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Hydroponic Systems

NFT, Flood and Drain, Bubblers etc.

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    • Nature
      Those unaffected buds look lovely to be fair to you. Good effort. Don't see any nutrient issues there, was just judging by how fried the leaves were in your first photo. Good to see the full picture   Keep up your good work and those damaged parts should pull through, maybe not as perfect as the other colas of course.
    • Bushmat
      What made you think there was a nutrient issue? Heres some unaffected buds.
    • Nature
      Yes the res is inside the same room as the grow tent. The room is dark and cool temperatures near the res. Equipment is all new and clean. I did wonder what effect the light/temperature might have on the ph, but the change in temp and light is so minimal between day and night so would not have thought that would make the PH change so much. I could be wrong of course.    Thank you for tip about heater @ 20c. I will be aiming to get one asap. Hopefully that will help. Also going to invest in better ph reading equipment, but can't blame the big, consistent PH jumps on the cheap PH pen alone. Again, I could be wrong!   Cheers
    • geo1
      I read somewhere the pineapple skunk does well outside, would be interesting to try them out, lovely looking seeds