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    Hello people

    I've just inherited 5 plants (all different strains) 6 days ago
    They have come from a grow room that's a tad bit uncontrolled.

    When i got them they needed to be repotted desperately and are about 2/3 weeks from being flipped.

    When I've repotted them I've used different soil to his and also nutrients are different

    My setup

    Bio bizz soil
    Bio bizz nutrients
    1.2x1.2 tent
    Mars hydro sp250 x2 (using one at min)
    Inkbird thermostat (24c)
    Inkbird humidistat (55%)

    Can you take a look at the pics for me please and see what you lot think?

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    Forgot to Mention I'm using co2. Ppm is up around the 1100

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    Have the changes come since you've had them? Or prior? Also light distance?

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    Also what dosage are you feeding? Ppm is pretty irrelevant when using biobizz.

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    Firstly 1100 ppm is a waste of co2. Your temps are too low and the plants are sat too small to benefit from it being that high. Even in peak growth, 800 would be more than enough.
    Have you been checking the feed ph? I'd check that first. Depending on where you are biobizz nutes can cause the feed to be too acidic or absolutely fine.
    When you do things right, people wont be sure you've done anything at all.

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    At 1100 ppm I would want to raise the temp to 31 and humidity to 70 and the PAR to 600. Adding co2 does not help if you don't have the environment setup correctly. First impression is this is PH related.

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    Thank you all for your responses.
    I'm going to rase the temp and I'll post back with ph readings and light hight once I'm home.

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    I had leaves Luke that... didnt figure it out in time so I'm watching the advice here closely Good luck mate
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    OK so
    pH is 6.5
    Temp is 24c
    Light is around 25inches High

    I'm following the bio bizz feed plan

    Strange how it's just one plant, maybe bad genetics? There all different strains

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    Low humidity . Seems underwatered also . Soil looks dry AF .



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    Yeh they got a good soaking last night. I'll be in in checking on them soon so I'll load up some more pics.

    What humidity should i be running? I'm currently at 55%

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    Made a mistake with my pH
    Plain water pH is at 6.5, once nutrients added 6.2

    Increased temp to 28c
    Increased humidity to 70%
    Bigger time between co2 Dossing
    Fired up second mars sp250

    Violator cush (offending plant) looks to have responded well to the good soaking and bio bizz nutrients last night

    Few pics

    Cheers for your help

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    Hello mate, so you are using organic soil and nutes but using ph adjusters? This will fuck the ph and buffering ability up at some point. Maybe i read it wrong and you just have a ph meter to take readings of whats going in.

    Tbh i never use any ph down for soil, i just add nutes and chuck it on. A decent microbial should help to buffer the ph where the plant wants it, symbiotic relations between, root, plant, nutes.

    My first thoughts were ph outta whack, this can also happen when over / under watering. Run a wet / dry cycle. Water, water, feed, water, let dry up, water, feed and so on. Only feed thought when the soil is depleted of nutes in it

    The newer pics look much better so the extra splash mustas helped eh, mad eh give em water and they grow
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    I've used Bio bizz ph up and down didn't know that would cause problems?

    I had the plants for a week can can assure you they had been watered in that week, the person i got them off said he had fed them nutes but thinks he gave them a high dose.

    I had re potted them in bio bizz soil and watered them with water only for a couple times.

    Only 1 plant showed discolouration and a strange leaf making me ask the question

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    55% humidity is good for now buddy.

    Well its all looking good now lad grow on. Ah ok so you are using bio ph adjuster, ok thats cool. Keep it going. Musta been that massive feed that made them unhappy. good shit mate

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    I've went for bio bizz everything bud try to keep it simple, in fact I'm going to drop the co2 lower temps and humidity to keep everything simple.

    Maybe dable with co2 in the summer time and hopefully I'll gain a bit more knowledge to deal with these little problems.

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    Mate you want your temp around 25-27c and humidity around 50-60% during veg and lower in flower around 40-50%

    Drop the co2 for now that is defo not keeping it simple, used in the wrong way you will burn a hole in ur budget

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmobyToker#1 View Post
    Mate you want your temp around 25-27c and humidity around 50-60% during veg and lower in flower around 40-50%

    Drop the co2 for now that is defo not keeping it simple, used in the wrong way you will burn a hole in ur budget
    Defo dropping the co2.
    I'll leave temp and drop the humidity

    Thank you all for your help


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    Quote Originally Posted by funkysnair View Post
    Defo dropping the co2.
    I'll leave temp and drop the humidity

    Thank you all for your help


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