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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    Let her dry out then feed with a weak solution of bloom. I agree with MC, she's packing on growth so fast she's not changing colour quick enough.

    I've been here and went with plain water thinking I'd locked her out or over fed with N causing the leaves to twist.

    When I realised it was just speedy growth it was to late for my nutes to make any difference.

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    Thanks for stepping in. I was reading this situation all wrong and offering bad advice. Based on what you said, I think fully dry then wetting the soil with 1/4 teaspoon Epsom in half liter water followed by 1 ml bloom in 1 liter water to full runoff. The Epsom cannot hurt as far as I know and helps with nutrient uptake. Sound okay?

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    Ok thanks Ironman, it will be tomorrow so I will mix up 1ml of grow and 2ml of bloom and water to 5 to 10% run off.

    Thanks mate your a star and thanks Citydweller for advising me to infirmary post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    I've just seen you have plain water last fed too.

    Mix up 1ml per ltr grow and 2ml bloom and feed when she's dry.😉

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    A few days ago she was a dark green waxy. Then she drooped, followed by the yellowing and twisting... at least this is how I remember it... just want to make sure you have all the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    A few days ago she was a dark green waxy. Then she drooped, followed by the yellowing and twisting... at least this is how I remember it... just want to make sure you have all the info.
    Yeah thats pretty much right mate, are you thinking not go with grow and just the bloom like you said above still ?

    Really want to get this right and I respect everyones opinion so if we could arrive on a consensus between us I will do what ever you guys tell me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    Thanks for stepping in. I was reading this situation all wrong and offering bad advice. Based on what you said, I think fully dry then wetting the soil with 1/4 teaspoon Epsom in half liter water followed by 1 ml bloom in 1 liter water to full runoff. The Epsom cannot hurt as far as I know and helps with nutrient uptake. Sound okay?
    I agree mate, fresh eyes sometimes helps😉
    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Ok thanks Ironman, it will be tomorrow so I will mix up 1ml of grow and 2ml of bloom and water to 5 to 10% run off.

    Thanks mate your a star and thanks Citydweller for advising me to infirmary post

    Mon the Talk
    Go with citydweller above post mukka, that's what I would do.😁
    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    A few days ago she was a dark green waxy. Then she drooped, followed by the yellowing and twisting... at least this is how I remember it... just want to make sure you have all the info.
    Nice 1 fella, now you told me that I'm with you all the way, Epsom salts and weak bloom. Sometimes fresh eyes don't see everything PMSL 😂😂

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    I did the same city,

    When I first started growing I watered every other day no matter what. Caused lock out, zinc or iron or both.

    Looked exactly the same.

    Always worth getting a couple of opinions

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    Thanks everone for the input I really appreciate it

    Ok so 1/4 teaspoon in 500ml drench feed followed by bloom at 1ml per litre to run off.

    Sorted, much appreciated everyone

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    Iron deficiency. It's being locked out because your pH is too high. Exact same thing happened to me when I let my pH drift to 8. Get your pH to 6.5 if that's soil. 6.0 if hydroponic. It'll self correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Thanks everone for the input I really appreciate it

    Ok so 1/4 teaspoon in 500ml drench feed followed by bloom at 1ml per litre to run off.

    Sorted, much appreciated everyone
    Probably stupid to say this but make sure the Epsom is fully dissolved before watering. Want an even spread if you can.

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    Do you have a PH pen to check your runoff? I do not remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    Do you have a PH pen to check your runoff? I do not remember.
    No I dont mate and I cant adjust ph coz of the Great white

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    Probably stupid to say this but make sure the Epsom is fully dissolved before watering. Want an even spread if you can.
    Yeah now worries mate, I.dissolve a little in warm water first and then add that the the plain water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    No I dont mate and I cant adjust ph coz of the Great white
    Do you have any cider vinegar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    Do you have any cider vinegar?

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    No not to hand why ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    No not to hand why ?
    Lowers PH safely... I dont have a formula to use since I just use the pen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    Lowers PH safely... I dont have a formula to use since I just use the pen.
    Idea... 1 liter bottle of a bottled water available? We can assume both starting at 7 and I can measure the vinegar. Our vinegar would need to be identical in acidity.

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    I think I will just proceed as planned and see what happens, Id rather not go down the pH rabbit hole just yet lol

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    Vinegar is good for lowering PH. I was clutching at straws tbh.

    Stick to plan A mate, you'll get this sorted 😉

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