I still cant figure this out...

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by Deezenutz420, Jun 23, 2019.

  1. I'm gonna try distilled water even though my water is sorta neutral.. I'm suspecting mites but I have cotton balls flying in the air. I'm assuming these plants are pretty much shot... I happy happy tree frog soil.. added nutes fox farm trip 2 of them that are meant for veg growth now 2 of my plants have clawing leaves idk what to do at this point I'm stressed out I'm going to buy a ph kit test for sure today cause I figured this would've grown over but no I see black specs on leaves on some.. I have neem oil and garden safe insecticidal soap but I see no change... 1561288752150.jpg 1561288770511.jpg 1561288786776.jpg 1561288809084.jpg

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  2. If you're in happy frog soil, don't feed yet. I have found out by experience that happy frog and ocean forest have enough nutes to feed for 3 to 4 weeks. I transplant into 50/50 happy frog/ ocean forest and go another week or two with ph'ed water until they look like they need food, then just 1/4 strength. I've nursed plants back to health that looked way worse than yours do.
     
  3. That's the thing man I only got happy frog so what am I suppose to do? I notice all forums on here just try to get me to go buy more expensive shit excuse my French I'm testing ph right now I'll conclude results here in 5 minutes stay tuned.

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  4. I'm running 6.5 in soil with distilled water 1561296860777.jpg

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  5. The only reason I use both is because I just have both. Happy frog alone will feed about 3weeks. Don't stress out over them, I swear they can sense it. Use just quarter strength nutes every other water and let them dry out inbetween. When the cup or pot feels very light, then water. My tap water is over 8. I fill up about 16 gallon jugs and let them sit to evaporate the chlorine until I need them and use ph down, lemon juice or citric acid. Use citric acid in tiny amounts, it extremely drops the ph. When I started growing I checked on my plants 100 times a day, now sometimes I don't see them for a day or two and they grow just fine without me.
     
  6. Yeah just had go get ph down I guess will these turn around now?

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