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    Hey Chaps, please can someone help.

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    Ph 6.5- 6.8
    Nutes - Biobizz
    Light - 2 x 600w HPS
    Temps/ Humidity bang on.

    Initially from the 1st I photo I though Magnesium Def- I didn't treat it I just adjusted PH. Since things have gotten worse - and I don't know what to do or what is causing it.

    The edge of the leaves are curling up and all fan leaves have a wrinkled appearance.

    The leaves a drooping as-well, but this may be to under-watering as the fabric pots are more aerated I made the cardinal mistake of watering them as if they were standard plastic pots.

    Please if anyone can help It would be much appreciated



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    That is probably the issue

    That said, you are also looking as if there are some heat stress issues....
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    That is probably the issue

    That said, you are also looking as if there are some heat stress issues....
    What would you suggest to solve the issue ?. Heat stress, I don't think so temps are good around the clock. and good air flow also lights are at a good height from plants.

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    that yellow banding on the leaves looks very much like a cal/mg issue
    are you in a soft water area?? if so you must add small quantities of cal/mg into the feeding schedule

    since it's not under natural white light this might be completely wrong,

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    I would have said heat stress but you have stated that temps are bang on, and the lights are at a good distance. Is the deformity all over the plant or is it just present at the top or bottom. What are your roots like?
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    When I see leaves like you have, the first thing that comes to mind is P or K over feeding. You mentioned soil as the medium, but is it dirt, Fox Farms, Vermiculite? How much an how often are you feeding, and how old are the plants? Flowering or vegging?
    The devil is in the details. Do you have a PPM/EC meter to check your nutrient levels in the soil or the overflow from watering? If you are having nutrient issues, this is a good place to start checking. A foliar spray of magnesium would add magnesium and bypassing the roots, which should show a very fast improvement if the issue is a magnesium deficiency, but I think the problem is P or K in nature. Too much of either can cause deficiencies in other nutrients... as well as each other!

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    More pictures hope this makes in more clear.

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    so glad it isn't cal/mg, natural light is definitely the way to go
    you feeding them with cold tap water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.gr33n View Post
    so glad it isn't cal/mg, natural light is definitely the way to go
    you feeding them with cold tap water?

    Yeah mate the water is usually cold tap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud Lightyear View Post
    Pics of the whole plant in natural light please...


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    done mate, let me know what you think.

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    soil is bio bizz all mix so nutes already in there. feed once every two days - the strength is according to the bio bizz nutrient chart.

    given the new pictures what do you think it could be.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by spooky View Post
    Hey Chaps, please can someone help.

    Info

    Soil
    Ph 6.5- 6.8
    Nutes - Biobizz
    Light - 2 x 600w HPS
    Temps/ Humidity bang on.

    Initially from the 1st I photo I though Magnesium Def- I didn't treat it I just adjusted PH. Since things have gotten worse - and I don't know what to do or what is causing it.

    The edge of the leaves are curling up and all fan leaves have a wrinkled appearance.

    The leaves a drooping as-well, but this may be to under-watering as the fabric pots are more aerated I made the cardinal mistake of watering them as if they were standard plastic pots.

    Please if anyone can help It would be much appreciated



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    Hard or soft water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spooky View Post
    soil is bio bizz all mix so nutes already in there. feed once every two days - the strength is according to the bio bizz nutrient chart.

    given the new pictures what do you think it could be.

    thanks
    Lol ok throw that bloody chart in the bin too, only good for wiping asses mate. They will have you frying fuck out of all your plants man.

    I tell ya I dont get it one bit... Build a soil and then just water n maybe molasses??

    Its not hard to build but yet every one want to piss about with bottles ect. If ya a bottle pro like BB then its a cracking way to do things but I see so many fucked up soil grows with bottled nutes I honestly wonder why the inexperienced growers dont either go coco or build a soil.

    Its gonna take years to learn bottle nutes and feeding in soil amd you quite simply have to be gifted like BB or a microbiologist/botonist lol.

    A few ammendments ect and you got a soil you will reuse over and over by just reamending and there is virtually no way of over feeding them or at least they won't suffer toxicity???

    Why? Why?

    What so scary about building a soil?
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