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Nazzle

Whats wrong with my auto?

What's wrong with my Auto?

 

The leaves are going yellow at the end and curling up.

 

This is my first grow so new to this.

 

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What compost is it in? What lights are you using? have you given any nutrients? 

What have temperatures been like? How old is it?

my first guess is the soil is too hot but if you can answer the above it’ll give more clues.

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Just now, Rick Grimes said:

What compost is it in? What lights are you using? have you given any nutrients? 

What temperatures? How old is it?

my first guess is the soil is too hot but if you can answer the above it’ll give more clues.

 

 Compost is a soil called Plant magic

natural light

no nutrients as the soil has enough

room temp

an its about 3 weeks old

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Plant magic soil is usually reasonable stuff so shouldn’t be that.

Too cold and not enough light are next likely culprits. Root temperature doesn’t want to go below 20c if possible.

Are you planning on planting it outside? 

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Just now, Rick Grimes said:

Plant magic soil is usually reasonable stuff so shouldn’t be that.

Too cold and not enough light are next likely culprits. Root temperature doesn’t want to go below 20c if possible.

Are you planning on planting it outside? 

 

Okay il put the plant somewhere warmer and get it a light.

 

Yeah I do want to put it outside once it gets to a decent size and is out of the juvenile stage.

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A 3 week auto should be several times that size and maybe 4 nodes, that thing might not recover so it might be worth getting some more on the go.

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