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    Hey guys,

    So im on my first grow. Ive got everything setup and ive just put my first girl in. Its a 'Pink Runtz' bag seed that has been vegging in the conservatory for 6 weeks.

    She seemed to have really liked it for the first 48 hours but ive checked this morning to find her a bit sorry looking!

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    Any advice is much appreciated..

    The pot is 17L
    Bio Bizz Nutes

    TIA

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    soil or coco?

    seems a bit dry tbh.. how often you feeding?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Krofam View Post
    soil or coco?

    seems a bit dry tbh.. how often you feeding?
    Hey Krofam!

    This one is Bio Bizz, light mix.
    The soil doesnt seem overly dry although i gave a litre yesterday and there was no run off. How much would you recommend feeding? Ive just been making 1 ltr mixes of Bio Grow and feeding in one lot...

    Every couple of days or 'as and when' at the moment.
    Im really clueless on the whole situation and im winging it!

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    This is the top, any ideas on the yellowy patches? Likely the same problem as the leaves or something else?


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    you need to feed and aim for about 20% runoff. ensure soil is saturated enough to last a couple days. ( soil growers may correct me as im not 100% sure)

    as for the patch, it seems genetic. ive had this happen before on a couple leaves but i just removed them. no new ones grew back.

    have a look at some completed or ongoing soil grows. you can learn alot from them.

    or better yet, start a diary mate. its the better option. you can ask all the questions you want on there and you'll forever have it for reference in one place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krofam View Post
    you need to feed and aim for about 20% runoff. ensure soil is saturated enough to last a couple days. ( soil growers may correct me as im not 100% sure)

    as for the patch, it seems genetic. ive had this happen before on a couple leaves but i just removed them. no new ones grew back.

    have a look at some completed or ongoing soil grows. you can learn alot from them.

    or better yet, start a diary mate. its the better option. you can ask all the questions you want on there and you'll forever have it for reference in one place.
    Great advice about watering the plants (100% right )

    Also like to add, use a cane/pencil to stick in the soil, if no wet soil sticks to the cane (about 6" deep) it's a good time to water.
    lift the pots before and after you water the plants to get used to the weight diffence

    after few crops you will look at the pot size, lift the pot and know if you need to water or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krofam View Post
    you need to feed and aim for about 20% runoff. ensure soil is saturated enough to last a couple days. ( soil growers may correct me as im not 100% sure)

    as for the patch, it seems genetic. ive had this happen before on a couple leaves but i just removed them. no new ones grew back.

    have a look at some completed or ongoing soil grows. you can learn alot from them.

    or better yet, start a diary mate. its the better option. you can ask all the questions you want on there and you'll forever have it for reference in one place.


    I think ive worked it out... i stupidly sprayed her with canna cure as i put her into the tent, with the light on. I think the LED cooked the residue that was sat on the leaves (

    Looking a little better today!

    I think a diary may be the way to go, i can then document and learn from these little mistakes


    Thanks, Jacks. A brilliant pointer

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