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    Asking for a freind his autos have started doing this. There 5 weeks in started drooping. Coco is slightly damp not to wet. Temps are 26 lights on and off. Any 1 any ideas

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    They look hungry. What your base ec. Feed ec, pH etc. Also why are the pots half full.

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    5 weeks old?

    You need to tell us more...much more.
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    She don't use jelly, or any of these,
    She uses Vaseline.

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    Did he wash his balls clay that is

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    Lol ye he washed his balls. Royal queen seeds recomends no chemicals needed untill flowering on auto seeds so its only fresh water. Ph of 7. Watering 15 min every 4 hrs

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    Quote Originally Posted by millwall115 View Post
    They look hungry. What your base ec. Feed ec, pH etc. Also why are the pots half full.

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    He thought the line on inside was the fill line

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheatley90 View Post
    Lol ye he washed his balls. Royal queen seeds recomends no chemicals needed untill flowering on auto seeds so its only fresh water. Ph of 7. Watering 15 min every 4 hrs

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    Needs feed straight from the off in coco, there's nothing in it, soil yeah just water

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    PH is way out for coco, should be 5.6 to 6.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheatley90 View Post
    Lol ye he washed his balls. Royal queen seeds recomends no chemicals needed untill flowering on auto seeds so its only fresh water. Ph of 7. Watering 15 min every 4 hrs

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    That may be true for soil... but not coco
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    There's a big confusion here, isn't there? It's annoyingly common from what I've read, but:

    Coco is inert. It has nothing in it, innit; may as well be growing in pan scourer. It is simply a grow medium for the roots. A method of retaining water.

    RQS saying "nothing until flowering" is for soil...lovely nutrient-rich soil which will probably get you through the first 4 weeks of an auto-flowering plant without the need for "chemicals".

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    Ok pal i shall tell him to pit some in the tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbitual View Post
    There's a big confusion here, isn't there? It's annoyingly common from what I've read, but:

    Coco is inert. It has nothing in it, innit; may as well be growing in pan scourer. It is simply a grow medium for the roots. A method of retaining water.

    RQS saying "nothing until flowering" is for soil...lovely nutrient-rich soil which will probably get you through the first 4 weeks of an auto-flowering plant without the need for "chemicals".
    Cheers pal lesson lernt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheatley90 View Post
    Ok pal i shall tell him to pit some in the tank

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    You need a ec & pH meters really, if your not using 1 gonna have a tough few months ahead

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy-T View Post
    You need a ec & pH meters really, if your not using 1 gonna have a tough few months ahead

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    I think hes got both ill get him to add some nutrients and lower his ph see how ot goes

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