I've been using Cutting Edge nutes, turns out I was underfeeding them by quite a bit. I always thought I was burning them I was finishing them around 700ppm, should have been more like 1700ppm. Since using them by the directions on the bottle with higher ppms, the plants have been looking much healthier. Much fewer dying leaves
This is what I got from CES;
If you are getting 500-600 ppm (on top of your source water I assume), you are definitely underfeeding. At full strength you should be around 1500 for the DTW veg mix. You will not hurt your plants with the full strenght recommendations, of course smaller plants should be fed the rooted cuttings mix for a week or so, until they are established. One reason why you can run our nutes higher is because we use the highest quality inputs we can find, and as such, there is no garbage in our products that is not available to a plant. If you feed with a fertilizer that has inputs that are lees or not available to a plant, they can sit around and build-up, that is when you get your burning. Do not be afraid to feed your plants, for the most part they are incredibly hardy and can take what you throw at them, I have seen certain strains love it when you pump it to 2000+ ppm with our products. I hope this heps to get you on track, if you feel intimidated by the ppms you can ramp it up over the course of a few weeks, but definitely get your numbers up. We spent a LOT of time on many different strains coming up with our feeding ratios, we would never steer people in the direction of hurting their ladies.
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I have moved my Mohan Ram mother into the flower cab and it's flowering nicely. I used Bushmaster as per the label immediately upon moving it into flower, 1ml/gal for 3 days. I probably could have waited for them to stretch a bit but oh well, it's mostly sativa anyways.
I bought a couple of Strawberry Chocolate Chunk clones from the club, put one into flower and one in the veg cab. I should have transplanted the flowering one into a bigger pot but it's still frosting up nicely
I got a CO2 setup going in the flower cab, gotta get a heater that will actually turn back on at the same settings after being turned off by a timer. Gonna get an actual environment controller w my tax return.
The veg cab has a 400w light that I forgot was turned to 250w Plants have been doing much better since I switched it back to 400w.