Dying leaves

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by scorp77, Jun 14, 2018.

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    scorp77

    scorp77 New Member

    Hello everyone! I'm hoping someone can help me out. One of my girls started to develop brown spots on some of her fan leaves - over the past week or so around 5 leaves have gotten the spots, which grow bigger until the leaf dies. Otherwise, she looks good for the most part. I have her growing in Fox Farm Ocean Forest, and haven't given her any nutrients yet. I checked the pH of the runoff with litmus paper and it looked to be somewhere in the range of 6.5-7.0. Does anyone have any idea what she may need? IMG_3572.jpg IMG_3571.jpg [ IMG_3570.jpg IMG_3568.jpg
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    They're starving. Feed and include cal mag in every feeding for a while at least.
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    The leaves curling up? Praying for magnesium. Spots are calcium deficiency. Easy on the nitrogen at first because it's just starting to show.
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    I actually switched from fox Farms because of mag issues. I never had issues until they opened their second plant. Which is where my soil started coming from. I used it for years and decided to switch to the RO 707. So like hot rod mentioned above. Start giving them some N at low rates as well as some cal/mag. The problem will only get worse if you don't correct it now. They look healthy otherwise.

    GL
     
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    scorp77

    scorp77 New Member

    Great! Thanks for the quick replies. For supplementing the extra calcium and magnesium, would you guys recommend the Botanicare Cal-Mag Plus?
     
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    Beachwalker

    Beachwalker Well-Known Member

    Yes big plant so time to feed..! Also I would add some Epsom salt for magnesium, or Cal/mag as mentioned above, I use Calimagic from GH
     
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    Miyagismokes

    Miyagismokes Well-Known Member

    I've been having mag issues with ff too, but I attributed it to using last year's dirt that sat out all winter....
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    So I used FFOF for many many years. I never had issue and was always happy. Well up until about the last 4 or 5 seasons I started having these same issues as OP...My grows were always smooth and I started trying to figure out WTF was going on. I have green houses. Some get fed with well water and others get city water. Long story short I was chasing this problem around. Only to find out lots of fellow growers in my area were having the same issue. Even a few on here. As soon as I tested using some 707 instead the problem was cured. I personally think quality control went to shit with FF. I also believe the new plant they opened uses slightly different types of material in their batches do to location.There is an article about it. I'll have to see if I can find it.


    I have a bucket full of giant pieces of bark,trash, and rocks the size of golf balls I've picked out of ffof soil.... FF use to never pull shit like that.
     
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    scorp77

    scorp77 New Member

    I stopped by my hydro shop today and picked up the Bontanicare Mag-Cal. It has 2% nitrogen. Would you guys recommend feeding just the Mag-Cal to start off with, or should I supplement with other notes as well?? My other fertilizer is the FoxFarm Grow Big (6-4-4), which I'm sure will be too much nitrogen if I use that and the Mag-Cal..
     
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    Bernie420

    Bernie420 Well-Known Member

    Need to start the gow big and if you want use the calmag at 1/4 strength, pick off the old effected leaves cuz there shot. Get a microbe product to add at 1/4-1/2 recommended dose once a week.

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