Please forgive me for posting this as my issue isn’t related to plants from your seeds, however, I’m also not keen to go join other forums either. If this is unwelcome, please delete and no hard feelings.
Where I live, the water is normally completely okay on it’s own for the beginning stages, right up to a week before everyone wants to flower (based on last experience). This old Yeller in the back has been giving me a run for my money the last two days. Here is my problem, sometimes I forget to write things down and I may have stratified with a layer of cardboard, a layer of sand, a layer of soil, and coco in between. I have dug around a bit, and everything is broken down now, so I can’t be sure. (I’ve started documenting with camera and journal).
I have added calmag to water, along with Canna Coco A & B. Ingoing PPM 500, outgoing 250. They seemed happy, turned green. Great. So repeated. Then not so great about two hours later. Flushed out with plain distilled water. All started turning green again. All happy. They seemed a bit thirsty before lights out, plain water again. This morning, it’s starting all over again. What the eff. I’m aggravated because I’m pretty good at figuring stuff out on my own. I’m missing something and it’s hidden in between the very fine line between starvation and overabundance. I do know at this point I don’t want to pull them out. My first instinct is to top them. I’m okay with waiting for regrowth as I’m not in any hurry. I also like to test things most people aren’t comfortable with and I’m trying my hand at companion planting methods.
Strain is SSSD reg. In my head, I’m thinking Tulsi Basil and Cannabis are cousins and I sowed too many seeds of basil and now they are competing for food. I think I may remove some basil, they are more forgiving, I just hate wasting live plants. Has anyone else run into this problem? If so, what is your suggestion?