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  • No3odiesShad0w
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    Going2fast honestly not too worried about some nutrient burn. It was to be expected. I'm going to be in the lookout for any other problems. Cal/Mag may still be an issue idk

    Trying to follow everything to a T. From the soil variety to the temp, to the humidity, light distance, duration,. Idk what i could be doing different or better than i currently am. If there is I'm open to any suggestions. The cancer costs are killing me faster than the cancer and it would be really nice to just not have to buy overpriced dispensary shit because this is one of the few meds that helps tremendously. It's why i still have motivation to get up in the mornings

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  • No3odiesShad0w
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    I think my issue might be underwatering. The soil is so nutrient rich that I'm getting burns on some leaves. Can't think of anything else. I mean THIS site is the one that recommended the soil. I've been following everything to a T. Even buy damn water and pH test it to make sure it's all 6.5 +/- .1. Lights i moved to 18in instead of 16in as recommended by Spider Farmer. Idk what else i can do different.

  • Going2fast
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    Well there you go.

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  • No3odiesShad0w
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    I don't add anything. It's whatever is in the organic soil. It is nutrient rich and it does say young plants may get nutrient burn.

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  • Going2fast
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    Why are you burning these plants. Can't look at a pic and see if it's over or under watered but they look like they have way too much nutes early.

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  • No3odiesShad0w
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    Granted now the plants are blooming, it's starting to smell lovely in there. Almost can't smell the bag of poop soil in the corner 😂

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  • No3odiesShad0w
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    Which looks wet? No egg smell or ammonia.... Just smells like poop in dirt.

  • No3odiesShad0w
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    https://www.natureslivingsoil.com/faq

    Take a look yourselves. The smell is normal....i just mentioned it because like the good compost i use for my yard..... That shit stinky stinky but it does wonders. And again super sensitive nose.

    But the soil in the plants doesn't stink. It's just the "aroma" from the unused portion that I'm smelling. Says to store the bag open in a cool dark spot. I can still smell the poop from there 😂😂. The nose is a blessing and a curse

    So i apologize for the confusion but the soil from the plants doesn't smell any worse or different than the way it should smell

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  • No3odiesShad0w
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    SoOrbudgal no no it's def not overwatering.... My plants were limp today because i think I'm underwatering. Soil was dry dry. Second no offense at all. I appreciate any advice. I'm no pro at this. The smell of the soil is normal. Even when you look at the FAQ it's one of the main questions. The soil my plants are in doesn't stink per say. The unused portion of the Nature's Living Soil that's still in the bag smells just as bad...... But i mean if you use horse manure it's gonna smell like horse..... This soil uses all kinds of fungus and poop so i never smelled poop that smells good before 😂😂

    The ammonia smell and the anaerobic bacteria is also addressed on the FAQ and again it's normal. I just have a super super sensitive nose.

    I'm curious though. Which ones looks wet? I know the cuttings have wet soil because well rooting still. The ones blooming. I'm super careful with the watering because i read everywhere it's a problem with organic growing. So i have a soil probe to check moisture.

    ​​​​​​​The plants aren't showing any issues besides the 1 because i under watered it and i guess too nutrient rich? But those are old leaves that only have 3 fingers. Any new ones look fine.....

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Sorry if the comment offends anyone, i don't play games here when it comes to growing strong healthy plants

  • HighDesertGanjaFarmer
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    I agree looks way to wet .....

  • UndergroundFarmer
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    I thought so too. Overwatered organic soil goes anaerobic and the bad bacteria give off hydrogen sulfide gas and it smells like a rotten egg!

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Those look like rotting in the soil overwatered stinking soil

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  • No3odiesShad0w
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    Ckbrew oh yeah it's the soil. When i opened the bag for the first time.... The smell that came out of there..... Wooooo and i have a nose of a bloodhound so that shit knocked me up side the head. My friend and i had to run to the window lol. Once mixed with the regular soil is not terrible, but you still get that fishy funky smell. The product site says it's normal, customer reviews say it's normal and the girls look amazing.... Better than any other grow... Incredibly pleased with it, but this nose doesn't lie. I smell it instantly when i walk into the room.

    On the plus side the plants are blooming. Soon the room is going to smell AMAZING. Also -12C. (14F) not bringing anything outside lolol

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  • Ckbrew
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    Looking good. About the stink, are you sure it is the soil and not the plants? I had a hydro grow that I would have sworn that I had a bacteria problem due to the stench. I moved the plants outside for some real sunshine and the stench moved with them.

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