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    Quote Originally Posted by TomKing View Post
    This looks very much like a calcium def.

    Those rusty spots look like necrosis from the plant pulling cal from the cells.

    I’d see if a calmag foliar spray would help.
    would help the start of bud rot mukka...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomKing View Post
    This looks very much like a calcium def.

    Those rusty spots look like necrosis from the plant pulling cal from the cells.

    I’d see if a calmag foliar spray would help.
    Will anywhere local sell it ?


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    if you insist on using calmag give it them via roots, you got buds on the go you dont want them gettin wet now.

    just start your bloom nutes again on them bro, with odd splash of calmag if you wana play it safe

    those kinda marks can be from few few thing, calmag, bugs, to much bloom/pk or too little...

    my money on too little as you stopped using them..

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker_the_smoker View Post
    if you insist on using calmag give it them via roots, you got buds on the go you dont want them gettin wet now.

    just start your bloom nutes again on them bro, with odd splash of calmag if you wana play it safe

    those kinda marks can be from few few thing, calmag, bugs, to much bloom/pk or too little...

    my money on too little as you stopped using them..
    They are on the nutes now like as you stated yesterday, weather or not they would have gotten to the plants yet I don't know, I would say it as got worse, I had really good look for bugs and that didn't turn up anything, the affected leaves should I take them off or just leave them ? I do have some calmag arriving in the post


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    Quote Originally Posted by joker_the_smoker View Post
    if you insist on using calmag give it them via roots, you got buds on the go you dont want them gettin wet now.

    just start your bloom nutes again on them bro, with odd splash of calmag if you wana play it safe

    those kinda marks can be from few few thing, calmag, bugs, to much bloom/pk or too little...

    my money on too little as you stopped using them..
    Listen to joker, he knows his stuff.

    And 100% my bad, do not spray now, I was lazy posting and not thinking about it. I never spray in flower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomKing View Post
    Listen to joker, he knows his stuff.

    And 100% my bad, do not spray now, I was lazy posting and not thinking about it. I never spray in flower.
    you could probs get away with a careful one, cuff every leaf with your hand kinda thing lol, wud be hard work though an tad risky haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker_the_smoker View Post
    you could probs get away with a careful one, cuff every leaf with your hand kinda thing lol, wud be hard work though an tad risky haha
    Thanks lads, the problem hasnt seemed to get worse since feeding nutes, I'm keeping close eye on that plant, I bought plant magic cal mag it's a liquid ( don't know if it is any good) so I will have it there if I need it but it doesn't come until Tuesday tho so if the problem does get worse I'll have to pop to local shop but I think they sell cal and mag separately, thanks joker lad and everyone else, learn something everyday off the talkers and reading through people's posts


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    Quote Originally Posted by TomKing View Post
    This looks very much like a calcium def.

    Those rusty spots look like necrosis from the plant pulling cal from the cells.

    I’d see if a calmag foliar spray would help.
    He's got a high ph from tap mate so i would imagine cal is in the water. but a spray wouldnt hurt and could well be it, so good call
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmobyToker#1 View Post
    He's got a high ph from tap mate so i would imagine cal is in the water. but a spray wouldnt hurt and could well be it, so good call
    I do only have cheap ph so don't even know how reliable the thing is but that's what the cheap ph read the water at so must be round about that region, probably going to invest in essentials or bluelab one


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    Blue lab are good mate i have one now for 2 years no problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmobyToker#1 View Post
    Blue lab are good mate i have one now for 2 years no problems
    Sounds good to me then pal


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    Little update problem seemed to have calmed down since giving them bloom and pk, woke up this morning to this which has appeared overnight should I give them a dabble of calmag ? got some coming In the post but found a decent local shop eventually that sells pretty much everything so going to have a pop down, do have to wait for the post not coming til Monday I reckon, 0.5 to 1 ml per liter is says

    Pale around the edges


    Little pale down center



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    Just looks like ph fluctuation from the pk. Have you set ph to 6.0 (coco, hydro) If not do so....if in soil then obvs do nothing for now. Just monitor it and if it keeps going then you will need to drop the pk possibly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmobyToker#1 View Post
    Just looks like ph fluctuation from the pk. Have you set ph to 6.0 (coco, hydro) If not do so....if in soil then obvs do nothing for now. Just monitor it and if it keeps going then you will need to drop the pk possibly.
    Thats the only plant I'm getting problems with, yeaa I'm in soil, before you posted I gave it some pk I'll keep eye on it and stop feeding it the pk if it get worse, cheers brother


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