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    My new set of leafs seem to be clawing at the tips and new leafs are darker then rest of the plant don't really look it in the pic but they are a tiny bit darker is this normal?
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    What soil you using bro?

    What are you feeding?

    If the newer growth is darker than the lower growth and the lower growth is a healthy colour, that means they are slightly over fertilised. This is due to either feeding nutes too soon or having hot soil.

    Either way, plain water feeds will sort it until the new growth is a better colour and no signs of clawing.

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    I've also moved this thread to the cannabis infirmary for you 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    What soil you using bro?

    What are you feeding?

    If the newer growth is darker than the lower growth and the lower growth is a healthy colour, that means they are slightly over fertilised. This is due to either feeding nutes too soon or having hot soil.

    Either way, plain water feeds will sort it until the new growth is a better colour and no signs of clawing.

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    I'm using weed house seed co. Powder feed short flowering all in one 16+6+26 that a friend had left over from his last grow and I've been using it for about 3-4weeks now and all purpose compost with natural nutrients.. I understand that the soil already has nutrients and adding nutrients while watering can give u problems but I thought I would of washed them out the first 2-3 weeks of watering with plain water
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    I've also moved this thread to the cannabis infirmary for you ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredacrop95 View Post
    I'm using weed house seed co. Powder feed short flowering all in one 16+6+26 that a friend had left over from his last grow and I've been using it for about 3-4weeks now and all purpose compost with natural nutrients.. I understand that the soil already has nutrients and adding nutrients while watering can give u problems but I thought I would of washed them out the first 2-3 weeks of watering with plain water
    Imo, you need more P.

    16 is N content. That's a high ratio for bloom.

    6 is P, which is a good ratio for bloom nutes but not when the N and K is so high.

    26 is K, which is high ratio for bloom compared to the P content.

    My bloom nutes are 2.2, 2.0, 5.0

    If I were you I would invest in a bottle of PK boost and drop the other nutes your using.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    Imo, you need more P.

    16 is N content. That's a high ratio for bloom.

    6 is P, which is a good ratio for bloom nutes but not when the N and K is so high.

    26 is K, which is high ratio for bloom compared to the P content.

    My bloom nutes are 2.2, 2.0, 5.0

    If I were you I would invest in a bottle of PK boost and drop the other nutes your using.


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    Thanks man
    PK boost can I use that throughout my plants whole life or will I have to switch to another ratio in flowering?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredacrop95 View Post
    Thanks man
    PK boost can I use that throughout my plants whole life or will I have to switch to another ratio in flowering?
    Everybody uses it differently. I use PK for the last 4 weeks of flowering. I use Canna bio flores from stretch to 4 weeks from the end.

    I'm not familiar with those nutes you showed me tbh. If it were me I'd get myself some new bloom with a better ratio and some PK boost for late in flower.

    I'd recommend either, Plant magic OT bloom or Canna Flores. I use the plant magic PK boost along side the Canna Flores.

    Alot of these nutrient were formed with either Dutch or American water in mind. If your in the UK like me then our water reacts differently to alot of nutrients. Bio bizz is the worst for this.

    I've used many nutrients but always find myself using the Canna and Plant magic range.

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    Interesting these Green House Seeds nutrients. Supposed to be the next big thing in simplicity

    These are flower nutrients and so you would be better off with "grow" at this stage

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