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Excuse the - its-been-a-long-day-stupidity - please... Water is a tad alkaline (not, as mentioned before, acidic) - I've lowered it with a bit of lemon juice - will dig out the citric acid tomorrow... Thanks! Mods, please delete - post was pointless and a mistaken problem.
I recently found out that since the start of growth cycle up until the end of week 2 flower i had been measuring my PH with a broken PH reader and have been watering plants with a PH of around 4.... The plants seem to have been growing fine and look healthy and green. If the low Acidity had started to effect the plants, what signs should i have noticed by now, if any. And what problems may occur because of this now. Basically, 1) if i have hurt the plants (due to low PH) should i be able to see signs of that by now? And, 2) since everything looks cool so far, have a caught the problem early enough for the plants to turn out as fine as ever? Thanks
I'm using nitric acid from BAC at the moment. I see that my ph is always rising after a day, forcing me to add more and rising the ec value. I see people using citric acid. Do they have the same experience? Or are there big differences in the used acids?