back up, just the girls getting acclimated to the new home. Mine do the same in soil. Usually takes a day or two after.
If your using the meters that are stuck in the pots to measure your PH they aren’t accurate. Also don’t chase your runoff ph. In coco you mainly have to make sure your input ph is between 5.5-6.5
Thanks! I have a blue lab ph meter , one of those is a moisture meter and my girlfriend’s soil ph meter