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  1. Hello fellow growers!` So i have a very frustrating problem and not sure how to fix it. So awhile back i had a cal mag def, so added cal mag to an ec of 0.4 as required, this worked sort of, as the plant has gotten older and bigger (still in veg) i gave more nutes as expected, she gets 10ml A and 10ML B of canna, 2.5ml of silicone, 10ml of rhizo, 4ml cal mag. This is good, but i kept noticing a nitrogen toxicity with this mix, then i noticed the NPK of the cal mag was 2-0-0 which is nitrogen, so i backed off the cal mag and gave it 2ml of cal mag, this helped with the nitrogen toxicity but now have a cal def! So stuck in a catch 22 here... temps are 29 with lights on, 25 lights off, i heard the higher temps cause her to drink more and use more nitrogen, could this be the issue? Thanks.
  2. Hello again fellow growers of the herbal world. Again i have a problem i require some advice, first time grower. Plant was growing perfectly well before i transplanted it. Nute mix as follows. 3ml A 3ml B CANNA, 0.4EC of cal mag (my tap water is 0.0 ec) 10ml rhizo all to 5 liters of water PH'd to 5.8 in this early stage, plant is 25 days old. Tight nodes, on its 5th. I have transplanted it into its final pot as the root system was growing so fast in the second transplant pot that it outgrew that pot in 6 days!! almost root bound so i had to get it out of there, amazing root ball for the size of the plant, all the roots where white, hairy and looked very very healthy indeed. I am growing in coco coir mixed with 30% perlite 10% vermiticlite. This is my own mix and so far its been fantastic, impossible to over water! This photo was taken 24 hours after the transplant, i notice one leaf 12 hours after and the next morning, 3 out of 4 leaves on the second node, these brown marks are ALL on the lower leaves right now, its a very early sign of "something" not sure what though, my first initial thought was CAL deficiency. I buffed the coco with my nute mix before i transplanted so it wasnt going into totally into a mix with no buffed nutes to feed on. And i did not change the nute mix, as its still very early to change it. total EC of all nutes is 0.7 and in the other pot it was LOVING the nute mix! Was growing very fast! So fellow growers, any help would be greatly appreciated! Like i said, this is 24 hours after transplant, would rather catch and fix it early before it spreads to new growth. Thanks! PS.. I need a role model to help me through the process of growing lol. Any takers? The people who take time to help others, those are the people that make this world a nice place to be in. Appreciation is not always shown for these individuals, but to all you wonderful people that help others. We appreciate it, and i certainly do.
  3. Hello again fellow growers of the herbal world. Again i have a problem i require some advice, first time grower. Plant was growing perfectly well before i transplanted it. Nute mix as follows. 3ml A 3ml B CANNA, 0.4EC of cal mag (my tap water is 0.0 ec) 10ml rhizo all to 5 liters of water PH'd to 5.8 in this early stage, plant is 25 days old. Tight nodes, on its 5th. I have transplanted it into its final pot as the root system was growing so fast in the second transplant pot that it outgrew that pot in 6 days!! almost root bound so i had to get it out of there, amazing root ball for the size of the plant, all the roots where white, hairy and looked very very healthy indeed. I am growing in coco coir mixed with 30% perlite 10% vermiticlite. This is my own mix and so far its been fantastic, impossible to over water! This photo was taken 24 hours after the transplant, i notice one leaf 12 hours after and the next morning, 3 out of 4 leaves on the second node, these brown marks are ALL on the lower leaves right now, its a very early sign of "something" not sure what though, my first initial thought was CAL deficiency. I buffed the coco with my nute mix before i transplanted so it wasnt going into totally into a mix with no buffed nutes to feed on. And i did not change the nute mix, as its still very early to change it. total EC of all nutes is 0.7 and in the other pot it was LOVING the nute mix! Was growing very fast! So fellow growers, any help would be greatly appreciated! Like i said, this is 24 hours after transplant, would rather catch and fix it early before it spreads to new growth. Thanks! PS.. I need a role model to help me through the process of growing lol. Any takers? The people who take time to help others, those are the people that make this world a nice place to be in. Appreciation is not always shown for these individuals, but to all you wonderful people that help others. We appreciate it, and i certainly do.
  4. So I've just entered into week 5 of flowering (only about 30-45 days left) and have noticed my a couple of my girls showing some mild cases of what I believe to be calcium deficiency: nothing severe, but I'm still a little anxious about it progressing. I've researched my areas water supply - turns out I'm living in one of the softest water areas in the country, ie, hardly any calcium etc. in the water supply. Some my think that's good, but from a growers perspective, not ideal in the slightest. I'm growing organically, using Plant Magic's Supreme Soil along with their Old Timer Organic Nutrients (Their formula has recently been changed in include additional Ca+Mg) I believe this is helping, but I'm still seeing signs of Calcium deficiency. I've researched using regular cal-mag, but apparently that is a BIG-NO for organic grows, as it would destroy the beneficial bacteria in the soil, which is of paramount importance to the health of the plant and the whole point of growing organic. I'm aware of Dolomite Lime as a natural way to boost Ca & Mg, but that requires mixing it into the soil before planting and/or potting up, and with monster plants only 4-5 weeks before harvest, that simply isn't an option. So my question being; is there an Organic Cal-Mag solution that one can add to the nutrient mix? Thank you.