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  1. Hi guys. So I'm 44 days from seed with a Zkittles Auto from Seedsman and it started showing some deficiency, I'm pretty sure its sulphur, anyway, I did the usual go to first off and checked the PH of the runoff. Now I'm very particular about my PH when watering and I always have it between 6.4 and 6.8, and its planted in Bio Bizz All Mix which as far as I understand is neutral at 7.0, and i was using Bio Bizz Grow and Bloom nutes which are pretty stable at around 6.5, which is their recommended anyway, so when I collected and check the runoff and found it was down at 5.2-5.3 I was seriously confused. Any ideas what would shift the PH that dramatically when I know 100% im OCD when it comes to these plants and watering? Cheers guys.