2nd grow

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by biglac, Mar 23, 2013.

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    biglac

    biglac Member

    6k sealed co2 az medical grow(pix 1-2 applejack 3-4 white widow 5-12 gdp) dont know wtf happen to the gdp

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    delvite

    delvite Well-Known Member

    so what happened to them?
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    Figong

    Figong Well-Known Member

    Good amount of chlorosis, a bit of a necrotic issue.. multiple tox, (lights too close, foliar w/oil-based just before lights on.. is my guess) and that's just based on 2 pics alone. I would think it's easier to ask what hasn't happened to them. This is by no means a bash, I feel it's a fair statement based on the pics in question.
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    wk 1-2(55gal) botanicare 250ml pure pro bloom, 250ml pure pro grow, 2tbsp open sesame,100ml liquid karma,100ml cal mag, 150ml aqua shield, 200ml sweet, 150ml silica, 2tsp greatwhite 850 ppm ph 6.0
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    i did sprayed it w some azmax might b the prob
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    i sprayed all of them w the azmax but only the gdp got burnt up
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    Figong

    Figong Well-Known Member

    Soil or hydro? If soil.. the problem is the pH... 6.0 locks out P, which is shown in the stems being reddish in pic #5, as well as yellow lowers, stunted and deformed new growth.. and unless you were giving that cal/mag foliar... it was locked out by the same pH problem that locked out the P. The necrosis I guessed at is reflected in what you've said regarding the pH as well, Mg being locked out causes necrosis.. as well as the reddening of the stems, and the yellow lowers just the same. I can't tell if the twisted growth was caused by other things, or the plants were short on B as well.. which is semi-rare, but could happen from time to time.
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    Still trying to learn
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    Coco in ebb and grow buckets
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    Thanks for the help figong
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    Figong

    Figong Well-Known Member

    Ah ha, ok.. for coco, you'd do better to shoot a tad lower than 6.0 .. 6.0 is the 'far end' and very close to locking out K, it also locks out Ca, Fe, and B right at the 6.0 mark - of which some of the very same symptoms I've mentioned overlap. Here's a pic for a visual representation:

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    biglac

    biglac Member

    Just went to adjust ph to 5.8...so do I flush it or just leave it b??
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    Figong

    Figong Well-Known Member

    I would flush them with 3x the water as the pot size.. then re-adjust pH and hope it works. Looks like those have been suffering for more than a little bit. How long have they been like this?
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    Just about a wk n half now
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    Figong

    Figong Well-Known Member

    Yes, definitely flush and re-pH.. check canopy top temps as well.. you dont want the lights baking them while they're trying to recover. Nothing foliar unless it's all natural, not oil-based, and mandatory for pest control... next time they get anything.. pH'd water only, go light on the nutes when they're in the feed schedule next, just so they have time to work through this. With issues like this, it's best to let us know as soon as possible.. your yield will suffer for every day you let it lapse, especially when it gets to this point.
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    Flushing 20130323_035034.jpg ph adjusted 20130323_034635.jpg 20130323_034635.jpg lights adjusted 20130323_034645.jpg
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    EasyPound

    EasyPound Active Member

    Are they even salvageable? Looks pretty far/late in the game. Dunno just curious as I'm pretty green to this! Sub'd
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    Figong

    Figong Well-Known Member

    We're going to find out, am hoping so.. as long as we're not fighting with pythium they have a solid chance - we'll see how these turn out, and pH needs checked every 8 hours tops until we're sure that there's not massive pH flux given the intake the plants may be requiring.
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    EasyPound

    EasyPound Active Member

    Very cool, hate to see 'em lost. What type of water do you use if you don't mine me asking? Tap, Dist, RO, Spring, etc.? Best of luck man, U CAN DO IT :eyesmoke:
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    biglac

    biglac Member

    Hey guys so I flushed it last nite n flushed it w clearex again tonite...I hope it makes a come back

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