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mulch started grow question 3 years ago
i have eliminated ph lockout and also (i think) cation exchange issues with 2 25% feedings (50% being normal), both with MORE than 100% calmag epsom salts. is 5 ml/gal calmagic toxic both with and without epson salts. my ph is perfect, double checked but symptoms persist.
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24 comments · 3 years ago
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DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
HEy mulch your light schedule is a beast basically kicken these into overdrive, so they're chewen up more sulfur, cal, mag and potassium. So what you're seeing a sulfur deficiency. You can get a lag sulfur supplement. Probably should dial down the lights to a comphy 18/6 you can always turn it back up closer to the end. hope this helps ! :rocket:
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello ! Well maybe you should low your FloraGro amount and add more FloraMicro & FloraBloom. If you'r already on a nitrogen excess then maybe you should skip you pre-flowering/stretch/early flowering schedule to your full bloom schedule , by that way you will low your N input in your feeding. One more thing could be to play with the ph range and up your ph to 6 which is a range where the nitrogene is less available for the plant so she will focus on other nutrients (like P and K), I know it's hard to consider when you now have a perfect Ph. I hope it will help you :grin::+1: