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    see i originally thought calcium def or nitrogen def along side the watering issues

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    What I do with plastic pots is I get an exacto knife and cut extra holes all around the pot for increased air flow and drainage

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    Idk. I can't say I agree with macky because I definitely See paling on those big fan leaves, so clearly she's hungry for something and no sign of burnt tips, so she isn't over fed.

    Everything else he said was spot on though.



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    so i wont water for another 5 days, will give them just ph'ed water on next feed and go from there i guess

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    or do i feed

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    this is the one downside of lots of help ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbx View Post
    or do i feed
    No don't feed lol.

    Just because they're paling, doesn't mean they need food. That can come from phosphorus Excess aswell. Just because a plant is pale in the centre of the leaves, it doesn't mean she is hungry.

    If she is over water, the roots will not be able to breath properly, they need air too. Cannabis likes the wet and dry cycle. There should be plenty of nuits still in the soil to feed a plant that size,

    Feeding too much can also lead to lock out, which will stop the plant taking in nuits at all, just because there isn't any tip burn, it doesn't mean she is not over fed. Not all Excess shows as leaf burn.

    Over watering will display signs of potassium, phosphorus, cal and mag defo, along with sulphur and boron, so I'm defiantly gonna stick with the over water and over fed. I think trex also had the same diagnosis.



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    I've never had an overwatering issue, so I honestly couldn't say. Seems legit though

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    i will just water them in 5 days then, and when i repot final time it will be into fabric pots or plastic pots with rocks at the bottom and lits of extra holes then. aint you all a helpful bunch haha. thanks everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbx View Post
    i will just water them in 5 days then, and when i repot final time it will be into fabric pots or plastic pots with rocks at the bottom and lits of extra holes then. aint you all a helpful bunch haha. thanks everyone
    Soil looks pretty dense there too bud. Make sure you mix some perlite into the soil you're transplanting into. Other than that I'd say you got a solid plan there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corneu View Post
    I've never had an overwatering issue, so I honestly couldn't say. Seems legit though

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    It's mainly the dark outer sections of the leaves you see, the yellowing would come from lower in the plants, and work its way upwards, rather than yellowing in the middle of the upper leaves out wards.

    If the whole leaf was going lighter, I'd say it needs feed. But from the op, I'd say it's most likely over watering. As the medium isn't drying out enough between waterings.

    Under an led too, they will not drink so much as they are colder, so water will sit in the medium for fuckin aaaagggggeeessss! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbx View Post
    i will just water them in 5 days then, and when i repot final time it will be into fabric pots or plastic pots with rocks at the bottom and lits of extra holes then. aint you all a helpful bunch haha. thanks everyone
    I prefer to use plastic pots when I'm growing in soil. Fabric pots can be a bitch, as water runs out the sides, and sometimes it can be hard to fully saturate the medium.

    Fabric I prefer for coco, but some guys use fabric and love it.

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    there is yellowing of some lower leaves as well as the blushing yellow on the top leaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corneu View Post
    So based on looks alone, I want to say either Iron or sulfur deficiency.
    Most likely sulfur imo
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    Before you go dumping extra nutes in though. How often have you been watering? Because this could be as simple as Lockout or a poor watering schedule.

    Also that humidity is gonna cause massive issues in flower. It's honestly high enough that I'd be worried about powdery mildew even in veg . I try to keep mine from exceeding 60%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corneu View Post
    Idk. I can't say I agree with macky because I definitely See paling on those big fan leaves, so clearly she's hungry for something and no sign of burnt tips, so she isn't over fed.

    Everything else he said was spot on though.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tbx View Post
    there is yellowing of some lower leaves as well as the blushing yellow on the top leaves
    Don,t worry about that mate, she was probs locked due to too much water, so shes stealing it from lower growth to make new growth, Just do what Macky says (no disrespect corniou) and you're plants will be ace

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    what turnt up mate?

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    What are we looking at?

    With young plants and new grows, the issues are usually caused by killing through kindness. Plants need no food as seedlings. Plenty for them in the soil. I start a half strength veg feed at about week 3, then start half starngh bloom about 10 days into flower.

    The wet dry cycle is also crucial. No water until the top inch or two of soil is dry. Otherwise the roots dont get enough air, and wont spread out fully and as such the plant wont take in as much nutes later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmobyToker#1 View Post
    what turnt up mate?
    didnt realise you wouldnt be able to see, its a burnt leaf tip on some newer lower growth

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