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    Hey anyone tell if this is nutrient burn?
    My Ec was at 0.45
    Ph pen was out by 0.5
    Temp min 23 max 26
    Rh 63%
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  2. "Looks a bit like it... drop your EC a little "


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    Looks a bit like it... drop your EC a little
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    Looks a bit like it... drop your EC a little
    Thanks M_C
    I done a new mix of nutes yesterday and added a new nutrient pervious to my last mix. I never concidered ec raise over night so it's gone back up to 0.45 from 0.42 hopefully it doesn't get any worse if so I'll drop ec again and I'll see how this other nutrient affects it.

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    What's your ec coming out of the pots.
    If it's higher on the way out than on the way in you are going to need to flush the pots


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    Drop your e.c by a point . And maybe pass some ph water throigh before next feed . Theyll bounce back fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by British green View Post
    What's your ec coming out of the pots.
    If it's higher on the way out than on the way in you are going to need to flush the pots


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    Going to do that in a few hours mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenirl View Post
    Going to do that in a few hours mate

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    Its a good way to find out if they are feeding well .
    I'm presuming you are in coco???


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Drop your e.c by a point . And maybe pass some ph water throigh before next feed . Theyll bounce back fast

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    My base is 0.35 so not much nutes in the mix but will see by Wednesday when I made new feed. There's no new signs of burning

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    probably is mate but it is minimal. Some experienced growers like to push their plants to the max with feed (when they get older after flip) and would be delighted with a very, very slight brown tip but no more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by British green View Post
    Its a good way to find out if they are feeding well .
    I'm presuming you are in coco???


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    Yeah in coco mate

    I haven't done a proper run off test yet but only tested my waste water after a few days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenirl View Post
    Yeah in coco mate

    I haven't done a proper run off test yet but only tested my waste water after a few days

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    My water atm is .37 . I have ine plant thats the smae as yours . And i cant even add feed . Its an auto . Autos dont require much feed .

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    Quote Originally Posted by toblue View Post
    probably is mate but it is minimal. Some experienced growers like to push their plants to the max with feed (when they get older after flip) and would be delighted with a very, very slight brown tip but no more.
    Yeah it's pretty minimal I'm not too worried now as it hasn't got any worse. I will be trying to push them to there max ye when I have them I'm flower. At least I know now I can't identify it.

    This is my first ever time with nute burn and I've never used as little nutes as i am right now lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    My water atm is .37 . I have ine plant thats the smae as yours . And i cant even add feed . Its an auto . Autos dont require much feed .

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    Pretty much same as my base.
    I have always fed my autos at 1/4 strength at first serrated leaves but I was in soil and outdoor and worked upto full strength before flower and never had a problem apart from bugs and mold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by British green View Post
    What's your ec coming out of the pots.
    If it's higher on the way out than on the way in you are going to need to flush the pots


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    Ph 5.9 nute water from rez EC 0.457
    Runoff
    Baklava Ph 6.07 Ec 0.468
    Spumoin Ph 6.14 Ec 0.468
    Currylato lost data
    French macaroon Ph 6.15 Ec 0.480

    You reckon I need a flush?

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    All wihthin range tbh . Next feed . Just pass her ph'd water and she should resettle herself . Maybe was just a tiny buildup .nothing to worry about tbh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    All wihthin range tbh . Next feed . Just pass her ph'd water and she should resettle herself . Maybe was just a tiny buildup .nothing to worry about tbh

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    Thanks Trex. My rez actually has one feed left in it so going to let that run through in the morning and give it water until Wednesday night.

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    As trex's post give her a flush and start feeding again but slightly lower .
    Keep checking the run off ec as you want it coming out lower than it goes in


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    Quote Originally Posted by British green View Post
    As trex's post give her a flush and start feeding again but slightly lower .
    Keep checking the run off ec as you want it coming out lower than it goes in


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    Thanks mate I try my best to keep on top of it

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