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    Hi there fellow farmers hope you are all well I’m doing 1 harybo & sherbalato
    I was wondering if any body could help identify what the yellow spots are that are appearing on my leafs always a worry !! I’m using just bio bizz grow at the moment in all mix soil under a 125 cfl to eventually be changed in to the bigger flowering tent I’mdoing the ph at 6.2 any pointers tips would be highly appreciated peace people ??
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    how they lookin at bottom with the roots? they be beggin for better light now tbh as they are startin to get long an spindly

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker_the_smoker View Post
    how they lookin at bottom with the roots? they be beggin for better light now tbh as they are startin to get long an spindly
    Thanks for replying to be honest I’ve checked the roots they are healthy as with still a bit more room in the soil although they will be getting transplanted this week and getting a 300 watt cfl for veg
    that wouldn’t actually cause the yellow spots I was enquiring about would they ???
    they are also in a small mother plant tent so it’s fairly small so thought the light would be sufficient enough up until now also the light was a tad to high as I I’d no adjustable straps . Peace ??

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    they have stretched up looking for more light just like joker said,
    you got a fan in this mother plant tent to help strengthen your plants/girls??

    those slight yellow marks aren't as much of a problem as the stretching is




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    A good pot up too would make those things boom like crazy .

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    Not seen it mentioned but you also dont need to ph in soil, it buffers it for you

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    Thanks I will upgrade the light this week as well as transplant in to my bigger fabric pots

    I do have a fan yes will put that in it more directly to get them stronger and as for the ph I was always told by my local grow shop that I needed to ph the water I’ve always ph d the water should I stop doing that then will that be fine coming out of my tap as it is ???Thanks again the input. Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by WF420 View Post
    Not seen it mentioned but you also dont need to ph in soil, it buffers it for you
    Could I just carry on now as normal with out ph Ing although I’ve added the ph down thanks ??

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    soil will naturally buffer your feeds to 6.8-7.0 ph as long as it's not extremely low or high, if ur water is drinkable u should be fine as is
    the grow shop tell you to ph because it's more profit in there pocket selling you stuff you don't actually need

    all-mix will feed ur plants for weeks so all they need is water.

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    Thanks monster energy I appreciate it that I will go with what you said and let the soil naturally buffer the ph thanks again
    Peace ??

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