I'm definitely a noob at growing anything. this is my first "test grow" to try getting a feel for how it's done. I transplanted a few pepper plants from a pot outside to an ebb and flow setup inside. I'm using the general hydroponics nutes, mixed mildly following the chart on the bottle, but with a little less gro and a little more micro. I saw a thread on here on a method of using no grow at all and extra micro, but I didn't want to go completely to that method on this test. at first, I was afraid to lower the ph to much lower then my tap water, but now I think 6 something is way to high for hydroponics. yesterday I lowered it to 5.5ph and I'm maintaining it at that. I also took out some nute water from the res bucket and added some fresh water so it's now about 50% of the original mild mix. it was only 2 days when they started showing bad signs of calcium deficiency. the leaves have brown spots all over them and a lot of the leaves have fallen off already. was it just because the ph was to high the first few days? will they recover, or should I try starting over with a few fresh transplants?