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    Hey loki them plants rectified themselves ?


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    Ive come to the conclusion that feeding only high N ferts in veg ,can be catastropic in many cases . A good balanced worm casting tea Loki or Seeweed . As long as theres a tad N in the nutes like 1-2-3 is good , round maintenance feed . High N nutes always tip towards nitrogen toxicity and deff in others. Heck theres usuable N in the air we breathe and plants get most of it in that form along with co2 and O2 , a plant shouldnt be fed too much soluble N IMO .

    Since making my own fertilizers ,ive very seldomly ran into defficiency problems exept for Calmag when using r.o water with LED lamps in hydro .

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    Hey Trex, cheers for the information dude. I'll be flowering them out shortly, need to make room for some new stuff. Probably be getting rod of them tbh, I can get them all back in the future if I need them.

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    Evening all,

    Well, so far they still look like shite.









    I have been so busy these last few weeks, I've hardly had time to tend them properly. They were given a foliar spray, which consisted of 2ml per litre of cal/mag & the same of PK 13/14.

    It would seem that the problems are spreading to the Kalimans Cheese too. I don't really want to chop them down, but they are on a timer now. Some drastic measures may have to be taken.

    You can probably tell I'm depressed about losing them, I haven't even centered the pictures of words

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    Evening loki, iv seen this before but on much younger plants and my problem was not enough food.... what are you feeding them?

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    Shit eh , a few have definate PK defs .

    Overwatering also loki ,that clawing on a few them points to that ,your soil doesnt seem like it has much perlite for drainage ,roots cant breath without it ,soil is a bitch for that ,i mix my soil with 40/45% perlite now for better drainage and root expansion ,the balance peat and compost and a 10% worm casting give or take .

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    Quote Originally Posted by forever_TT_green View Post
    Evening loki, iv seen this before but on much younger plants and my problem was not enough food.... what are you feeding them?
    They got nothing for 3 weeks, I though the soil had enough feed in there. I was wrong, but they have been getting Bio Bizz Grow, with added Plant Magic Catalyst.

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    Shit eh , a few have definate PK defs .

    Overwatering also loki ,that clawing on a few them points to that ,your soil doesnt seem like it has much perlite for drainage ,roots cant breath without it ,soil is a bitch for that ,i mix my soil with 40/45% perlite now for better drainage and root expansion ,the balance peat and compost and a 10% worm casting give or take .

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    Hey Trex, the soil is pre bagged, it's called Oldtimers Plant Magic. Over watering could easily be happening, the soil is very hard when it dries out, it's also very slow to absorb water. But on the flip side, I'm not getting much runoff. I think I'll be chopping them, then taking a cut from each & re-root them in coco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    They got nothing for 3 weeks, I though the soil had enough feed in there. I was wrong, but they have been getting Bio Bizz Grow, with added Plant Magic Catalyst.
    Thats the problem then man, lack of food an all sorts of deficiencies
    If they was mine id pull all them dodgey leaves off and up the veg nutes, but i aint tell you wtf to do! Av seen your symmetrical scrogs lad lol 😂

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    I don't think that soil is much cop tbh
    The terra pro is the way to go in soil by
    All accounts atm by wot I've been seeing.

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    That's harsh buddy.

    I'd pot them up into bigger pots with verve multi and let them go in that. They should pick up in a week. Sack a few off if bigger pots leave less room.

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    PMSL Loki my kalmans look like shit 1st couple of weeks imto flowering and they look spot on tbh your diagnosis looks spot on so onwards and upwards fella, btw that agent orange and kalinsapple is banging, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forever_TT_green View Post
    Thats the problem then man, lack of food an all sorts of deficiencies
    If they was mine id pull all them dodgey leaves off and up the veg nutes, but i aint tell you wtf to do! Av seen your symmetrical scrogs lad lol ��
    LOL, you have seen them in coco
    I think I'm just going to take a cut & kill them off, start fresh in coco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    LOL, you have seen them in coco
    I think I'm just going to take a cut & kill them off, start fresh in coco.
    Mon the coco

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockhopper View Post
    Mon the coco

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    Hey Rocky, got to stick with what I know bro. Never had veg issues in coco. It's even started to spread now too.

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    Mon the coco

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    Quote Originally Posted by forever_TT_green View Post
    Mon the coco
    Hot Coco maybe ☕☕☕ lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Ive come to the conclusion that feeding only high N ferts in veg ,can be catastropic in many cases . A good balanced worm casting tea Loki or Seeweed . As long as theres a tad N in the nutes like 1-2-3 is good , round maintenance feed . High N nutes always tip towards nitrogen toxicity and deff in others. Heck theres usuable N in the air we breathe and plants get most of it in that form along with co2 and O2 , a plant shouldnt be fed too much soluble N IMO .

    Since making my own fertilizers ,ive very seldomly ran into defficiency problems exept for Calmag when using r.o water with LED lamps in hydro .

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    Don't forget the nitrogen on the air takes fixation mate, not gonna happen in a soil depleted of microbial life.
    Let's not forget different forms of nitrogen that can be taken up.
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    I checked my marijuana saver book Loki and this is what kinda looks close to the leaves to me,but not 100% sure. IMG_0293.jpg


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