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    Default Potassium, phosphorus or over nuting?

    Any ideas what this could be I'm thinking phosphorus def mostly at the bottom of the plant it's about a month and a half in flowering

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    Need a pic of the whole plant preferably mate, and give us some info on your medium, your feed, your ec, and your ph, of run off and feed if you can



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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    Need a pic of the whole plant preferably mate, and give us some info on your medium, your feed, your ec, and your ph, of run off and feed if you can
    Will do when I get home just left lol

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    Ok so tap water after it's been sitting for 48hrs or so nutes GH trio and some mirco nutes I just stopped Big Bud soil is promix
    Temps are 30c day 25c night RH stays from 20 to 35 its northern lights and had a mutation where the leafs curl inward thought it was fan burn but turned out it wasn't it was this mutation that's only on one side of the plant. It's about a month or month and a week in flowering no pests no nothing she was loving life until about a couple a days ago I noticed those brown spots last time she got any nutes was April 15th and before that April 2nd so I'm not really leaning on over feeding I'm thinking maybe under feeding.. Any ideas

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    Looks like heat or wind stress to me. Where's you fan? Does it oscillate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman View Post
    Looks like heat or wind stress to me. Where's you fan? Does it oscillate?

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    It's nowhere near it on the other side of the tent.. never been above 30c I don't know

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    Looks like PH to me.

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    Maybe a stupid question but are you using fresh ph calibration solution? I met a grower that was reusing the solution causing faulty calibration. Gotta make sure ph is where it needs to be before trying to find other problems.

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    Give it some feed , promix, has some feed in it, how old is the plant. My guess is you are outgrowing the feed that is in the soil at this stage.

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    Gona flush it today with some phd water check out the ph and ppm coming out and go from there.. Thanks guys

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    Turns out the ph and ppm were off ph was 5.6 ppm was at 350 so it was starved and the ph wasn't helping either. Flushed her out and gave her some nutes let see what happens now

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    Any way to get the RH up even a bit? if you could keep it 35 to 45 you should see the improvement. It really helps to get the whole atmosphere where they like them. I saw a big difference in plant happiness when I raised my RH with a humidifier. I keep a steady 45 these days. Happy growing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    Any way to get the RH up even a bit? if you could keep it 35 to 45 you should see the improvement. It really helps to get the whole atmosphere where they like them. I saw a big difference in plant happiness when I raised my RH with a humidifier. I keep a steady 45 these days. Happy growing.

    current coco / soil side by side http://www.thctalk.com/cannabis-foru...d.php?t=169492
    Kind a hard here in Canada especially when winter is at it.. during the winter months my rh didn't even have a number it just showed LL lol put a smell humidifier brought up to 20 30 couldn't get it higher then that tho..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geokom85 View Post
    Kind a hard here in Canada especially when winter is at it.. during the winter months my rh didn't even have a number it just showed LL lol put a smell humidifier brought up to 20 30 couldn't get it higher then that tho..
    Foliage feeding with a sprayer will help overcome the low RH of our cold country,



    It also take care of those nasty deficiencies ya see popping up. If ya look at my journal I have one light green plant. I was away, now that I'm back and spraying its perked right back up.

    Not only will it help the leaves it will raise the RH in the area. If even for a short while.


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    Don't try the other pump bottle this one is easy and fast, better mist as well.

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