Marijuana Plant Problems
Super Lemon Haze Nutrient Deficiency or Burn? in the
The Grow Room forums; Plant is four weeks old, in hydro D.W.C. Growing info is as follows:
-Started feeding at 0.2ec at the end ...
Super Lemon Haze Nutrient Deficiency or Burn?
Plant is four weeks old, in hydro D.W.C. Growing info is as follows:
-Started feeding at 0.2ec at the end of the forst week of growth. Gradually went up to 0.7 over the plants four weeks of growth.
-P.h is 5.6
-Water temps are around 20 degrees
-Room temp is usually around 28 degrees with 50-60% humidity.
-Strain is super lemon haze.
Can't figure out whether its burnt or deficient. I have just started growing so any help would be much appreciated.
looks like mag/cal def to me but u got to understand u cant look at the leaf that has the damage its already been done. look at the shoots to see if yr on the right track or not
Have to agree with mag/cal def. Feed a mag/cal supplement and watch the new growth,should start seeing results in about a week.
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mag.cal def for sure, just wait after adding a supplement. doing to much tends to stress out the plant even more.
Great help. I had a feeling it could be this. Can anyone suggest anything other than cal-mag plus, as it is very difficult to get a hold of it where i live in terms of available shipping. I read somewhere that sea salt contains both cal and mag but i'm not sure if this is legit. Does anyone know if there is a common additive, like epsom salt for mag, that can be dissolved and added to a hydro set up and that treats both cal and mag deficiency? If so what is the recommended amount in terms of an e.c rating if the additive?
magical from technafloras line works pretty good.