If you have root rot at this stage you can likely harvest early if needed. This is because the plant is super stressed out and will go into overdrive. She looks ready to harvest imo. My very first grow the roots died cause of no bubbles.
So I should continu and pass directly to the flush? @Todd.grobo You think it good idea to pull off the plant for clean the machine? Thk for the answer really appreciated
i’m a new grower never had to deal with this sorry. did you open a support ticket?
Sorry @Francis_Girofor, are you still having a problem or did you decide to harvest like @Todd.grobo suggested?
I also think that would be the best idea at this point. A proper clean and a health check should follow before starting another grow.
Yeahh todays gonna stop follow the grobo and I gonna stop the flow for flush and my friend told to add a product in the flush for help is cleanings what are thinking@Bplatinum9 @Bloodydrake @Osage apriciate… @Stephen @supportgrobo
NO NO NO!!! Flush with clean ro ph”d water only!!!
Harvest now if you have root rot, and sterilize your unit after
Perfect thk you so much so tonight I pass to the flush put only ph water And wait 10days @Osage or it better to cut all without flush… Did you have good products for clean the machine… So sorry for all the question really sad my second grow gonna be so much better with all your tip thk a lot
If you have root rot, don’t flush, the rot will only get worse. Just harvest and sterilize the unit
Perfect I will do that tonight thank you so much @Osage Should I dry it or put it on the garbarge?
Computer room too hot for grobo unit?
Dry the cannabis, trash the rest
Thank for take your time to help me @Osage @Todd.grobo I believe this happens because of me like you say my water waz to much hot when a was fil the unit and I never ph my water… Gonna change lot thing on my next grow I lear a lot on your page that amazing I will be more active in my next grow
Next grow use hydroguard in your ph’d water to help with root rot.
You can sanitize your grobo with 50% distilled vinegar & 50% water.
Soak for thirty minutes and drain and fill to rinse.
As @Todd.grobo suggested, please move away from computer area.
And @Osage is the best!
I dried in the grobo. I would recommend it until you know how to do it properly. Its controlled and easy, less chance of mold!