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Morning growers Could my fellow coco growers confirm my suspicions? The little soldiers look a bit rough. 18 days into flower Ec 1.3 Ph 6.0-6.2 Canna Coco a+b nutes and calmag at half strength, around .65/ltr. Temp 22-27c has been a little higher than usual. Loose leaves are from under the canopy or found in the garland tray - yellow with burnt egdes and green with purple edges. Canopy is nice and green, but some leaves have droopy tips. Stem on 1 blue cheese has purple viens running the its length, the other plants have it a little but no where near as much as this one... could be strain specific. To loose these at such a late stage would be devistating, especially because of a rookie mistake. They could be going through the change and its just me, but thats a lot of dying leaves to see when i open the rent. As always, thanks for your time
Looking for a cheeky bit of advice on my first flush which will be starting in the next week or two. Im in 11ltr fabric pots, hand watering, using canna coco a+b, max Ec 1.8. A popular opinion is 14 days, halfing then quatering nutes for the first 7. Then plain water (without ph-ing) the last 7. Any other methods worth considering, what would happen if i flushed for 7 days? Halfing nutes, then quartering for 4 days, then plain tap water for the last 3? Should i use bottled water instead of plain tap? As always, thanks in advance