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Do you know what's wrong with these leaves?

Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by Fractalicious, Jan 9, 2013.


    Fractalicious Member

    Using AN 3-part, B-52, Liquid Karma, Cal-Mag (maybe not enough???) I'm using RO water, but I'm only adding half of what is suggested because the label says if I'm using AN 3-part I won't need cal/mag (even when using RO water). I suspect this is incorrect, and any advice would be appreciated.

    Running RDWC using LED's. Temp/RH/PH all good.

    Check out the picts:

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    OG Superfly

    OG Superfly Member

    I would say your lighting, but then again I am no expert, just an old schooler trying to learn the ways of the newer younger generation......


    Chopsticks33 Active Member

    what is your ppm level? what is you ph? u doing dwc? how is your root looking?

    Fractalicious Member

    PPM 550-600
    RH 50%
    temp 75
    ph 5.6 - 5.7

    The light is off for the photo. Ambient light coming from other side of room. Roots look great.

    caveman97 Member

    looks like a Mg def to me, my plant is goin through the same thing. i still need to figure out a way to fix it tho

    graab187 Active Member

    My last run in soil had the same problem. Crinkled and crunchy leaves. I'm pretty sure it's mag def but not 100%. When I saw the problem in my soil grow I thought it was over watering so I backed off on the water and it seemed to recede. But obv yours is hydro so

    Chopsticks33 Active Member

    I had simliar problem before. at the end i found out my ph meter are f up. u using co2? try to flush it and only use 3 part and cal mag

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