Hey all. I'm growing a bubblegummer, she's into flowering and I've been getting fairly regular pH problems just into flowering. I've tried flushing, but even putting 2-3 times the volume of the pot through doesn't seem to make much of a difference, the runoff stays at around 6.3, even when I put dolomite lime in =/. What brand and type of soil? soil, peat based. Indoors or outdoors? indoors What strain? bubblegummer, female. How old are the plants? around 3 months-ish. It's been growing fairly slow. What type of lights and how many watts? One CFL, red, 125w. On 12/12 atm. How far from the lights? 1-4 inches. What is your watering frequency and source of water? Tapwater left to sit out. I'm in a city, but my water is quite good, around 40-50ppm. I typically have to give it a drop of pH down, since it's usually at 7-7.5. The water is usually 6.5-6.6 when given to the plant. I've started to stop during that last flush and am waiting to see if it makes a difference. What, how much and when was it fed? NPK? Not since before the flush, but is fed with a fert designed for tomatoes and with seaweed extract. The fert is 6-3-10, and added Mg. What is the medium/runoff pH and PPM if in hydro? Runoff is around 6.2-6.3, medium is a peat based compost with about 20% perlite and some dolomite lime added recently. What are the temps and humidity in the room? temps are around 25-27 during the day, and around 20-22ish during the night, though we've had cold snaps where it's been as low as 18 (all in celcius) Humidity is a bit on the low side, between 10-40%, higher when the lights are off. What size pots? Not sure, had to make a custom pot to fit into the PC case, but it's roughly 30cmLx10cmWx15cmH Any bugs? Look real close. No bugs. Any other pertinent info? I'm just wondering if there's anything I could do to save her now, since I really don't want it to die after all this time put into it. Also, transplanting could be tricky, since the plant is woven through a scrog grid. Here's some photos taken ten minutes ago.