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First grow :D

Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by Cubes15128, Aug 9, 2017.

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    Cubes15128

    Cubes15128 Active Member

    Hey guys first grow here lol got a few plants goin,3 in soil and one dwc. Idk strains unfortunately but 3 are from Reggie ones from some dank bud I had lol two biggest ones are Alil over a month old, ones in a 1.2gal pot and the other is a 2gallon I think. I'll update regularly with more info and pics :D
     

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    Cubes15128

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    IMG_0826.JPG Here's the clones I got goin right now :) just cut a milk jug in two, only had the top off for a picture
     
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    Cubes15128

    Cubes15128 Active Member

    Hey guys whatsup, so I just noticed some black spots on my leaves, I found a couple things online but couldn't I'm not sure if it's it. I wanted to see what you guys think! Leaves look glossy also IMG_0843.JPG IMG_0842.JPG IMG_0845.JPG and my other plants don't have these problems. Any insight would be great :D
     
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    Cx2H

    Cx2H Well-Known Member

    Greetings.

    What medium are you in?
    What are you feeding them?
    pH?
    Do you have Ca:Mg?
     
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    Cubes15128

    Cubes15128 Active Member

    It's in MG soil xD I picked out all the fert balls in it.
    And I'm feeding it advanced nutrients micro, grow, bloom. Last watering I added 2ml/liter of voodoo juice and b-52 to the base nutes same 2ml/liter which is their "seedling" recommended dosage.I haven't tested runoff since I transplanted but I water with distilled water phd at 6.8. And no I don't have cal+mag :/ I didn't get any thinking the advanced nutrients lineup would cover it.
    Temps are 70-79 humidity 47-52%
    I'm running a platinum 300 led Lol I doubt that has anything to do with it tho
    Edit- it has been "fed" twice, I've been doing nutes, plain water, nutes
     
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    Cubes15128

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    IMG_0847.JPG You can see it Alil more today xD I have another plant right beside it IMG_0846.JPG that looks perfect so I'm not so sure it's a bug problem.
     
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    Cx2H

    Cx2H Well-Known Member

    Greetings. Looking like calcium shortage.
    I used all of AN line before and it's no different from the others besides costing more. You still need Ca:Mg.
     
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    Cubes15128

    Cubes15128 Active Member

    Thanks! I'll order some up :D will any kind do or is there a really good brand out there?
     
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    Cx2H

    Cx2H Well-Known Member

    Botanicare is pretty standard here, 5 ml per gallon and put some in a spray bottle and mist couple times a week.
     
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    Cubes15128

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    Thanks! Should I use a special soap mixed in for the foliar spray? Or would reg dawn dish soap be safe? I remember reading on it briefly but don't recall what they said to use so the spray will coat evenly and not bead up
     
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    Cx2H

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    Either a clear organic soap or baby shampoo is what I use. Use very little, no foam.
     
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    Cubes15128

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    IMG_0851.JPG IMG_0858.JPG IMG_0859.JPG So the two plants I'm manifolding are growing pretty quick :D I started bending them today just a bit and will go farther every 3-4 days probably. I'll get some pics of my other plants up soon too
     
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    Buba Blend

    Buba Blend Well-Known Member

    MG without the 3 months feed can be used, I guess results vary but results are never as good as when using a good soil. The one with the 3 month feed does not grow MJ very well. Never heard of removing the fert balls. Lots to learn, put energy into figuring out your next soil. Choosing a popular one that others here use will make it easier for people to diagnose your problems in the future.
    My 1st guess is you were giving ferts way to soon. I doubt that little plant had any deficiencies yet. It probably would have looked healthy even in MG at this stage if given water only IMHO.
     
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    Rollinituptoo

    Rollinituptoo Member

    You have to lst the two new shoots that emerge not the fan leaves like in your picture. I'd also say to me, it appears they are getting to much nitrogen... I could be wrong but they look pretty deep green. Either way looking good. You should also turn off the lights, turn on the flash, and snap a picture. Hard to diagnose under any light really.
     
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    Cubes15128

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    IMG_0842.JPG
    I'm using the MG 6 month feed lol that's what I have around here that I could find at the time. I've found some pro-mix 3 month feed or their organic 6 month feed since then, think either of those would be better? And I probably did lol they just slowed growth down really bad so I thought they were hungry, they took off after I fed them so idk? The one is from some Reggie so I know the strain will be pretty sensitive to bottle nutes probably. And yea sorry about the lights guys lol there's a few pics earlier in the thread that are under normal light and yes my Reggie plant is very deep green xD my other plant not so much, it's loving life right now :D here's a pic of the regg plant under normal light from a few days ago. I'll have to get new pics later today of them both. Also I was gonna go ahead and chop the fan leaves off since the new growth leaves are big enough and another member said I probably should. Whatcha guys think?
     
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    Rollinituptoo

    Rollinituptoo Member

    I would wait to chop them. Personally I believe it needs some older fan leaf's to help drive the new growth. Reduce the amount of times you pluck leaf's or trim your plant. It will stunt it's growth slightly and you don't want to over do it. I would also look into getting a feed that isn't slow release as it may not release the proper nutrients. Ie nitrogen in veg and phosphorus in flower... It may be best for you to order online. Most of my equipment has been shipped to me from half way across the world. My extraction fan alone I had to buy from the only Canadian retailer 3/4 of the way across the country.
     
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    Rollinituptoo

    Rollinituptoo Member

    They look to have slight yellowing in the leaves. I am no diagnose expert, and I'm sure people could argue for hours about what they think it is... But it's something
     
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    Cubes15128

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    Damn lol well I've seen a lot of commercial growers using pro-mix, but the only kind around me has either 3 or 6 month slow release nutes. They are $18 for 3.8cu ft. And the ones online like the pro-mix HP are $60 and change for the same 3.8 cu ft bail. Lol what soil do you guys use!? I've got an organic compost from high mountain compost I wanna try later on but I have all these bottle nutes now so Idk lol soil has been my number one frustration so far
     
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    Cubes15128

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    Yes there is a yellowing to it, around where the spots are and where new spots will appear soon I'm guessing, it's turning slightly yellow
     
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    Rolla J

    Rolla J Well-Known Member

    Never had any problems with fox farm ocean forest and perlite. I use A seed starting mix for atleast the first 2 weeks then upot to ffof. Veg another 4 weeks. The uppot again to flower. Water for 3 to 4 weeks then add pk booster
     
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