So how is she looking this morning?
So how is she looking this morning?
@Stephen Thanks for checking in!. The droopiness does not seem to have gotten worse. However, there appears to be more browning of the edges of the leaves. Is this what is known as nutrients burns? Should the browning of the edges be cause of concern?
Pics from today July 22:
Pic from July 20:
Pic from July 19:
Pic from July 18
Submit a ticket to support. It appears to be a potassium deficiency, but the newer growth at the top looks okay So maybe it’s resolved now? The bottom leaves will end up being removed at some point either way
You are still looking good on the data side and within expected ranges. How are your bottles looking? #3, 4 & 5 specifically. What kind of levels are you seeing?
@James Stephen has been in the loop and checking the data. All seems normal expect for these signs of nute burns. Top of the growth does look good for now.
@Stephen The bottles appear to be ~85% full. No dramatic change day by day
On a side note, I did notice some white mold/fungus at the top of the coco pod, but has not spread or gotten bigger. Should I try to remove this mold/fungus or leave it be?
@Stephen has got you covered…
((#Calibrate)): Totally time for one…
@SilverGrobo Thanks for the tip, the white mold/fungus has been wiped off.
@Stephen She is getting worst. The end leaves now are brittle fall when touched. The bottle 4 and 5 seem to be using double the nutes as the rest. Could this be the source?
Pic from this morning 7/24/2019:
Pic from two days ago 7/22/2019
Also, I am on day 3/14 in “Late Vegetation” and she is still lower than the second fan. I might need you guys to buffer my veg cycle with some additional time.
Ok, time for plan B. I’ve pulled your recipe spicyness level down a bunch, let’s drain and fill the unit again asap. Basically we will do a mini/mid grow flush and see how she responds.
PS - Those leaves won’t heal and we will pull them off once more new growth comes in. Keep up with the great pics and we will save this little one!
Done! hopefully she’ll be able to recover
Possible sign of root rot or browning from the coco pod? The roots did not feel slimy. Stephen currently has the nuts on super low to help flush so brown coloration should not be from bottle 5.
Pics from today:
Pic from last week
It’s been warm here in San Jose, CA for the past week and the water temperature is around 25.6C/78. Hydroguard is arriving today and hopefully it can help out my girl. Also, thinking about getting a water chiller.
Specifically this for $106,
That’s nute stain. Not root rot. If the roots were slimy, then you’d have root rot. Also I wouldn’t go with that Chinese piece of shit chiller. I bought the same one and it shit the bed a month later. Spend the $300 for a good chiller
Im glad its not root rot. Thanks for saving me $100. I am cheap, so for $300 I need to think about it hard.
Well if you have a basement, or garage with concrete floors then I’d say put the box there. It will keep your water cool. If not then either you get the good chiller, or eventually you will get root rot and hydroguard won’t help. Temps in the 70 degree range is where bacteria specifically pithium(that which causes root rot) thrive. So it may not happen now, but eventually it will. I found out the hard way.
The one I got works great so far. I was using hydroguard before I added chiller and I’ve done about 4 to 6 drain and fills since then. Roots are still very white and looking healthy.
I just finally got my system up and running. Too early for me to provide a report on my success of the water chiller.
Which one did you get? I am leaning towards the EcoPlus over the Active Aqua since it comes with a pump.
I have active aqua 10hp and 400 gph pump. With inch and half inch tubing.
Since nute burn seems to be under control, I figured it was time to give my girl a haircut.
I felt bad after the first cut, but I got over it
Since she is just recovering over nute burns, what should I do about the sites below?
Give her a week before I remove those sites.
Remove those sites soon?
Give her a week, and if those sites can grow into a new fan, keep them?
Let her get big and do a topping soon looks like ur close to 5+ nodes