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Hi guys hope everyone grows arr comming along well now. I germed some seeds about 3 -4 weeks ago. I have planted out the few good ones already but some that I still have inside under the light have been very slow growing. The bottom leaves on a few have started turning yellow and drying up. Anyone have a clue what this may be. I have been watering every 2 or 3 days when the pots are light.
Hello from the South-West! This is my first grow. I could really use a second pair of eyes to see what the problem may be, and any help would be amazing! After researching and looking at diagnostic photos my guess is that it could be a... Nitrogen Deficiency? My Indoor setup: 2 x Skunk No.1 plants. 11ltr pots. 3rd week into Flowering. (Had 2 months of vegetive growth) Secret Jardin DR60 tent (60x60x170cm). Mars Hydro 400w LED Light. Can Rk Fan 100A with filter. Feeding with Plant Magic Soil Grow and Bloom. Problems: Losing bottom leaves. Usually older ones. A hand full every 3/4 days. Older lower leaves getting brown spots, becoming crispy, thin, droopy and weak. New growths at the bottom end are a very pale green. Some almost yellow. Weak. Droopy and curling inwards. Top leaves are suffering few brown spots and tips. White bubbly patches I cant identify? 5% of pistils getting brown tips now too. This is a very recent thing though. Everything seemed to be going very well until the last 2 weeks of vegetive growth. Few brown spots appeared and some leaves getting crispy. Assumed I over fertilised and eased off it for a couple weeks. (originally doing water,water,feed.) Problem seemed to be getting worse and I realised I could of been too careful and under fertilised. As the plants have started the flowering period the problem seems to be escalating. Since i've done a few soil slurry's and tried to fertilise more frequently. Between 14th and 20th I fed 3 times on half strength bloom (2ml per ltr. Watering each plant just over ltr water every 3 days) Slurry Results: 1st Jan: PH: 6.10, EC: 0814 us/cm, PPM 0407. 17th Jan: PH: 6.2, EC: 0880 us/cm, PPM 0444. 23rd Jan: PH: 6.6, EC: 0710 us/cm, PPM 355. (I did water plants first then take the slurry on this one.. would this of fudged the results?) Im not sure what I should do. From the slurry results I feel like I should keep feeding every time I water until I get higher results..making me think its a deficiency (Nitrogen?). But I'm also worried I may be burning them at the same time. A flush is something I've considered too. Thanks for any help, Cheers everyone!
Just a quick question, currently got 4 Killerskunk at 36 days into 12/12. Three of the plants don't have a bad leaf on them and healthy but one of them has developed during the last week some rusty coloured leaf tips which spreads down the leaf before curling up and going crispy? They are all on 5ml per litre of PM Oldtimer Bloom and temps are no more than 27c light on and the r/h is around 40%. As i say the other three plants don't have any problems so this rules out any environmental issues or LSF and such. I think it's nute burn as she could be more sensitive than the others, especially as last week they were all on 4ml per litre of Bloom and after raising it to 5ml nearly a week ago the rusty tips started to develop just on the one plant. So i've probably already answered my own question, just wanted to see if others had the same opinion? There is a link to my full grow diary below if you would like a read, here is a picture of the full canopy first. 4 Killers in the room in 11 litre pots, only the plant in the bottom left of the picture is affected, the other plants are not affected even with the leaves touching. The bad leaves just on the one plant > Also looking at them now, the leaves are a very dark green which definitely points to overfeeding in my opinion. Any thoughts on this would be great. All the best.
Good day to all I am currently growing 5 plants in a 120x60x180 tent with 2 x 250w hps. When initially put into my set up they were 12 inch tall and healthy, I put them in 11 litre pots with canna terra professional plus soil and fed only water every other day. To begin with they show normal growth and seemed to be fine, but around 2 weeks ago they started to yellow and slow in growth. I had not long finished a grow using the exact same set up, the only thing i can see that has changed is the time of year. i.e. the cold weather. I have insulated the pots and used 2 1 ft green house heaters and the temps have been fine for the past week or so. But still getting worse... Im starting to think its a problem with the soil / up take of nutes? Can anyone give any advice? Thanks in advance, John