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Hydro Problem

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did u break the base where the roots are?? did u super clean the pump, tubes and other attachments in bleach and soap?? I am fanatical about cleanliness especially when dealin with water.. I'd recommed black buckets instead of white.. what i would do is first find out if she broke and if she did, I been able to get em to come back alive and root by putting them into soil (fox farm with Bat Guano & Earth Worm Castings) and feeding it a light grow food plus clonex solution and roots accelerator for about a month.. If wanting to keep it in ur hydro bucket then I'd super clean it.. followed by a three times the amount of clonex then suggested as well as a light feed like jungle juice or my fav. General Hydroponics Gro Pro..

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I would, if you havent already, get that plant out of the tank, clean your tank again, add new RO water, check your numbers, ADD Great White. any hydro store has it,, 27.99 ish read what to do and add that to yor water.. hope for the best.

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Thanks for the help. I rinsed the roots well and am running plain water for awhile. It seems to have perked up a little. I'll check it in the morning and if it looks better then I'll probably prune some of the larger leaves to give it a better root to leaf ratio.


I was going to put this one in flower in a week or two so that will be postponed for awhile. The other three are in the same room, identical buckets and same nute solution. They're all fine fortunately.

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