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Old May 15, 2019   #16
SeanInVa
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you can try flushing the fertilizer away. Three times the container volume in water with a very mild dose of fertilizer included. Flushing with just plain water will result in removing most if not all nutrients and might send you in the other direction to the extreme.

Might be worth a shot with a few of them to see if there is improvement.
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Old May 16, 2019   #17
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Funny, that is exactly what I did this afternoon, doused them with water to flush out. We'll see if if it's not too late.

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