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Last night when i got back from a day out i noticed this over a few of my plants. 

I grow in coco/perlite/soil mix

PH 5.8-6.1

i water daily with nutes and calmag

light are about 30cm above plants and on 18/6 cycle (see pic below of lights) lights were lowered since pic.

room temp low17 high25

humidity 50-70

i watered them today with only water and calmag at ph 6.0

Did i take the correct action? Why did this happen? And how can i avoid this in the future?

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Seems like there could me more than one issue here. Seedlings don't like too much water, is that perlite or vermiculite in your soil?

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Its perlite only in most, the ones that have vermiculite don't have soil

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17 hours ago, Trailblazer420 said:

Seems like there could me more than one issue here. 

 

Please elaborate on this, i want to fix any issues and try to avoid them completely in the future, if possible

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17 hours ago, Trailblazer420 said:

Seedlings don't like too much water

The above and I wouldn't add nutes so early in soil. I gave my soil ladies their first nutes on day 40.

Do you need to add calmag? What water are you using?

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You're over watering and overfeeding because of it. Water less

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26 minutes ago, AcidAlice said:

The above and I wouldn't add nutes so early in soil. I gave my soil ladies their first nutes on day 40.

Do you need to add calmag? What water are you using?

yes i do add calmag. i use tap water that i pour into containers 24hrs prior to use.

So, cut back on watering, thanx guys. What about feedings, should i do less or still add nutes to each watering? my mix is mostly coco, perlite around 20-30% and only 10-15% soil. Also ive been meaning to ask, do i add all 3(grow, micro,bloom) to each feeding? or only give the corresponding nutes for current plant cycle?

New watering schedule, yes or no?

water only every 2nd day (with calmag, PH 6.0)

feedings with every 4th watering. (PH6.0)(GHE Grow, Bloom & Micro)

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50 minutes ago, Oolong83 said:

yes i do add calmag. i use tap water that i pour into containers 24hrs prior to use.

Tap water has calcium as well.

51 minutes ago, Oolong83 said:

So, cut back on watering

Yes. I'm on day 40, watered 9 times and I still over watered in the beginning.

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You should only water if your medium seems dry. This depends on the weather or your enviroment. When it rains I only feed every 5-6 days. But I feed more often in the tent that has a heater. You must look at the plant and determine the optimum feeding schedule. If you water to little it is not a big issue your plant will recover in a few hours after watering. The first picture below is a plant that is over watered. These will now only be watered in 4-5 days. 1c8badbb996803f69f3294aea5d50fd2.jpg

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