Problem with pH. Can't drop it down

Three Berries

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Maybe a little electrical current through the soil????


 

xtsho

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Stop adding stuff. Just give plain water and limp to the finish line. Those plants are too far along and those leaves are going to continue to get worse regardless of what you do. You're soil is whacked. Use this as a learning experience and think about what you are adding to your soil on your next grow.
 
Looks like a PK overdose locking things out
yeah i kinda did spoil them alot :D i should have sticked to compost teas and h20.
But after all i will measure the harvest and will post the results back here. If this hits half a killo am fine for few months :D

Thanks fellas and stay frosty
 

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Jjgrow420

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Oh no I see CO2 bags...
I can see single bladed and tri blade leaves. Shows you've had issues/stressing her out for a long while.
 

Boatguy

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Just nurse them as far along as you can. Lay off the extra, and just go into survivor mode.
You may wind up with a decent amount
 

ComputerSaysNo

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You need to keep things simple. It's actually more fun than having to juggle with 12 balls.

You have the right attitude, though; don't stress yourself out over something that is supposed to be a fun hobby.
 
Oh no I see CO2 bags...
I can see single bladed and tri blade leaves. Shows you've had issues/stressing her out for a long while.
well why the co2 bags are a problem? i think the difference in the leafs is that i went trought a reveg and then i forced it to go back
 
You need to keep things simple. It's actually more fun than having to juggle with 12 balls.

You have the right attitude, though; don't stress yourself out over something that is supposed to be a fun hobby.
well i just want the best for my plants and am just trying to solve a problem or atleast understand where i fucked up.
 

ComputerSaysNo

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well why the co2 bags are a problem?
The problem is that they're not necessary. They probably have practically ZERO effect for you.

well i just want the best for my plants and am just trying to solve a problem or atleast understand where i fucked up
You're throwing a lot of hammers looking for nails. "More" is not better. If you do a lot of things all at once, it's impossible for you to know where the problem is when things go wrong.

You really do not need so many bottles, supplements, CO2 bags to grow a plant. Focus on the basics, keep the nutrient schedule simple, make sure the environment is good (right amount of light, temperature and humidity in check), and that's it.

Some people make growing Cannabis look like rocket science, but it really isn't.
 
The problem is that they're not necessary. They probably have practically ZERO effect for you.


You're throwing a lot of hammers looking for nails. "More" is not better. If you do a lot of things all at once, it's impossible for you to know where the problem is when things go wrong.

You really do not need so many bottles, supplements, CO2 bags to grow a plant. Focus on the basics, keep the nutrient schedule simple, make sure the environment is good (right amount of light, temperature and humidity in check), and that's it.

Some people make growing Cannabis look like rocket science, but it really isn't.
actually compered to the other plants the one that i did use 3bags in a tent for 1 plant did had a big difference. Sorry for the quality
 

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ComputerSaysNo

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actually compered to the other plants the one that i did use 3bags in a tent for 1 plant did had a big difference.
It's possible, but I would be very careful with such conclusions.

You would need to compare more or less identical plants (clones) under very similar conditions, with the CO2 the only difference, to really find out its effect.

If you grow in a space where people live, you already have high CO2 levels. Putting a few bags in is not magically going to create monster plants.
 
It's possible, but I would be very careful with such conclusions.

You would need to compare more or less identical plants (clones) under very similar conditions, with the CO2 the only difference, to really find out its effect.

If you grow in a space where people live, you already have high CO2 levels. Putting a few bags in is not magically going to create monster plants.
I get what you are saying but in my case so far it adds a bit more at the end. Next time i will try the exhale bags and see what will happen.
Also 2 of the plants are actually a clone and in different tents with both different light. Am using sp-1000 for the rest am using sp-4000.
I do experiment alot with this but even if i kill a plant i still look at it as a learning experience.
 
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