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Bushmat

Leaf diagnosis

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Guys,

 

could any of you diagnose the leaf I’ve attached?

 

The leaf is from about half way down the plant and none of the leafs above it have these symptoms.

The tips look slightly burnt 

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Looks like Minor nutrient burn. Odd it was just that one leaf.

 

I wouldn't be worried rest of the leaf looks great.

 

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Are you in a soft water area? 

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Back off the feed. Stop pulling leaves. 

 

 

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I'm currently in week 3 of flower and have given them 2 feeds with 4mm of canna PK to 10ltr of water! I read somewhere to do this until flush. I've only been feeding them half the canna recommended dose of A&B plus canna Boost! 

Do you think this may have caused it? 

Canna advise to give them 15mm to 10ltr of PK in weeks 5&6. 

 

What is the best way to introduce PK? I'm growing in coco! 

 

Thanks

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14 hours ago, Oldbear said:

Are you in a soft water area? 

How do I determine that!

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2 minutes ago, Bushmat said:

 

What is the best way to introduce PK? I'm growing in coco! 

Point to the door and ask it to make its own way out. 

 

2 minutes ago, Bushmat said:

How do I determine that!

You got an ec pen? You need one for coco. Check your water ec from the tap. 

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2 minutes ago, Bushmat said:

How do I determine that!

Check your water supplier website for quality report. It will tell you what your calcium, magnesium, pH  and hardness 

 

:yep:

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10 minutes ago, FatBoy77 said:

Point to the door and ask it to make its own way out. I'll pass the message on....

 

You got an ec pen? You need one for coco. Check your water ec from the tap.its about 7.0  

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Oldbear said:

Check your water supplier website for quality report. It will tell you what your calcium, magnesium, pH  and hardness 

 

:yep:

What am I looking to achieve once I've looked? 

 

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@Bushmat I doubt it's seven man, you might mean pH? My water is 8+ph is so is more than likely harder than yours. My tap water ec is 0.5, so moderately hard. 

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2 minutes ago, FatBoy77 said:

@Bushmat I doubt it's seven man, you might mean pH? My water is 8+ph is so is more than likely harder than yours. My tap water ec is 0.5, so moderately hard. 

Yeah you're right!

I haven't got a ec tester? Not sure what they are! 

I'll have a look into it now.

what am I looking to achieve? How do you adjust it?

 

what are the affects of not getting it right? 

 

Appreciate the feedback guys :thumsup:

 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Bushmat said:

Yeah you're right!

I haven't got a ec tester? Not sure what they are! 

I'll have a look into it now.

what am I looking to achieve? How do you adjust it?

 

what are the affects of not getting it right? 

 

Appreciate the feedback guys :thumsup:

Okay dude, you need to do some reading. Find a few diaries using coco or dig in to the coco thread. Then ask questions. 

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25 minutes ago, Bushmat said:

What am I looking to achieve once I've looked? 

 

You want a ratio of 3.5 : 1 of cal : mg

Anything over 150ppm cal is hard

Under 100ppm is soft and you'll get deficiencies unless adressed. 

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Thanks..

 

I'll Be Back!!! :george:

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