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    Hi all - I'm a newbie here so please forgive me if I miss any important information!! Here's my first grow... having some trouble ! As you can see there are a few problems: •Yellow tips • Some Tips look Burnt• Some of the edges Yellow and curling up • Few yellow spots on lower leafs on one or two Plants • Droopiness / Weak • Twisted /Bent leafs ?

    So first off - There roughly 3 weeks from clone. Any opinions?? One of the plants has yellow spots on the lower leafs , couple of them are major dropping and feel weak. Most of the tips are yellow and almost look burnt , the tops of the plants on most are coming through nicely and green . Noticed some of the edges are going yellow and some curling up. My temps 26 roughly throughout the day. My light is just under a meter away so couldn't be burning them surely ? I think I kind of messed up the first feed with full nutes on the Cana coco feed chart and was told I should have induced them at 1/4 for couple days and increase .. There watered roughly 2 days - been sure too check them When they feel light and dry etc , watered until roughly 20% off run comes out, could I be under watering or overwatering ? Or some sort of deficiency? Too much heat ? What's the problem it's driving me insane lol!
    Also as you can see one or two of them look majorly stunted on growth compared to a few others . Literally one has no George on lower parts or tiny little yellow leafs ? Please help







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    What medium you growing in mate?


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    you sure they were all well rooted clones b4 planting into medium??
    that one in the middle is ok so it rooted properly




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    I'm using coco 70% & 30% perlite . The roots wasn't amazing in all of them one or two had good roots the rest seemed about young - my friend said they would be fine when I transplanted them - like I said one or two of them you could clearly see small white roots


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    Quote Originally Posted by millwall115 View Post
    What medium you growing in mate?


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    Coco 70% & 30% perlite 🤔


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    the difference is the roots not your medium, that is jmo though

    if they had all rooted properly then thed all look like this one


    that one above needs more nitrogen, or maybe it's the camera flash making it look lime green

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterEnergy View Post
    the difference is the roots not your medium, that is jmo though



    that one above needs more nitrogen, or maybe it's the camera flash making it look lime green
    I just had a little look and can't see barley any if not no roots coming out a couple of the cubes into to soil , but some are looking nice 👍 --
    So should I continue to water as normal and pay extra attention to the cubes in the soil giving them extra water to let them root properly? Yes a couple of them are looking more healthy then the rest , more growth , stronger and just generally better looking .


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    The initial overfeeding with very little roots may have damaged them. Can you check the EC of a plain water runoff? You might need just plain water for a little time to help them recover since there is probably salt buildup in the coco. I would stick with plain water until runoff is about 0.2 to 0.4 EC and then introduce a very light feed of about 0.4 ec.

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    really you want a propagator to get the roots b4 potting up,
    if ya root the clones in a propagator they'll start the best possible way fully rooted/established

    i wouldn't hold my breath for this one though


    id cut a large plastic bottle and make a humidity dome - mist the inside first,

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    The initial overfeeding with very little roots may have damaged them. Can you check the EC of a plain water runoff? You might need just plain water for a little time to help them recover since there is probably salt buildup in the coco. I would stick with plain water until runoff is about 0.2 to 0.4 EC and then introduce a very light feed of about 0.4 ec.
    Yeah for sure to buy one tomorrow morning too check the ec on run off. So you think just water alone may help them perk up abit and be abit stronger. Could they be getting lack of water with suck small roots in the cube still? The cube could be drying before everything else or would the roots naturally search for water Evan if they was tiny ?


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    i wouldn't hold my breath for this one though
    id cut a large plastic bottle and make a humidity dome - mist the inside first,[/QUOTE]

    Done this hopefully fingers crossed it bounces back , been two weeks already and I've seen abit of progress not all bad so hopefully it will not die lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthvader112 View Post
    Yeah for sure to buy one tomorrow morning too check the ec on run off. So you think just water alone may help them perk up abit and be abit stronger. Could they be getting lack of water with suck small roots in the cube still? The cube could be drying before everything else or would the roots naturally search for water Evan if they was tiny ?


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    If healthy the roots search for water. Without knowing EC of runoff it is impossible to be sure of anything. Based on the info given I would think plain water is your best bet. At the same time, I would listen to Monsters advice. He definitely knows more than me.

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    What kind of light are you using? What size is your grow area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    If healthy the roots search for water. Without knowing EC of runoff it is impossible to be sure of anything. Based on the info given I would think plain water is your best bet. At the same time, I would listen to Monsters advice. He definitely knows more than me.
    we are all trying to help matey that's the only important fact i really take on
    definitely don't know more, i've just made more mistakes lol

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    Not a coco grower myself but you have some of the best growers on the talk helping you along here brother heed their advice matey, all the best, G'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Priapus View Post
    What kind of light are you using? What size is your grow area?
    I'm using 2 x 600w Lights with baysix reflector , The size is 2.4 L & 1.2 W & 2M h


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    Hey thanks everyone for their advice, I used monsters advice I've done the propagator with some bottle it's been humid/wet inside for few days now not much difference, maybe the leaves got up a little. So for few days now I've been feeding it plain water with phdown with cheap meter that shows yellow when I add it which on chart says is 6, what should I aim for with coco. Ph and ec pens are on way. After my post first I fed them couple of times I had about a 1liter of drain, now half that, I think the old nutes are gone need ec pen for that right? I've done some tweaks with the air flow and the vents I'm gettin at the moment 40% rh with 28 Celsius. I got a niceWhat else I took some propagator things off today and left two on that looked smaller that the rest. Also there was no sign of roots when we got them and put them in little pots on first week And gave them week 1 feed that. With no roots. This gave them toxic shock maybe?


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    using the dome ''70%+ humidity'' means your plants can absorb water threw the leaves, is why it's so important to keep rh down in flower
    ph for hydro 5.8

    you never feed non-rooted/rooting clones, it's water only
    is why the propagator makes life so easy

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