Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by MidniteToKKer, Nov 30, 2012.
I have a flash babylon and afghan kush ryder and they both seem to be getting leaves like this
More details please. What are they in? What kind of nutes? Temps, humidity, lighting? Age?
here's a pretty good pix guide with causes and cures..
just look at the pix for what ever one is the closest to what you have now..
At racerboy thanks 4 da help it really helped out
also check runoff ph as it could also cause lockout
looks like a calcium deficiency how old are they?
whats the lights on veg or flower looks like start of flower or you should start lol
what soil are you using i hope not miracle grow
what Nutes if any are you using?
Im using roots,organic soil I feed them fox farm nutes 600 watt metal halide temp is 75-76 and they are 6 weeks old
do you water your plants everytime with nutes or like nutes then plain water and plain water again?
also whats your PH it could be PH lock out check the PH run off to see the ph of the soil
I water plain water once den nutes den plain water again and run off is at 5.8 snd I feed at 6.5 ph
well then it cant be the PH lock out atlease i dont beleave umm and using nutes then plain water it shouldnt be missing anything.......im sorry dude i cant help you here but ill ask around some of my buddys they have been doing it a little longer then me
if using organic runoff should be a touch above 6.0
if so feed .3 points higher
I feed at 6.5 today with nutes and run off came to 5.8 ill see by morning how they are
so if a "nute line" is being used and a plant shows a deficiency is the prob bad ph? i would assume if using a good nute line everything should be available right....
from the first pic i would say heat stress scars, the second pic i would say calcium....but this can look like the aftereffects of heat burn, also. Third pic i dont see the problem
microlife does not respond well to sub 6.0 ph chemical yes but organics no
Well the problem was not fixed looks like she got worst idk why
some update pics?
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Heres an update of the of ladys still are not kooking good
Does anyone know how long regular seefs can grow for vegative stage in a gallon pot
ive already told you whats wrong i have dealt with biobizz directly gardening organic ph on soil
im sick of banging on in a thread with some one who does not want my advice
3-4 weeks on avg
Sounds good den thanks for hekp ill let you kno how it goes
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