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Subutai

What is happening

Hi guys my third post here so please be gentle.

Got 4 babys starting and i am getting some problems already with them.

 

Got some clones off a friend of mine last week, they were just in little pots not much bigger than a mug.

They were just starting to show the symptons of what they are like now.

Over the weekend they started to get worse.

Just repotted them in some bigger pots (5 litres) using Biobizz All-mix as i thought they may be getting pot bound.

 

One of them seems to have a strange blistering on the leaves

 

Gave them a light watering when i first got them and immediately after repotting them, no nutes added to the water, say 3 days between watering and used approx 500ml water for all 4 plants

Temps seem fine 20.C overnight and 25.C during day.

Using a 300w CFL light for now.

 

The soil still looks wet after more than 24 hours so i am thinking have i over watered them?

 

Btw, i saw some little brown flecks on some of the leaves, but once i had a proper look, its just specks of the compost that got on the leaves during repotting

 

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Lower leaf clawing and brown tip

 

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Strange blistering on edge of the green leaves

 

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Close up of the blistering (above)

 

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Last 2 pics are of same plant

 

 

 

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looks like they are cutting from a flowering plant, think you need give them time to reveg

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You would know if they where root bound. Did you see the roots coiling round the pot? See nothing but roots in a pot shape?Roots poking out of the drainage holes?

 

Have they grown since you got them?

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Kipper420 said:

You would know if they where root bound. Did you see the roots coiling round the pot? See nothing but roots in a pot shape?Roots poking out of the drainage holes?

 

Have they grown since you got them?

 

 

 

 

The larger one had roots at the bottom of the first pot, but i wouldnt say it was excessive tbh. deffo no coiling

The rest, i could see the odd root along the side of the soil but that was it

Yes they have grown since i got them

 

2 hours ago, hash72 said:

looks like they are cutting from a flowering plant, think you need give them time to reveg

 

I will ask my mate about it, they currently under lights 20/4

 

Could it be nute burn or a deficiency of some sort?

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Need a dose of fish mix or something suitable... They look hungry... :yinyang:

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I agree that they look hungry but I wouldn't feed them if you've just potted into Allmix.  It might take a little while to get working but it will keep the plant in feed for a number of weeks.

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7 hours ago, JJJ said:

I agree that they look hungry but I wouldn't feed them if you've just potted into Allmix.  It might take a little while to get working but it will keep the plant in feed for a number of weeks.

 

That's what I was thinking, iirc Allmix should be ok for about 3 weeks.

 

So nothing serious?

Hopefully now there in Allmix they should improve.

Should I remove the yellow leaves?

 

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45 minutes ago, Subutai said:

 

That's what I was thinking, iirc Allmix should be ok for about 3 weeks.

 

So nothing serious?

Hopefully now there in Allmix they should improve.

Should I remove the yellow leaves?

 

The plant will shed them when it's ready to.

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3 hours ago, JJJ said:

The plant will shed them when it's ready to.

Thx for your help

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Those are cuttings from a flowering plant. It looks like the mum was in thhe early stages. Cuts taken at that time will take time to revert back to a veg state. This could take 4 to 6 weeks. The plant will eventually drop the original leaves and replace them with nice 5 or 7 fingered leaves. You just need to be patient, my friend and everything will be fine!

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