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Hey man, just wanted to know if it’s possible to just ride out a slight potassium excess causing nutrient lockout. I had a K deficiency and assumed it was because my plant was hungry, so I added potassium sulfate to my organic soil to give it a boost. When transplanting to the final pot I noticed my roots looked like the were wet for too long. The K deficiency was caused by overwatering. Any ideas on what could be done, if anything should be done?