Idk bro the only thing I can think of is when I cut the burnt fan leaves off but every time she droops she gets burnt all over again
Ok thanks for that will try that out an see u right she does look better hopefully she stays up tonight
I’ll tell u what tho bro I think autos ain’t for me will see how she finishes out but I think this will be my first an last auto
Well her leaves ain’t drooping like the last 3 days but she did get burnt again @Bplatinum9 what use think about this auto kinda weird to me Uploading: 2B03AE5F-5986-4E53-8F5D-8C86EFD1BA0D.jpeg…
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Ok look at her now if it wasn’t for the burnt spots on the leaves u wouldn’t even be able to tell she went thru all that stress
Those arent burnt marks they are ph/defeciency spots!
Have you marked the nutrient bottles to locate the defeciency?
You did do a recalibration when you started this grow right?
Other than that she is looking healthy!
Yea I did calibrate them u think I need to do it again thanks for ur knowledge that explains why she was going thru that
In agreement. Your sensor may be dirty or clogged. Thats not light burns
Is it ok to calibrate them in the middle of a grow
Oh yea by the way wanted to show u something bro the top one is my garage an the bottom one is my room I think I figured it out man
i like to calibrate my Grobo’s pH probe once at the start of the grow and again at the start of flower to make sure everything is reading ok
Good idea…havent calibrated mine during grow but have cleaned them
Thanks for that after what just happened me that might be a gd idea thanks
I checked my probes said they were gd didn’t have to finish out the calibration p.s just put me back at square one
Here an update for u an @Bplatinum9 i honesty ain’t do anything but open the trap door in the back an cleaned my probe but it said it was clean so I really don’t know but appreciate y’all help she is doing fine to
Your welcome, Happy to see she is doing better!
Yea me to has me really confused but as long as she ok I’m cool with that just wish I can pin point it just in case that would ever happen again