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  1. I have been using a battery powered PH reader to measure the PH of the water and adjust it accordingly. I was using much more PH down than i thought i would have needed in order to get the PH to the desired reading so i tested the PH of the water using a manual colour coded kit (liquid droplet tester). I then realised that my PH reader must have a fault and that i must have been watering my plants with a PH of around 4 from the start up of growth up until the end of week 2 of flowering. Fortunately the plants have been growing well and look green and healthy. Does anybody know of any consequences i my face because of this, or any consequences that i should have already come across? Thanks.
  2. 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
  3. My white widow plant is sick, I'm around 5 weeks into vegging under a 600w hps, some of the leaves are turning yellow with some brown markings on them. The leaves are drooping too. 11 litre pots of canna coco, feeding with canna a+b and rhizotonic, using cannas chart. The coco from the plants pot seems to turn the ph solution a greenish yellow colour. When I look down the side of the pot the roots seem to be pretty crammed in there. Any advice please? Will upload some pics now