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3. I’ve addressed in the charts above, they show what nutrients are best absorbed at a particular pH.
pH is the number one cause of nutrient deficiencies and other pH related problems.

1. The bottle says may use every feeding or as needed- which one is right?
2. Is it ok to feed straight or to "bubble" it for 24-48 hours?
3. I’ve also ready people have had lots of issues with PH problems. To be honest I’ve not checked my PH before but will after my next watering. What should the runoff be as far as PH?

I didn’t post pics of the leave since it is very slight and probably wouldn’t show in a picture. They just aren’t the deep green like they were before. I also raised my light up because I thought maybe the switch from 50% to 75% might have had an effect also.

Completed auto grows 3

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1. Either could be right, they’re basically telling you that you need to determine if your plant needs nutrients every time you water, every second time or only once a week. Every plant and growing situation is different and nutrient directions can only get you so far, you have to learn to read your plants to see what they need and how they react to what you’re giving/doing to them.

Grows using this setup: 1
Largest yield from this setup: 20oz / 567g

2×4 Gorilla tent
600W HPS
Coco
GH Flora Series trio + Armor Si, CALiMAGic, RapidStart, Liquid KoolBloom, Floralicious Plus, FloraKleen, Diamond Nectar, FloraBlend, FloraNectar (Pineapple Rush version), Dry Koolbloom + Great White mycorrhizae & Terpinator

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Completed auto grows 3

Soil:6.0-7.0 although 6.2-6.9 is a bit better.
Coco/hydro: 5.5-6.5 although around 6.0 is better.

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