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    So I tried my best with my cracked ass camera alright. Dont hate lmao. This is the Gods Blue Cheese

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    Here I highlighted some spots of you're having trouble finding them

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    You better get your neem oil, or bug spray, and hit those with every thing you got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshot View Post
    You better get your neem oil, or bug spray, and hit those with every thing you got.
    Is it mites hotshot ?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewbGaz View Post
    Is it mites hotshot ?.
    Don't know what they are, but you not suppose to have wholes eaten out your leaves.

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    I stick with my original diagnosis - overfed

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    I stick with my original diagnosis - overfed
    Does that cause holes in the leaves M_C, Im sure your right I'm just asking so I can learn

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewbGaz View Post
    Does that cause holes in the leaves M_C, Im sure your right I'm just asking so I can learn
    It can indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    It can indeed
    Thats crazy man !! Thanks M_C something else Ive learnt today

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    Goddamn it. I really hope you're right M_C I'd be devastated if I lost another crop to fucking broad mites. So I'll tackle both issues. I'll lay off the feed completely for 2 weeks and monitor. In the meantime I'm ordering neem oil and a sprayer. If theres no improvement by the end of the month I'll begin treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewbGaz View Post
    Does that cause holes in the leaves M_C, Im sure your right I'm just asking so I can learn
    It caught me out too the first time I saw it... which was, typically, on a mentored grow. It was Bud who put me right on it

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    Put some pics up of the whole plant it would useful to get an idea of its general health...Can you take the plant outside in natural light for the pics ?


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    Intrigued to see the outcome here. This is more of times cryptic crossword



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    Quote Originally Posted by NewbGaz View Post
    Does that cause holes in the leaves M_C, Im sure your right I'm just asking so I can learn
    It can do yeah...Overfeeding can cause abnormal cell division when the leaves are growing...I've also noticed that organic & chem overfeeding can present symptoms differently...Organic nutes tend to cause malformations cabbage looking leaves with what looks like hives before they burn the tips, chem nutes burn the tips or edges first. This is most likely due to the mineral salt content and the way its transported through the leaf structure...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud Lightyear View Post
    Put some pics up of the whole plant it would useful to get an idea of its general health...Can you take the plant outside in natural light for the pics ?


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    I meant to but forgot aha.

    I cant really get it out side because of my neighbors, but I had it in a sunny spot in my room but the sun was glaring off the leaves so I put it in the shade for the pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud Lightyear View Post
    It can do yeah...Overfeeding can cause abnormal cell division when the leaves are growing...I've also noticed that organic & chem overfeeding can present symptoms differently...Organic nutes tend to cause malformations cabbage looking leaves with what looks like hives before they burn the tips, chem nutes burn the tips or edges first. This is most likely due to the mineral salt content and the way its transported through the leaf structure...


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    Huh that's really interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    Whilst I still need better pics, I reckon over feeding is going to be the issue here
    Looks like you might just be right. So I was just rereading some threads on the talk hear and I stumbled across something. In Subcool's "The Laws of Cannabis" thread he mentions the soil I'm using. He says that sunshine mix#4 is a very good organic, full soil. Only thing is, its apparently quite a hot soil. So my plants are getting everything they need from this soil mix. Next time I'll follow subcools recommendation and put the mix just in the bottom 1/4 of the pot and add a normal base soil for the rest, that way I can properly tailor their feeds. I wish I had read that BEFORE I potted up into a 22L pot filled bottom to top with sunshine mix. Well fuck. Guess no nutes for the foreseeable future.

    Thanks a bunch M_C, you've been a huge help. Same to the rest of you folks that added your input. It's nice to know you guys are watching. I'll get some full plant pics up right away here and then I'll probably be leaving this thread for awhile. I'll try to come back and update in 2 weeks, but with my memory, that's not likely to happen aha.

    Anyways thanks again everyone

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