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    Ok, 29 day old Auto AK, 15l growbag, miracle-gro all purpose compost, 300w LED full spectrum light.temp is usually between 20-23 'C,RH 40ish most of the time. Apart from once,( about a week and a half ago, 0.5ml of biobizz grow in a litre of water,) ive only ever watered it,(every 2-3 days,i do the ''to the knuckle test'') so no other nutes. I noticed today some of the leaves from the new shoots are starting to curl downwards and the tips have turned yellow on a few of them.Sorry for the shyte pics. any advice welcomed. y1.jpg y2.jpg y3.jpg

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    Ive read a couple of articles and Im guessing it is Nitrogen Toxicity because of the Miracle-gro soil being ''too hot?'' So,as thankfully I havnt been adding any nutes, should i just water it a little more heavily until a couple of weeks of flowering then slowly start adding old timers bloom?

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    my eyes are fuked + i cant see summit that small give us a bigger picture bach like.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Beefheart View Post
    my eyes are fuked + i cant see summit that small give us a bigger picture bach like.
    Sorry,my phone has a shyte camera. I read an article on here called something like, ''the ultimate guide to problems'' and he wrote about Nitrogen Toxicity and it explained my plants problems spot on, the yellow tips and ''the claw'' also on some of the tips.... My first mistake was using fkn miracle grow....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
    Sorry,my phone has a shyte camera. I read an article on here called something like, ''the ultimate guide to problems'' and he wrote about Nitrogen Toxicity and it explained my plants problems spot on, the yellow tips and ''the claw'' also on some of the tips.... My first mistake was using fkn miracle grow....
    okay bach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
    Ive read a couple of articles and Im guessing it is Nitrogen Toxicity because of the Miracle-gro soil being ''too hot?'' So,as thankfully I havnt been adding any nutes, should i just water it a little more heavily until a couple of weeks of flowering then slowly start adding old timers bloom?
    It's not so much as it's too hot. Miracle-gro contains time release nutes. So when your plant is wanting more PK, the soil is still pumping out Nitrogen.
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    It's a rollercoaster ride this miracle grow I recently finished three white skunk fem seeds in this miracle poo soil and it gave me such a headache (as the guys and girls on here no )

    I didn't have any sugars on the plants at all and I am now using plant magic soil and the growth and sugar difference on the plants is crazy

    Miracle grow just messed it up for me in flower but I did get to the end of the grow 2 plants yielded 4/5ounce between them but didn't taste right at all

    Also as a heads up make sure you don't get fungus gnats from the soil

    Atb mate check out my grow diary white skunk first grow click my name then started threads you will see it there

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRJIMMY2017 View Post
    It's a rollercoaster ride this miracle grow I recently finished three white skunk fem seeds in this miracle poo soil and it gave me such a headache (as the guys and girls on here no )

    I didn't have any sugars on the plants at all and I am now using plant magic soil and the growth and sugar difference on the plants is crazy

    Miracle grow just messed it up for me in flower but I did get to the end of the grow 2 plants yielded 4/5ounce between them but didn't taste right at all

    Also as a heads up make sure you don't get fungus gnats from the soil

    Atb mate check out my grow diary white skunk first grow click my name then started threads you will see it there

    Cheers mr jimmy
    Just had a read through mate..You definitely had some ''touching cloth'' moments but great to see you held on to the end! Funny with that miracle grow, doesnt seem to harm the plant in the early stages,like you think it would, but seems to hit it after day 30... Im on day 39 now and thankfully my plant isnt showing any signs of worsening but I know Im not out the woods yet. Im still holding off using any nutes until I see signs she is getting hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
    Just had a read through mate..You definitely had some ''touching cloth'' moments but great to see you held on to the end! Funny with that miracle grow, doesnt seem to harm the plant in the early stages,like you think it would, but seems to hit it after day 30... Im on day 39 now and thankfully my plant isnt showing any signs of worsening but I know Im not out the woods yet. Im still holding off using any nutes until I see signs she is getting hungry.
    Out of curiosity will it ever show signs of hunger before your auto comes to the end of its life cycle with its time release food in it?
    Just wondering how that soil works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
    Ive read a couple of articles and Im guessing it is Nitrogen Toxicity because of the Miracle-gro soil being ''too hot?'' So,as thankfully I havnt been adding any nutes, should i just water it a little more heavily until a couple of weeks of flowering then slowly start adding old timers bloom?
    Sorry but what are nutes?


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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenFingers321 View Post
    Sorry but what are nutes?


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    Nutrients mate, the food in the soil, just saves writing the whole word out lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Innerself View Post
    Out of curiosity will it ever show signs of hunger before your auto comes to the end of its life cycle with its time release food in it?
    Just wondering how that soil works
    Good point...I was going to start adding a small amount of PM old timers bloom,(literally like 0.5ml per L) when a couple of weeks into flowering just to see what it would do...One thing I know for sure though,not using MG soil again...

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    Is it in no way flushable
    What I mean is if you were to put it under a tap and let's say put 50 - 60 litres very slowly through it would that ever wash any of the time release stuff out of it making it inert?

    And straight after put a couple of litres of water which has stood for a day with bloom in
    Just a thought if anyone has done this
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    Here she is day 34,(thought it was 39) You can see she still has a few yellow tips but they dont seem to be spreading or getting any worse and the leaves are not ''clawing'' at the tips somuch either.Ive just been giving her plenty of water,2 liters or so just to get some run off, every 2-3 days in the bath and she seems to be doing ok.new C1.jpg new C2.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Innerself View Post
    Is it in no way flushable
    What I mean is if you were to put it under a tap and let's say put 50 - 60 litres very slowly through it would that ever wash any of the time release stuff out of it making it inert?

    And straight after put a couple of litres of water which has stood for a day with bloom in
    Just a thought if anyone has done this
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    Ignore all that, I've just bought a bag of miracle grow for some plants outside and seen the blue and yellow balls Im guessing those are the time release food and not like a liquid mixed into the soil . No flushing those out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Innerself View Post
    Ignore all that, I've just bought a bag of miracle grow for some plants outside and seen the blue and yellow balls Im guessing those are the time release food and not like a liquid mixed into the soil . No flushing those out
    Might get the kids to sit there and pick'em all out next time they're being naughty shits

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