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    This plant has been trying to die and I just don't want to let it go. I have five autos growing all that all received the same treatment 4 are Dinamed CBD and this one is CKS Early Miss. It took an extra day to get the seed to pop, after it germinated the shell got stuck and while gently trying to remove it I pulled the sprout out of the soil. I thought for sure it wouldn't survie that, but it did and slowly it stared to get new growth. I gave it a week and it just wasn't producing so I gave it a shot of Bio Bizz Root Juice. It started to pick up and it grew a few fan leaves but now it's started to turn yellow, but not the old growth it's the new growth. At this point I just don't know what to do with it, any advise would be greatly appreciated.


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    Soil or hydro or coco: Soil

    Strain: Crop King Seeds Early Miss

    Photo or Auto: Auto

    plant age:Drop in the water 30 days ago

    pot size: 7 gal

    has it been repotted? and when?: No

    soil type: Fox Farm Happy Frog

    nutes or additives used and how often for soil: Bio Bizz - Root juice & Bio Heaven about half the recommended dosage

    Air temps (max min): 18C to 26C

    Res temps (max min): Not sure

    humidity: 50 - 70

    lighting type and wattage (hps, led, cfl): MH 1000 w 40" distance.

    Light schedule: 18 - 6

    ph level:not sure

    EC (hydro and coco only) not sure

    Background EC. not sure

    feed schedule and nutes (for hydro and coco) not sure

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    TBH all should be fine from what you say... your light could be a little closer & they look a little hungry

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    TBH all should be fine from what you say... your light could be a little closer & they look a little hungry
    Ok thanks, I'll try some Bio Bizz Grow at the next watering hopefully the green will come back. Any suggestions on the dosage, full, 1/2, 1/4 or other?
    I use to toke, now I take vitamins

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    I've never used Bio Bizz so I can't really comment

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    I've used bio bizz with success.

    Never mix your grow with the heaven. Stop the heaven and do half strength grow.

    I used to use the heaven inbetween feeds of half strength grow and algamic.



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    Ive just seen the soil your using, it's a good soil so I'm told by folks across the pond.

    Go with quarter strength grow and your normal root stim, just incase there is some food left in the pot. It's a big old pot so I'd be surprised if is empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    I've used bio bizz with success.

    Never mix your grow with the heaven. Stop the heaven and do half strength grow.

    I used to use the heaven inbetween feeds of half strength grow and algamic.



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    Awesome! that's useful, Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cancangrower View Post
    Awesome! that's useful, Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    Ive just seen the soil your using, it's a good soil so I'm told by folks across the pond.

    Go with quarter strength grow and your normal root stim, just incase there is some food left in the pot. It's a big old pot so I'd be surprised if is empty.

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    Just incase you missed my 2nd post^^^^^^


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    Just incase you missed my 2nd post^^^^^^


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    Thanks Ironman I'll add in a bit of the root juice as well. If all else fails I just piss on it.

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    That looks overwatered tbh

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    Just an update, I added in a light dose of Bio Bizz Grow and the color came back and it seems to be recovering. Thanks Talkers

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    I think what you were seeing initially was a combination of transplant shock/root injury, and possibly compounded by the use of Fox Farms, which is pretty hot straight out of the bag and some strains just don't enjoy it too much at first. I'm not saying FF stuff isn't good, but it is almost too good for some circumstances.

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    Here's another update on the sickly prick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimster View Post
    I think what you were seeing initially was a combination of transplant shock/root injury, and possibly compounded by the use of Fox Farms, which is pretty hot straight out of the bag and some strains just don't enjoy it too much at first. I'm not saying FF stuff isn't good, but it is almost too good for some circumstances.
    All that mate and if you have some root stimulant, that can help relax a shocked plant
    All about patience with soil, its easy to go chasing your tail
    looking for quick turn around when all it needs is time
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    Just posting an update on this plant. It seems to have worked it's self out. This auto has just entered flower and is now the tallest in the tent.

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