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Ameth

Is it nutrient lockout?

Hello there,  i have a problem where i think its related to nutrient lockout.  Plants are 6weeks old from 12/12. And they almost dont drink and the e.c. is from 2.2 which is what i make when i turn on the lights, when all the work beginds.  But for almost a week now they dont eat at all,  just sip some water. Not much at all and e.c. becomes 3.0. This is to me looks like a lockout.  What would be a best solution?

 

Nft,  6th flowering week.  Temperature about 30c.  Water temperature about 22c.  Dont say its because of water temperature.  Ive grown on 25c succesfully many times.  :)

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Sounds like some sort of trouble indeed mate especially if they are only sipping considering the hot weather.

 

Might be water temp you cant rule that out just because you have grown in 25c water before different cycles different hurdles.

 

Not a tray grower but i would feed with a week solution and keep the Ph in balance until they uptake again or start drinking more adequately :yinyang:

 

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Know nothing of hydro but if they are not drinking then it sounds like they are stressed for some reason and have put themselves in 'stasis'. Are they growing slow? Time to go back and check all the basics... 

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Bring the ec down to 1.0ec. Sounds like over fed to me

 

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