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    Default Plant leaves turning brown and plant dying.....

    So this happened to 3 other plants of mine, 2 before flower and one 2 weeks into flower!

    The leaves droop and turn brown and this doesn't stop until it is completely like below (this is a different plant)

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    This is the plant on July 22:

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    And on July 25th, just before the Sulfur Spray

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    Then on 7/25 I spray "BONIDE PRODUCTS INC 142 Sulfur Plant Fungicide Organically Controls Rust, Leaf Spot and Powdery Mildew" ...... mix = 4 Tbs into 1.3 gallon sprayer, because I after much research determined that this was "Rust Fungi"

    The following pictures are of the plant a few days after Foliar Spray on July 31 (sorry about the spots, they are due to my amateur spraying abilities and since then I have learned to shake off the plants and not leaves droplets behind):

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    One last thing to add:
    After spraying I kept reading and looking around and also came to a conclusion that it is possible that the plant could be rootbound and thus I transplanted it from a 10 gallon to a 15 gallon about 3 days later on 7/28 from spray day.



    Soil = Fox Farm Ocean Forest
    Days into flower = 22
    Nutrients = Fox Farm
    Avg Temps = 77-85 degrees

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    Sorry to see this mate,she's really struggling. Can I ask what your water schedule is like and how much/often you are feeding her?

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    Oh wow that is a terrible sight!..as kurdt asked your watering regime would be useful here by the looks of things

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    There are 2 things that come to mind. Fox Farms is a potent growing medium that already has a lot of nutrients in it. If you added any type of fertilizer, etc, then you probably overfed it with way too much nitrogen. The other possibility was the spray that you used. I have seen some sulfur based products burn the sh*t out of plants from the sulfur and water combining to make sulfuric acid, so that is something to consider.

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    and/or root rot.

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    Looks like me daughters Ash trees she bought and left them in baking heat for a few days in a porch
    JMO looking cooked

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    Thanks for your concern! Water every 3 days, I check with finger but also look at leaves to see if they are drooping, trust me on this please but that looks so not watered where the leaves are looking dry as heck but I watered just before, I also keep a journal almost very detailed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimster View Post
    There are 2 things that come to mind. Fox Farms is a potent growing medium that already has a lot of nutrients in it. If you added any type of fertilizer, etc, then you probably overfed it with way too much nitrogen. The other possibility was the spray that you used. I have seen some sulfur based products burn the sh*t out of plants from the sulfur and water combining to make sulfuric acid, so that is something to consider.
    So the drooping happens before the spray, after the spray they look better.

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    mix = 4 Tbs into 1.3 gallon sprayer, because I after much research determined that this was "Rust Fungi"

    That seems a bit excessive that does and by looking at that residue
    First thought was someone had been spanking a monkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
    and/or root rot.
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    and/or root rot.
    So for root rot I got Hydroguard and I guess I will feed this next, didn't want to over-do so I haven't yet but I'll check and make sure it's completely dry soil before I do. After looking at your comment I spent some time researching "Root Rot" and I don't think it is due to the following reason:

    In soil I can dig up the roots and check, which i did when I transplanted her. And you can get close to the roots and see if you smell mildew or rotting smell, and I didn't. And looking at the roots, they will look brown-colored instead of white or cream color, and they did look white/cream, definatley not brown. Here is a pic of the bottom of the smart pot that was the old pot:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greengrass View Post
    Looks like me daughters Ash trees she bought and left them in baking heat for a few days in a porch
    JMO looking cooked
    But then the plants next to it and around it should do something similar and they don't. And I even checked with a lumens meter, plus I have flowered with similar bulb, same lamp (Double Ended Air Cooled) and that flower came out fine. The heat is high, yes someone said that, I am doing my best to get it down to 79 degrees while lights are on but it won't budge 85 degrees right now.

    Attached is a chart of my temps, yes it did hit almost 90 1 day but that day here it got past 100 degrees outside and plus I added another inline fan to suck air out and toned the lights down from 1000w to 750w.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greengrass View Post
    mix = 4 Tbs into 1.3 gallon sprayer, because I after much research determined that this was "Rust Fungi"

    That seems a bit excessive that does and by looking at that residue
    First thought was someone had been spanking a monkey
    lol

    you're in a jolly mood mate!

    good for you!

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    Have the girls pulled through?

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