crispy and yellowing leaves

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by KronToker, Dec 26, 2006.

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    KronToker

    KronToker Active Member

    the tips on my leaves are turning yellow and getting crispy but its not a heat issue, i am using flouros with basically no heat, and i thought it was nute burn for a while but i havent used any nutes in a long time, any other suggestions, could this be a ph problem? the plant seems to be growing fine still but a few of the leaves are having this problem
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    mafia101

    mafia101 Active Member

    yea i think its eithe ph or chlorine problem
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    mogie

    mogie Well-Known Member

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    big blues

    big blues Active Member

    what do u do aboput chlorine problems??
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    big blues

    big blues Active Member

    what do u do about chlorine problems
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    socom3riot

    socom3riot Well-Known Member

    if ur using tap water, dont use it straight from the tap, let it sit out for a couple days to let the chlorine evaporate.
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    Jonus

    Jonus Well-Known Member

    What is the pH of the water you are feeding them, and what is the pH of the runoff from your pots.
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    socom3riot

    socom3riot Well-Known Member

    I dunno if its cuz im using the drops ph testing , but when I check the runoff from my soil , its showing as 6.0 or lower as a yellow color when I put the drops in. I even flushed it with like 5-6 times the water it could hold, and its still showing as extremely acidic.. think this is just because of something in the soil reacting with my drops? or do u think this is actually acurate showing its really acidic?

    (srry not trying to hijack ur thread)
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    big blues

    big blues Active Member

    can anyone help me. i got a walk in wardrobe with black and white around and its got a nice air flow.. im using 1 400wat light and got 6 pots using soil. i have tried 3 times and my leaves keep going curled up or really light pale green.. they start off nice thenstar gettin light green and even goin gold at the tips and curling up. im just about to flush them with water and no chemicals only ph down. this is the strange thing,, a mate of mine using the same furtilisers and the same ph and ec rodds has the same clones and his is working fine, like i said aswell iv tried 3 times. any advice is welcome cheers. my ph is on 6.5 as iv been told to keep it up for now and my temp is around 77-80f. humidity is v.low 30-40%
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    iamcenter

    iamcenter Member

    Hello, Please help


    5 Skunk , 5 Cheese, 3 Widow, 5 Diesel

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFQ1GoCLAV8

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKojNbOBTwU

    Germinated in paper with 6.5 water 3 days then planted in small cups for 7 days,
    moved into 5 Gallon soil and fed 6.5 ph'ed water.

    plants are very small for 2 weeks after transplanting and look all crispy and yellowish with some of them sign of burn.

    After a week, Fed Dyna Grow 1/4 what they say with 1/2 fish mix, Ph'ed water 6.5
    NO OVERWATER

    Soil bought from a garden shop, PH 7.0 tested in the soil.
    Mixed soil with 15% perlite.

    1 Lamp 600W HPS 16 inch far and 2 Lamps 400W HPS 12 inch far
    18/6 light

    Humidity is between 40 and 65 always.

    in and out air circulation is perfect.
    fan always running.
    At night heater makes room 68F and during day heater turns of and temp is 95F
    Outside temp is 55F night and 68F day. (its winter cold)

    I dont know what to do more.
    Help Needed.
    Thanks
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    thatsmessedup

    thatsmessedup Active Member

    95f is too hot
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    hsfkush

    hsfkush Well-Known Member

    I was thinking the same.
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    Bakatare666

    Bakatare666 Well-Known Member

    24 hrs. is fine, but it should be in a pot or something with open surface area, not a milk jug or something with a small opening like that.
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    Bakatare666

    Bakatare666 Well-Known Member

    Start your own thread so you get some answers and are not rude the OP of this thread.
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    Bakatare666

    Bakatare666 Well-Known Member

    Start your own thread so you get some answers and are not rude the OP of this thread.
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    Bakatare666

    Bakatare666 Well-Known Member

    You'll really get more answers and views if you start your own thread, and it's more polite to the OP of this one.
    For starters, 6.0 is not TOO far off what you want, and you don't say what you are flushing with.
    2 good things to add when you start your thread.:wink:

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