Hi all me again and my problems ?♂️?my Northern cheese haze is coming into flower and I can already see some red starting to come through on the stems and branches. I believe this to be magnesium deficiency because of using LED and her coming into flower. Doing a bit of research Epsom salts is the way to go. As macky has already told me, again ?♂️ I have some and plan to use it instead of the cal/mag I bought as I think its the better organic alternative, but how to use it? Some people say spray and some add to the water just wondering who does what on here and how much should I be adding water? Some say 1 tablespoon per gallon and others 2. Any help really appreciated ??✌️
I use about half a teaspoon per litre mate. Ill get a cup ( bout 250ml) of warm water, dissolve the half teaspoon in to, then add the cup to 750ml cold water and itll balance the temps and the concentration just right.
Then, take your plants out the tent, or raise the light right to the top. and spray the plants all of the leaves, but not do much that they are dripping, they only need a fine misting mate.
LEt the dry by applying a fan to them for half hour or so, and put them back under lights.
You'll see them green up again within a few days
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