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It's not common in these questions, but you might be under watering. You say you use a moisture metre. Those are not accurate. That is why you are feeling and seeing something different than what it is telling you. Throw out your moisture metre. Use a bamboo skewer instead. Insert the skewer into the soil. Wait about 30 mins. Pull it out and check ...


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Leaf tip burn like that, when your feeding it hydroponically, Is 99% of the time going to be a nutrient issue. It could also be a ph issue, but its more likely your overfeeding it, causing a nutrient lock. Thats why your also seeing signs of deficiency, even though its over fed. It doesn't matter what line of nutes your using, all companys recommended ...


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I also suspect that the cause is over watering and its evident from looking at that layer of algae that has formed way below at the base of the trunk. Soil that stays wet for too long invites algae which usually subsides when the soil is allowed to dry but however in your case, it may be a little too late cause the plant appears to be on the verge of dying. ...


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It is a watering issue. First I will discuss cause, then about way you might be able to save your plant. Both under watering and over watering, have curled leaves when the leaves are completely dead. In the case of under watering the plant dried out. The leaves being the thinnest part of the plant will die the quickest. It would be losing water in two ...


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You usually graft from an existing, fruit-producing tree onto rootstock. You don't typically graft a seed-grown tree onto another seed-grown tree. Grafting "budwood" from a producing tree onto rootstock provides two benefits: 1) the new tree immediately starts producing fruit, thereby skipping the 3 to 7 year juvenile stage where the tree does not produce ...


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Since these are fruit trees the crop will likely be heavy; this means there will be a tendency for any lean to get worse over time due to unbalanced gravity effects unless something corrective happens. The trees are a long term investment, so zero lean in any direction is preferred. As the lean gets worse, which it will over time unless corrected, the more ...


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You'd be best off planting them asap, but if the ground's not prepared you obviously can't. Either way, depending where you are in the UK and how bad this winter is, you should get them planted this winter because now is the time to plant bare root rather than waiting till spring, that way they've got time to settle in before it gets dry in spring/summer. ...


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Bonjour ! Je reconnais bien la 'pomme de Revel' (Revel = Tallinn) En Estonnie son nom est 'Valge Klaar' En France le nom officiel et 'Transparente blanche' mais il est rarement utilisé ! Bonne tartes mais c'est mieux en compote ! Denis-Jacques Chevalier English: I recognize the' apple of Revel '(Revel = Tallinn) in Estonnie its name is' Valge Klaar 'in ...


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