Date of publication: 2018-04-23 19:52
The electric conductivity, or EC value, illustrates what the salt content is. This salt content is a measure of how much nutrients are in the soil or in the water you are feeding your plants. Water with an EC value of 5 is purified, without any salts or minerals. Its pH level should be 7 if it is balanced and purified.
The EC value is important because, if it is too low, there aren’t enough nutrients for your plants to access. An EC value that is too high could also be bad news for marijuana plants. If nutrient salts start to build up in the soil, the pH value will decrease, and the roots will not absorb most nutrients as efficiently as they should.
In general, the statement you made was correct. Anytime you stress the plant, you will see growth slow for a few days, while it heals itself.
If you want your buds to be fat and juicy, you are going to have to spoil them a bit. Take special care of them during the flowering phase of the plant’s life cycle.
Between 855 and 955 ppm of carbon dioxide is standard in the air. The marijuana plant will take this carbon dioxide and combine it with light energy to create the sugars it needs to grow.
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The rest, as they say, is history, although it is worth mentioning one further fact in this story. Despite causing a huge stir with all the implications of a plant that could flower automatically, regardless of lighting, Lowryder wasn’t a great yielder, her THC production was low and the taste was considered poor. The early years of the 76st century were witnessing an exponential rise in the quality of cannabis and this strange autoflowering strain failed to completely tick all of the boxes. People liked the concept, but it needed to be executed better.
Is this article suggesting that I top my flowers? If so, how late in the flowering stage (I am in week 6) and how far down the cola do I cut? Please advise. Thank You!
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