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    The corners are turning brown all aroun no the leaf it started yesterday and today it's tentimes worse. I haven't changed the feeding schedule or any variable I can think of. I feed it 5 ml of age old grow 2.5 calmag and 5 ml of roots Trinity. I alternate the feedings with flushes.

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    Assuming a soil grow?
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    Yes, but I have another the same size getting the same treatment and she's fine. Perfectly fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westerosi978 View Post
    The corners are turning brown all aroun no the leaf it started yesterday and today it's tentimes worse. I haven't changed the feeding schedule or any variable I can think of. I feed it 5 ml of age old grow 2.5 calmag and 5 ml of roots Trinity. I alternate the feedings with flushes.

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    I would cut back to 3ml on each of those nuts, and leave the cal mag out all together for not. I only feed mine 5ml of 2-4-8, and that seems to be plenty every other water then feed. JMO Some times less can be more.

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    I would cut back to 3ml on each of those nuts, and leave the cal mag out all together for not. I only feed mine 5ml of 2-4-8, and that seems to be plenty every other water then feed. JMO
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    Here is an example of what I mean by less being more some times. I use to over feed mine, until I started to understand that they don't need as much as we want to give them. lol These two plants are only in Day 9 of 12-12 flip, and have been in Flower since Day 3 of 12-12 flip. Fox Farms Tiger Bloom.

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    Could it also be a lighting issue? What lights are you using and how far away from your plant?

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    I agree with hotshot, twisted skinny growth usually means to much fert. I'd do exactly as he says, Definetly drop the calmag.😁

    Also heat issues but there's not much you can do about that at the moment.

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    as the others ,over feed specially the calmag?, but ill add that can also happen because of being too close to a fan/breeze

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
    Could it also be a lighting issue? What lights are you using and how far away from your plant?
    I'm using cfls and I raised the lights from 4 inches to 8 and the issue has gotten even worse today. I did a flush of regular water. Guess we'll see. But I have four other plants receiving the same treatment and are growing vigorously fml...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggotch View Post
    as the others ,over feed specially the calmag?, but ill add that can also happen because of being too close to a fan/breeze
    Lol it's the fariest plant from the alternating fan... Still great air flow tho... And all the other plants are growing fine. This one is just shitting out on me for no reason at all. All get same nuts and lighting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman View Post
    I agree with hotshot, twisted skinny growth usually means to much fert. I'd do exactly as he says, Definetly drop the calmag.😁

    Also heat issues but there's not much you can do about that at the moment.

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    I wish it was a heat issue. I made sure that the wind flow and light we're adjusted for the heat variable. Looks far worse today still...

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    Im only on my second grow mate but I learnt from my last grow that 2 different plants even though the same strain etc can have different feeding needs. I'd flush then build up with small amount of nutes at a time and see if that maybe helps. I might be totally wrong here though lol. Good luck anyway mate.

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    As for me i had to cut back on the amount of nutrients used for the soil, due to nutrient burn.

    I only use 10ml in total, 5 ml for part a and 5ml for part b, which is fine for 2 litres of water but i fill her up to about 6 litres roughly, so yeah.

    I also learn like you do.

    But what is even better is that you should use living soil, then all you do is just add water and that is it.

    Dan.

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    I’d say heat issues, looks quite close to that Mylar maybe? Mylar can tend to cause ‘hotspots’. Also do make sure to water down nutes in this heat of summer, plants like us when hot tend to like more water than ‘food’ so tend to cause salt build up quicker and nute lock..all I tend to do in this time is mix my nutes to 70-80% strength..

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