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I have two plants that have survived some nasty pythium, but they look ok but they are in only 5.9-6.1 ph pure water with some hygrozyme. I washed out the roots last night with a good bath in 3% h202 and they look clean today, but I don't know how soon to add nutes back into the bucket. They got it in the very last week or weeks of flowering and I had to harvest a lot early.
So basically they are in a bucket with hygrozyme and lots of fast moving bubbled water at about 6 ph. Anyone know when I should started giving them nutes again? The leaves on my blue mystic are pretty stable but slightly yellow at the moment. I've read wait like 3 days to add nutes but that sounds like they could starve by then?