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    Hey guys growing in HP promix i started in solo cups then transplanted into 1 gallon containers i started my feeding about 2 weeks after planted at quarter feed with sensi a and b i then move my way up slowly i am now at hf strength feed 4ML a G aswell as been adding sillica hf strength with every feeding i also added superthrive in the beginning once or twice i also foloiar sprayed them maybe 10 days ago with 1ML L of calmag thinking it would help with the spotting you can see starting in the one pic for maybe a week i felt it helped then i felt things got really bad as seen now but only the one plant is doing it however they are all the same strain as you can see now the problem is much worse any ideas would be great my temps are like 25-27 drop to maybe 20 lights off rh is like 25% i am under a MH 600W 20-24 inches distance my veg usually go soooo well and never have issues untill later flower if i do please help if you can they are going to be 2 months old in one week i would not recommend this new strain by dna sorbet dreams as its been nothing but a HEADACHE heres some pics all are taken today other then the one the you can see has the problem just starting on the tips which is about a week or so old( very bottom pic)
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    I'd start by upping that humidity should be 50/60% some of those leaves look very dry and brittle look like they might break at the slightest touch.

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    do you mean you are growing in organic soil yes? The HP. Promix Mycorrhizal soil?

    If you are then youve killed that soil man and they gonna need a flush and some organic nutes and some microbes put back in.

    Also are your a+b nutes for soil? Generally a + b is for coco (I may be wrong on this)

    Calmag is never good in soil mate, fine in a foliar at 0.5ml but 1ml.into your soil isnt good.

    Id say they are locked out mate....

    See what the others say

    Also feeding soil even a light mix they shouldnt need anything other than water for the first 3 or 4 weeks. I. Went 6 weeks with water only in verve compost
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    do you mean you are growing in organic soil yes? The HP. Promix Mycorrhizal soil?

    If you are then youve killed that soil man and they gonna need a flush and some organic nutes and some microbes put back in.

    Also are your a+b nutes for soil? Generally a + b is for coco (I may be wrong on this)

    Calmag is never good in soil mate, fine in a foliar at 0.5ml but 1ml.into your soil isnt good.

    Id say they are locked out mate....

    See what the others say
    promix hp is not soil its just perlite and peatmoss everyone considers it soil-less :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by friendlygrower View Post
    promix hp is not soil its just perlite and peatmoss everyone considers it soil-less :S
    Oh ok well its seems pretty organic mate but ignore me then mate

    I only know soil and only a tiny bit of that but thought Id try and help mate.

    The soiless guys will be along shortly

    Good luck mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Oh ok well its seems pretty organic mate but ignore me then mate
    i do agree they dont like alot of calmag in the promix but i have done many other grows with all my same nutes and had no issues like this but i was thinking lockout by excess calmag aswell but i only foilar sprayed them with it never added it to the soil and only once!

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    Quote Originally Posted by friendlygrower View Post
    i do agree they dont like alot of calmag in the promix but i have done many other grows with all my same nutes and had no issues like this but i was thinking lockout by excess calmag aswell but i only foilar sprayed them with it never added it to the soil and only once!
    Oh sorry mate it read like you added as a drench, my bad. Excuse my. Mistake about the medium mate it seemed like soil lol. I read Mycorrhizal and peat and came to a hasty conclusion deffo feel like a plonker lol lol stoners hey lol lol

    Whats the pH of your inputs,

    So do use it like coco and check ec and all that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    Oh sorry mate it read like you added as a drench, my bad. Excuse my. Mistake about the medium mate it seemed like soil lol. I read Mycorrhizal and peat and came to a hasty conclusion deffo feel like a plonker lol lol stoners hey lol lol

    Whats the pH of your inputs,

    So do use it like coco and check ec and all that?
    i usually give them p.h of 6.5 and usually dont check my runoff unless i run into issues which is what i should deff do next haha. could just be the p.h is off int he medium and needs a little ajustment i guess problem is i just fed them yesterday so im going to have to wait 3 days for dry

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    Quote Originally Posted by friendlygrower View Post
    i usually give them p.h of 6.5 and usually dont check my runoff unless i run into issues which is what i should deff do next haha. could just be the p.h is off int he medium and needs a little ajustment i guess problem is i just fed them yesterday so im going to have to wait 3 days for dry
    What pH range does the promix work in? I know coco. Is 5.8 for inputs.

    Could be pH but then if you always grow this way then why would it be different this time?

    Wish I could help you mate I. Understand hydro about the same as I understand women man pmsl

    RH. Is deffo. Wwwwwwaaayyyyyy to low for veg man just re read lol Jay is right you wanna be up in the high 60's - 70 mate
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    [QUOTE=Gaz;1070908382]What pH range does the promix work in? I know coco. Is 5.8 for inputs.

    Could be pH but then if you always grow this way then why would it be different this time?

    Wish I could help you mate I. Understand hydro about the same as I understand women man pmsl

    RH. Is deffo. Wwwwwwaaayyyyyy to low for veg man just re read lol Jay is right you wanna be up in the high 60's - 70 mate[/Qi have them in a 4x4 tent with a huge box fan blowing air around also i have a 6inch inline fan pushing the hot air through my cool hood i also ahve a 4incvh inline fan attached to a fiklter do you think i shoukd turn the filter one off for now as it should help bring up my humidity?? i still have all the vents open in the tent and my cool hood has it sown fan to control heat ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    What pH range does the promix work in? I know coco. Is 5.8 for inputs.

    Could be pH but then if you always grow this way then why would it be different this time?

    Wish I could help you mate I. Understand hydro about the same as I understand women man pmsl

    RH. Is deffo. Wwwwwwaaayyyyyy to low for veg man just re read lol Jay is right you wanna be up in the high 60's - 70 mate
    i have them in a 4x4 tent with a huge box fan blowing air around also i have a 6inch inline fan pushing the hot air through my cool hood i also have a 4incvh inline fan attached to a filter do you think i should turn the filter one off for now as it should help bring up my humidity?? i still have all the vents open in the tent and my cool hood has it sown fan to control heat ???

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    [QUOTE=friendlygrower;1070908389]
    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    What pH range does the promix work in? I know coco. Is 5.8 for inputs.

    Could be pH but then if you always grow this way then why would it be different this time?

    Wish I could help you mate I. Understand hydro about the same as I understand women man pmsl

    RH. Is deffo. Wwwwwwaaayyyyyy to low for veg man just re read lol Jay is right you wanna be up in the high 60's - 70 mate[/Qi have them in a 4x4 tent with a huge box fan blowing air around also i have a 6inch inline fan pushing the hot air through my cool hood i also ahve a 4incvh inline fan attached to a fiklter do you think i shoukd turn the filter one off for now as it should help bring up my humidity?? i still have all the vents open in the tent and my cool hood has it sown fan to control heat ???
    Lol mate RH is the bane of my life and in my experience what will logically work bloody doesn't pmsl. You could try some bowls of water in there, ive seen guys do that. Do you have a controller so you can mess with fan speed to try and sort it?

    Humidifier is an option

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    is the oscillating fan closest to those 2 plants mate? wind burn can look like that. basically the wind dries the plant out, looks like a humidity issue a bit.
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