As the title says could 10L pots be too small for my plants?
Growing GHS lemon skunk, I vegged for 5 weeks and im in week 7 of 12/12 and i am experiencing some serious problems.
Do i need bigger pots !?!?!?
I want to sail away to a distant shore..........an' live like an ape man.
I have never owned larger than 11L pot when growing in soil or coco. If you are experiencing serious problems you might want to consider looking elsewhere for the culprit.
It would be more useful if you talked about what is wrong with your plant as opposed to simply stating what you think might be the cause of something you don't actually discuss.
I believe that if life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade... And try to find somebody whose life has given them vodka, and have a party.
sorry for not explaining further guys its just ive already posted a thread on my problems and i didnt want to take over the forum with my troubles ...
My plant is in week 7 12/12 and the leaves are all yellowing and the sugar leaves on the main cola are all brown an dying. someone suggested root lock out and that is why i ask about my pot size ...
I don't think some cramped root would cause that. Looks like they aren't getting any water but obviously you water them. I think it some other sort of root problem. Maybe pot bound roots aren't helping but its hard to belive its the only problem you have here. Not to mention 90% of root growth happens in veg so you would have seen problems like this much earlier than 7 weeks into flower. All I can say for sure is at least its close to the end and its not a total loss. The only other thing I can think of is a wilting fungus like fusarium wilt (sp?) but pics aren't detailed enough to see the top buds. The bottom leaves look like normal yellowing from n def in late flower. Top leaves dieing could be from a lack of some micro nute but if that's the case it would be very far along. Idk just rambling to see if maybe I spark a light bulb for you.
You can usually tell if its rootbound, the plant drinks quickly and even after drenching it still feels light compared to one not rootbound.
I think your plant is dead, or may as well be.
If you are in week 7 of 12/12 it is very unlikely that you will be able to do anything to turn her around - may as well chop her and salvage what you can before it gets worse.
4 liters for every week of veg is a good rule of thumb