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Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by dwiajwalb, Jan 17, 2014.

  1. What type of medium; soil or hydro?   - hydro and soil
    What brand and type of soil?   - foxfarm
    Indoors or outdoors?     - indor
    What strain?         - cherry kush
    How old are the plants?       - 1 month to 2 weeks
    What type of lights and how many watts?    t5 -240
    How far from the lights?   - 10 inches
    What is your watering frequency and source of water?   every other day right now, filtered water
    What, how much and when was it fed? NPK?      GH nuts @ 2-1-1  ppm at 420
    What is the medium/runoff pH and PPM if in hydro?   5.6 / 340 ppm
    What are the temps and humidity in the room?  68 at night 72-74 day
    What size pots?   6" rockwool
    Any bugs? Look real close.   hell no
    Any other pertinent info?
    been growing for 10 plus years , never had this problem...
    I think the problem is the furnace air is drying them out. looking for conformation or some other ideas.
    i have a humidifyer running during the day now, but the humidly does drop to 30 sometimes. 
    i have the house set to 68
    without furnace the plants would be at 40 degrees
    shit insulated house in the getto, its what i can afford - 1700 a month 

     

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  2. PH for soil should be 6.5 - 7...  You gotta check that water, I suspect it is the problem..
     
  3.  
    Sounds like a plan. I'd get the ph stationary (if you can) @ 5.8 for improvement, then go from there, and work on RH stability.
     
  4. its been looking like this for a month.
    i have no idea why 
    ph is 5.8
    RH is 50-70%
    yet they look like they are drying out
    only 1 person has any input??
     
  5. I am far from experienced but answered regardless. 
     
  6. You're not phing your root-zone at 5.8 that's in soil are you?
     
  7. no i use plain water on the soil plants
    5.8 for hydro
     
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