Doing a lil reading this am on PH.. found this tidbit. Note the part that mentions inaccuracy when colored from your nute's. Quote: A liquid based pH test kit is another popular option. This is one of the most popular methods, as it is a bit more accurate than the paper test strip method. To use a liquid test kit, simply add a few drops of pH sensitive dye to a small vial with containing your nutrient solution. The color of the nutrient solution will change, which you will then compare to a color chart to determine the pH level. Like the test strip method, I don’t recommend using the liquid method if the color of your nutrient solution has changed because of your nutrients. My Root's Organics Buddha Grow/Bloom both darken the water, the grow moreso. It's a muddy brown color. My question is how much could the PH be off because of the added color from my nute solution. Should i adjust.. and which way?