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Patience with plants lets them grow better, just like our kids. Keep a constant watch, without getting worried.
It seems to be a pH issue, be sure about keeping your water in correct pH rangeâ€¦she will recover very soon.
To get rid of pests, try neem oil. It is the most harmless pesticide you will ever find.
Growing in hydroponics gives you a higher yield. You get total control on grow factors such as light, temp, humidity etc.
Well, just go through websites and magazines available on marijuana cultivation. I prefer bigbudsmag and it has helped me on many occasions.
Keep your plants closer, they seem stretched and adjust your bulb too. Patience will win the game for you.
don't chop the beauty, give her some time and she will recover herself.
Change your RO filter, use double ph and PPM meter.
You need specific nutrients for your plants as well as for the system which you are adapting for bigger buds.
I would suggest to have different lights for veg and flowering. You can also look at the bigbudsmag for hydro tips and expert suggestions.
Place CFL 6-7 inches above your plant. I believe CFL is best for veg and HPS for flower.
Oh! it seems kinda nute deficiency, increase nute dose and keep your fingers crossed.
Yes, use baking soda for pH up and lemon juice for pH down.
I think cloning is better than chopping it down.
It's a common disease that does not have much cure; sulfur burner could get rid of it.
Don't cut it now, wait for some time and include enzyme supplements in your nutes.
HPS has more lumens per watt over any other grow light,it will give bigger buds at a faster rate.
Using h2o2 helps you temporarily but does not cure it, in fact it kills the very helpful beneficial microbes.
Keep patience, give it some time to recover before flushing.
Root rot can also occur if the water is not properly aerated. Check the frequency and length of watering cycles.