Are those your veg and bloom nutes?? I would use the 3-2-3 for this feed, but in the future you want something that favors N less (but still present) and P - K more when flowering...Uncle Ben says that something like 1-3-2 is ideal.
So I think I found the problem last night.
I transplanted to a 7 litre pot, when I removed it from its current pot the coco disintegrated........zero new root growth in the 7 days it had been in the pot. Root ball is the same as when transplanted. The other plant that was transplanted on the same day has a nice fat root ball twice the size of the skunk.
If I feed it a root stimulator will it recover?
you could try superthrive . it might help bulk up the roots.
I am mentally incapable !! So do not, at any time listen to a word i say I'm here for the fun of it and now't more,!!!!!!! just waiting for the apes to take over the planet that is all.............. you may be seatedTOO MUCH LOVE WILL KILL YOUR PLANTS
If you had transplanted into a vigger pot 7 dys ago and there has been no new root growth then its not root bound is it??
The transplant has shocked the roots nothin to do with roots bein choked up. Try some superthrive or ghe bio roots and it may trigger more growth
Current Grow - Exo Cheese (UK Clone only) & SLH (UK Clone only) + a few others
Man, this is what killed the bubblegum I started at the same time as this skunk......died after the first transplant.
You live and learn I suppose.
Hey quick question...when you transplanted, did you make sure to thoroughly water the soil that you were planting into before placing you lady in there? And after that, did you make sure to thoroughly water again? Not doing so can result in the symptoms you're describing...