Welcome to UK420

Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to contribute to this site by submitting your own content or replying to existing content. You'll be able to customize your profile, receive reputation points as a reward for submitting content, while also communicating with other members via your own private inbox, plus much more!

This message will be removed once you have signed in.


Search the Community: Showing results for tags 'curling'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Welcome to UK420
    • New Members
  • Cultivation
    • Strain Base
    • Breeders Help Desks
    • Compost and Pots
    • Hydroponics
    • Outdoor Growing
    • Propagation, Cloning and Mother Plants
    • Auto Flowering
    • Growroom Design
    • Problem Solver
    • Harvesting and Processing
    • Grow Diaries
    • Cream Of The Crop
  • Cannabis Culture
    • News, Views and Politics
    • Medicinal Cannabis
    • Smokers Lounge
    • Uk420 Competitions
  • Sponsor Support
    • One Tree Horticulture
    • Intense Nutrients
    • Vapefiend - The Vaporizer Specialists
    • DIY LED UK

Calendars

  • Community Calendar

Found 8 results

  1. Hi Guys thanks for accepting me, Im about 10 days into my first indoor. So far so good but today i have noticed just one seedling (closest to tent door) the first set of leaves are slightly curling. Is this something i should be worrying about? Rest of plants are doing fine one is 10 days in (about 5inches) other 3 (including curly watts) are about 6 or 7 days in (3/4 inches) Current set up is: 2 x Auto Orange sour kush 2 x Auto Big bang critical Compact Automatoc dripper system set to 15 second drip every 6 hrs. 1.2x1.2x2m tent 6" carbo air 5" RVK and stepdown Euro canopy 125w cfl (switching over to digi ballast and hps at 14 days?) 6" circ fan 1000w fan heater running on 26c thermostat. Veg Feed is chemgen a & b + Terpinator Flower feed will be all above plus chemgen flowerbomb and venom. Would greatly appreciate any advice in mrs curly and or set up advice.
  2. Hi all,i've looked at quite a few "problem with plants" threads,also some picture charts to try and diagnose my plants problems,butyou cant beat someone with knowledge giving their opinions.I've posted a couple of pics of the plant in the hope someone could give me some pointers.Some details:Candy Cream grown from seedJ.Arthur Bowers multipurpose compost (i've added a little coir and perlite)6 weeks oldonly water,no added nutesseaweed foliar spray twice a week for the past 3 weeksrepotted onceroots looked healthy when repotted 2 weeks agoadded mycorrhizal funghiunder 600 watt hps at 40 inch distance18 on,6 offIf any more details are needed,just ask (i feel sure i wil have missed some important points out)Thank's for looking.
  3. Morning all, first time grow and up til now ran very smoothly. first of all: growers choice from seed - silver grape sherbert 60/40 mix clay pebble base Under 2x 600w HPS night temp 23dWhere’s - daytime 30degrees fed on Canna products (although I monged it massively) and was feeding them 10% of all nutrients as I was going per 100ltr instead of 10 ltr anyhow 3/4 weeks into flowering and although throughout have always been a ripe yellow / green colour , looked healthy and strong. Some of the top leaves started curling , at this point I realised I wasn’t feeding them enough nutrients, so upped it to about 50% of recommended (so I didn’t shock them) then 75%. (Chugging about 2.5ltr’s every other day) come in today and another plant is now curling massively. anyone have any ideas ?? im thinking too warm , too much nutes / shock (although curling started before I give them a boost in nutrients) this is the top 3rd of the plant and bottom doesn’t look bad to be fair. I’ve planned another week then 2 week straight water and cut down but at this rate I don’t know how Much longer they will last.
  4. Can someone help with what this may be? some of my leaves look very strange, almost look like they’re being eaten but no signs of pests at all! They have done two weeks seedlings, now into 2nd week veg.
  5. Hello everyone, i have two plants two weeks into flower... a gelato 33 which is doing just fine!!! and a green ninja which has started showing some signs of a problem that I need some advice on please. the ninja’s leaves started to curl down at the tips which I noticed this morning...upon checking them tonight the leaves are completely curling down...I thought it could be one of two things, and thought peeps on here might be able to help me pretty please... basically my ph pen died yesterday! It won’t calibrate anymore so I think the readings are completely off! (I’ve ordered a new one and will be here by Sunday). This morning I had to reluctantly guestimate my water ph as my ninja was in desperate need of water...so I’m thinking incorrect water ph may be causing leaves to curl down.... OR... the plants a bushy beast! In a 3 gallon pot and I can see fair amount of roots underneath via the drainage holes...so thought it might possibly be root bound?? Temps are constantly 26-27 degrees Celsius with lights on....21.5-23 degrees Celsius lights off...with a tower fan and clip on fan moving air around so I don’t think it’s heat stress.... Advice massively appreciated!!!!!
  6. green ninja

    From the album n

    2 weeks into flower...curling leaves
  7. From the album Shortie's 1st Coco

    Leaf tips curling down very slightly and only right at the end. More on left plant (Strawberry Blue). Only a couple of leaves affected on right plant (Blueberry Gum)
  8. Ok so yesterday I hit a problem. My cuttings started to claw I'll give youse a quick bit on info so you can help diagnose. I was given 5 cuttings under the promise they were rooted. So they've been sitting on my windowsill ( lack of equipment). I don't know what soil they were in, but yesterday I covered the top layer with bio bizz soil just to cover the little bits of the jiffy that were exposed. After that I watered them. However they are in my kitchen, and yesterday I was cooking dinner and went back into my kitchen to notice how sweltering the heat was in there. So I opened the windows and put on my extractor fan ( weak kitchen one). But by that time they had started to claw up like a nitrogen toxicity. They're looking less clawed this morning but are still clawed and a couple of the other leaves have started to claw. Sorry about the poor quality pictures it's because I had to reduce the size of them to post them...