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bruvnic

Nearly done but still lush green foliage

My auto gelatos are looking close to being done,  like 1 or 2 amber heads hear and their,     Thing is theirs no sign of the foliage autumning off,  it’s all still lush green 

 

I guess this could be normal with autos due to them not living long enough to really eat all the nutrition in my soil before they start eating themselves?  

 

Cheers  

 

 

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Aye 

 

No question.

 

 

lol 

 

peace

 

lil d.    :skin_up:

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Its how photos should finish as well dude, letting them starve themselves and go yellow over the last few week in organics is crazy, I used to do that and since I keep them green till the end they swell up a lot more in the fibnal weeks.

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I kept getting this in my grows and thought i was doing something wrong, always lush green in veg, then about a week after flip slowly yellowing from bottom up, i wondered if this was not enough food? as i always worry about nute burn and err on the side of cation.

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@GeneralDark Yeah that sounds like a classic nitrogen deficiency. Plants still need good amounts of N after the flip. Definitely recommend fishmix for that if you're not already using it. If you already are, just try using a little more.....assuming you're in soil.

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