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Whats Wrong with my Plant?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by jopake21, Jan 30, 2013.


    jopake21 Member

    Hey guys, Ive been growing for about 2 years. Me and my roomate have just started hydroponically and so far everythings going well ive done tons of research and am still doing so day and night. But my white widow has all of a sudden just started dying and yellowing up terribly, i took a pic to my local hydroshop and med shop and they said theyve never seen anything like it but i was almost sure it was a defficiency but its just getting worse.Also it honestly looks so much worse in person than in person, the colas are slouched now and just shitty in general. The only thing i dont get is why thats my only plant doing that i have 4 more in the same resevoir and they're doing great! Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    *BUDS Well-Known Member

    I think its burnt, both by nutes and room temps. Either way its shocking. Your feeding is out so are temps also do you have pathogen control in the res H2O2?

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    Your pH is what? Your PPM/EC is what? And Buds is steering you right. One plant in 4? Expect more of the same. Treat the root problem.

    jopake21 Member

    My ph is 6.0, my ppm is 300, and how can i treat the root problem i notcied my roots were brownish and had nutrient build up so i washed my whole DWC bubbleponics system clean last night reset the nutes and added a little cali magic, ph was then readjusted to 6.1 and i used teh rule of thumb for it possibly being burnt by my 1000w hps and at the top of the plant its perfect, plus i have the osculating fan going. any ideas or quick fixes to root rot get at me! thanks guys i appreciate it alot!!!!

    The2TimEr Well-Known Member

    It would take alot for a plant to look that bad.. do you not look at it now and then? research how to grow??

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    A little hydrogen peroxide can help. Others on here can steer you to the strength H2O2 to use and how much.

    jopake21 Member

    I look at them multiple times a day.... it took place over night when they started to look bad but the temps were normal an the ph is normal i have other vibrant plants in my garden, plus i grew soil before taking on hydroponics ive read put in plenty hours of research and bought plenty of books on it and all the proper equipment, the reason i resorted to asking on this website because i cant figure out whats wrong i even took it to my dispensary, and local hydro store and they couldnt figure it out, figured it was a deficiency and reset the whole system and the onset of the symptoms and them dying took place with in a 24hr period where nothing in teh growing environment was tampered with...

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