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My buddy just stated a bunch of plants, and started them with too much nutrients and now it's causing what I believe to be known as "root burn" or something along those lines. Can you guys help me lead him in the right direction on what needs to be done
pics would help, but also more info would be helpful. how old, what growing medium are they in? when u say just start like a couple weeks ago? or more then a month? cause if they are only a couple week and put in soil like say fox farm that has enough nuits for a month or so for starting plants then feeds them on say week too then yah your going to cook those girls big time.
First you said too much nutes then you said not enough lol. I'd make sure before You do anything. You need to test the ph for sure! Plants only need moisture and temps to start from seed. When they are little seedlings you shouldn't have to add nutes for at least 2-3 weeks or so. If your soil is depleted of nutes I would just water with a diluted nute solution (I use General hydroponics). Organic is the way to go so worn casting and bat guano are both great! I personally LOVE using worm castings. Also it's damn hard to burn plants with organics if done properly. To be more specific we would need pics/more info. There is a questionnaire in the doctors section.