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Harvesting and Curing

How To Cut, Trim, Dry and Cure

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    • GreenVision
      A jump like that can only be one of a few things.   Either as already said your plants absorbed a lot of water and somehow the nutrients in water have been left over, although that is quite a bloody jump. It could be that you took a measurement too early before the the nutrients had mixed properly, even with a mixing pump it does take a min or two. Another possibility is that your using the wrong nutrients, soil and a fair amount of coco nutrients can cause imbalance like this if you start using them in a res instead of hand watering, but I doubt this is the case and again I doubt it would jump so high.    Only other thing I can think of is that your EC meter needs a clean etc.
    • lildaveham
      Wtf? I seriously haven’t a scooby doo.     That moment when you realise your getting old     peace   lil d.
    • countrock
      16L mix of 30ml CX B and 10ml Leonardite humus. 5,85pH,23,6 C,1.2 CE. pots temps 24-25 C steady.Canopy 22-29 C.  
    • RD2
      Thank you guys, fo advice:)) I bought a light 600w full spec bloom/flower. Hope so not to big as you saying up to 400w :/ now I need to order seeds and soil any suggestions where ? And what seed would be da best for first timer   thank you