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So a old friend hooked me up with a bunch of clones and lights, told me to wait till the clones get roots and transfer them to another pot, then get coco a coco b and rhizo for nuits, but after awhile the pots turned mossy and leaves look a burnt. Did i over water or over nutrients them? Is this game over for me?
Get a cheap EC meter and a nicer pH pen (apera makes a good one) and feed at 1.6 EC or less and a ph of 5.8-6.2, assuming you put them in coco or coco/perlite. Also feed to 10% runoff, feed every watering, and keep the pots small if my assumption is correct.
You'll want to read up on the different growing methods, and pick one to follow. It's easier to find a good thread on coco growing, or organics, or whatever, than it is to find someone willing to spoon feed you all the answers, as there is a lot to it and the methods are very different.
Bruce Bugbee has some good videos on growing in general that you might want to check out.
Thanks yeah im starting to realized im missing a lot of equipment. He showed me his tek to start it, but everything got to busy, now im just trying to figure things out. Ill will def get those two plus a humidifier reader. Damn im slackin, sorry to disrespect the community with my noob ass.
It's no disrespect, everyone was a noob at one point. Many people choose to stay noobs, in my opinion you will only succeed as a grower if you are constantly learning and working to improve your craft; not everyone has the growth mentality.
More then likely it is too much fert or it is rootbound and starving for water. Bugs will do that as well, yellowing leaves could be from too close to a light source also. I grew for about 8 years and never really did anything as far as PH. @spirit_shadow, very tasty trees my friend!