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Identifying and eliminating centipedes is a reasonably easy task that will prevent root damage to your young plants.
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Nitrogen is an essential element for photosynthesis and is also a key component when the amino acid proteins are developed. Be sure to spot any deficiencies and easily cure the problem.
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Tetranychidae mites are less than 0.5mm in length, prefer warm, dry conditions. They are easy to treat with garlic but can cause a lot of damage if left unchecked.
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Magnesium deficiency causes the plant leaves to yellow and curl at the edges. It can be prevented by keeping the temperature between 21 and 23 degrees, the pH between 6 and 7 and feeding the right amount of magnesium
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Slugs may not move fast but they can cause substantial damage to your plants in a short space of time. They love to eat as many leaves as possible and ultmately can destroy your growth.
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If your grow system is short of iron then problems will first appear at the top of the plant. The younger leaves will appear yellow and bleached with the veins remaining their usual green colour. If this becomes severe then the leaves can die off.
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Any plant growth system needs a good balance of nutrients for a strong foundation and a prosperous growth. It is essential to know from the outset what is required and what can go wrong if the ratios are not ideal.
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