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    Yes i can. So my PH meter just got here and after leaving it in the soil for 10 minutes it's saying my PH is over 8.. it's supposed to be 6.5 right?? What the hell should I do :x

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    Test the tap water next.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbitual View Post
    Can you drink your tap water?
    I drink mind ever day.

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    See?

    Hotstuff is almost absolutely fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbitual View Post
    Test the tap water next.


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    Will do, takes 10 mins for accurate reading on this cheap meter

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    7.3-7.5 on the tap water

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    ...this can happen sometimes when the soil is hot, they can make it through but it's not a guarantee.
    Probably answered this right away. Thank you everyone as well. Soil too hot due to underwatering I would assume from the readings. Lesson learned, Do not skimp on a meter.

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    Yeah, I agree. It’s always worth checking the water supply but I’m certain Ice called it straight away with regards the soil.

    Btw...you’re keeping the soil as loose as poss when you’re filling the pots?


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    Yes it's relatively loose I have not packed anything down.

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    Do the new pictures help at all? I tried re-taking everything.

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    I wonder If i should just rip them up and replant with the new soil.. : P

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    I'll see if jingo can take a peek, maybe he can advise with the soil where you are HazyClouds

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    Would "Ericaceous" soil help in this situation, at least for the immediate future?

    Bringing down the water pH is gonna be easy once that is dialled in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    I'll see if jingo can take a peek, maybe he can advise with the soil where you are HazyClouds
    I've just got some "FoxFarms" in today, Jingo probably is familiar with that one. NO LINKS PLEASE

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    Quote Originally Posted by HazyClouds View Post
    I wonder If i should just rip them up and replant with the new soil.. : P
    This is just my opinion so do not do anything based on my blithering idiocy, but if they are, as you say, 17, now 18 days old, honestly, I would be starting again.

    In the right environment, you'll piss pass these in about 10 days from seed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbitual View Post
    This is just my opinion so do not do anything based on my blithering idiocy, but if they are, as you say, 17, now 18 days old, honestly, I would be starting again.

    In the right environment, you'll piss pass these in about 10 days from seed.
    I agree, I would personally look to start over if I were in your position

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    Again, and only as the pic is at hand, I post this merely as an example...this is my current 14 day old.

    Many better examples can be found on Google:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbitual View Post
    This is just my opinion so do not do anything based on my blithering idiocy, but if they are, as you say, 17, now 18 days old, honestly, I would be starting again.

    In the right environment, you'll piss pass these in about 10 days from seed.
    I see.. Thank you for the straight advice. That is what I was afraid of, but after reading multiple grow diaries they don't even seem nearly at the 14 day growth mark.
    Here I am pushing day 17-18.
    Underwatering due to the plethora of warning of overwatering, seems both are equally deadly.
    Does seem a bit silly. 80$ for 5 seeds and I'll probably be looking at just 2 plants out of the 4 germinated making it to adulthood. However, I am hopeful. Lots of good advice on this forum I really appreciate the counsel.
    My seedling that just popped looks really lush I'm wondering how you transplant a seedling from a 3 gal to another 3 gal. That way I can use the optimal soil, I was thinking of cutting it out with a knife?

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