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      I have a few Hashberry plants in veg from Mandala Mike's seedbank. I started these plants in a mix that was too hot. I got rid of the hydroton clay and found a layer of what looked like pure salt. No kidding, it looked like someone took the lid off the salt shaker, and poured salt around the plant. This layer of salt/crust was at least 1/8 in. thick.
      The mistake was I dashed out the soil from the hermie plants that I killed, into the container I had for fresh soil.
      So I transplanted my little girls into a mix that made tham turn yellow and get purple stems.
      I found Mike on a diff. fourm, and was advised to transplant into a soil/worm castings mix and loose the hydroton clay on top of the dirt.
      After following his advice, I'm proud to say, my plants are fully recovered after just a few days.
      I am surprised that anything could live in the soil I had these plants in. I had the hermies in week 6 of flower, and gave em big bud, and overdrive. The runoff ph was 5.6 and this didn't sit well with my plants in veg.
      I will post new pics soon.
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