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    I've been taking care of my sisters plant for about two months now, haven't had any issues with the way things are going (very surprising lol...) up until this week.
    I've been using a local organic all in 1 fertilizer, that comes with fairly strict instruction in terms of feeding schedules and mixing your soil. since taking care of her, she's had a feed every weekend, once a week up until last weekend(fertilizer calls for a break in the schedule for 3-4 weeks). Sunday i began to see a little bit of fade in the green so I mixed up some food of monday when i got home from work, and fed her tuesday. It looks like some bits have slightly recovered, but other areas are concerning me. The first pic is about 3 days into flower on the 17th, was the first week I skipped the feed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamite2144 View Post
    I've been taking care of my sisters plant for about two months now, haven't had any issues with the way things are going (very surprising lol...) up until this week.
    I've been using a local organic all in 1 fertilizer, that comes with fairly strict instruction in terms of feeding schedules and mixing your soil. since taking care of her, she's had a feed every weekend, once a week up until last weekend(fertilizer calls for a break in the schedule for 3-4 weeks). Sunday i began to see a little bit of fade in the green so I mixed up some food of monday when i got home from work, and fed her tuesday. It looks like some bits have slightly recovered, but other areas are concerning me. The first pic is about 3 days into flower on the 17th, was the first week I skipped the feed.

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    Looks like a N deficiency. Someone else will confirm though...

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    It's also worth noting that the past two weeks have been 30+ everday with this week hitting 40+ celsius with hunidity each day. For how hot this girl must get when I'm at work, I find it amazing I dont come home to shriviled mess

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhIpLaSh View Post
    Looks like a N deficiency. Someone else will confirm though...
    Cheers on the quick reply, if it is she should be much greener by the end of today.

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    N def for certain buddy . Give her a nice feed and yellowing will stop spreading .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    N def for certain buddy . Give her a nice feed and yellowing will stop spreading .
    Cheers! love the name haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    N def for certain buddy . Give her a nice feed and yellowing will stop spreading .
    would you say its still nitrogen? shes been getting a feed every day now trying to stop it and its impossible it seems, growing like mad though jeeze

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