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    Default Nearly all fan leaves turning yellow and dying off

    Soil or hydro or coco: soil

    Strain:White skunk

    Photo or Auto:Auto

    plant age:56 days

    pot size: 6"

    has it been repotted? and when?: No

    soil type:Biobizz all mixe

    nutes or additives used and how often for soil: used bio bloom 2 weeks ago with 2ml to 2 litres of water and then plain water up until 4 days ago I added 2ml of bio bloom to 2 litres of water. Have been using plain tap water since then

    Air temps (max min): Dont have thermometer

    Res temps (max min):

    humidity:

    lighting type and wattage (hps, led, cfl): 300w mars hydro led

    Light schedule:24h

    ph level: No idea



    Any ideas whats wrong with this girl?
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    Not sure whats wrong mate but she don't look great, you may be lucky to save her.

    Someone with soil experience will be along soon to help you out.
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    Hi CaptainChronic, sorry to see your plant looking so unwell

    If you used Biobizz allmix from the start then, unfortunately, that soil is way too hot for a seedling and especially for an auto!..this plant has been suffering from a nutrient overdose which has resulted in a 'nutrient lockout'.

    Also when feeding never follow the chart/feeding schedule they provide..got with at least half that amount and increase in small increments, any sign of tip burn and dial it back.

    I would say to give her a good flush, then start feeding her a quarter of the amount they have specified.

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    What Ice said. ^^^ That is going to be some dam good shit, if you can save it. Less is always more in Nutes.

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    For future reference I also see you have not been checking humidity or temperatures...this is critical when growing indoors!!..you really do need to invest in these measuring tools, otherwise how can you be sure you are providing the necessary environment for your plant to survive/flourish?

    Perhaps some good reading around the forum here and lessons learnt with this grow will lead you onto some fantastic grows in time, good luck bud!

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    Ok cheers I'll flush it first thing tomorrow! Fingers crossed I can save this. I have used this soil on my last two grows with autos no problem. Saying that I've had this soil since 6 months now so is there a chance the soil has gone bad ?

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    You using the bio grow plus your bloom?
    Doesn't matter either way, ditch it mate and get yourself either organicus 99 or old timers bloom
    I think a lot of soil growers start out with biobizz nutes but soon move on
    Personally I found it a f..king juggling act with mixing the two for bloom and its too strong to boot

    So gets some organicus £10 and you can thank me later
    Atb captain

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    No I noticed the leaves turning yellow so thought it was nitrogen deficiency so bought some bio grow. This didn't help so went back to plain tap water and then decided to try some bio bloom to see if this would help but In the end made things even worse lol.

    So does the organicus do for veg and flower ?

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    6 inches what's that in litres?
    Just slowly run through 3xpot size in plain water, you can do this in Bath
    But the last 2 litres add 4 mil of preferably organicus
    Only used it half a grow but plants soon showed improvement
    No idea on led, hps all the way baby
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChronic View Post
    No I noticed the leaves turning yellow so thought it was nitrogen deficiency so bought some bio grow. This didn't help so went back to plain tap water and then decided to try some bio bloom to see if this would help but In the end made things even worse lol.

    So does the organicus do for veg and flower ?
    Yeah organicus 99 for veg and flower, but I did also use a pk 4-8 for two weeks
    Or Old timers bloom is OK, it use to be pretty good on its own but my last two bottles were a bit "pissy" and needed a bit of nitrogen added later on in flower on my autos
    But both in my opinion are so much better than biobizz nute mixing for my UK water

    I used the last of my biobizz on some outdoor chilli's and it burnt them
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    Them lower leaves not so much to worry about, like I said it's a balancing act with that food your using and can be cured but you need to do it soon
    But looking at the top them leaves are looking crispy are they?
    Sorry no idea on led lights
    You have air movement around the leaves mate?
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    Pot is very small which makes nutritional changes challenging for the most experienced grower.
    Give it a bigger home a good soaking of water as already mentioned and hope for the best. Cant get much worse.


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