Need a little more info friend. What is the ppm, what is the ph, what is the issue of any other then high ppm? Age of plant (veg or flower), nutrients (how much how often)? The more information you can give the better odds of helping resolve the issue.
Did a flush of the dirt before transplant PPM is at 1600. PH is 6.2 using reverse osmosis water 3 weeks into veg. I'm thinking that their amended nutrients in the fox farm Coco Loco is good enough and not feeding nutrients just osmosis pH water tell me. Is do I flush to get the ppm's down in the Coco Loco
@millermanagement2006 How does the plant look? The 1600 PPM is organic nutrients that need to be broken down by microbes first. As long as you're not seeing problems then you should be fine.
Unless you’re feeding synthetic nutes and the plant looks burned, no need to flush.
Can you show us a picture of the plant?