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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member

    Hey all! I'm thinking this is some sort of nutrient deficiency; been noticing the discoloration probably for about 14 days now. At first I was chalking it up to old dying leaves. But some of the leaves make me think something more sinister is occurring.

    This is green crack growing in soil. Probably like 9 weeks old or so. Haven't felt like I have had any issues with giving out too many nutrients. But I'm open to suggestions

    *edit. The droop is due to the fact that the plant does need to be watered. But I wanted to see what the general consensus was prior to watering it.
     

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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    ThAt droop and clawing would concern me too. Flush is all I can think of.
     
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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member


    Well, the soil is actually super dry and it'll need water, but I wanted to see what people thought prior to adding nutrients (as I gave it only water 3.5 days ago).
     
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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member


    Which would explain the droop right now, but not the clawing. That's been noticeable for days.
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    Clawing from lack nitrogen from what I’ve read but could also be from needing water.
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    But they are 9
    Weeks old in veg ?
     
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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member


    Haha. Your inquiry is valid. I'm a noob to indoor growing. Didn't know what was what with lights. I just got random leds from amazon. Turned out they were most likely bloom lights. So I got a veg T5 light probably 3 ish weeks ago. Believe it or not, it grew substantially more in the weeks since.


    I'm also wondering if I might be incurring some light burn just because the clawing and yellowing looks to be under one spot in the tent. I'll try all things here
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    What size pots they in could be root bound 9 weeks ln veg should have massive roots
     
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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member


    5 gallons
     
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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member


    They're not much more than 3 feet tall either.

    I did feel as though I just watered that plant very quickly from its last watering...
     
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    Beachwalker

    Beachwalker Well-Known Member

    What is your medium ?

    " " pH ?

    " " nutrients ?

    " " General environment?
     
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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member


    My temp stays around 70-75 degrees with an average of 55% humidity. I'm using soil as a medium. My nutrients are from that go box from general organics (general hydroponics maybe?) I don't give them the dose the box tells me to use. I've slowly just added a bit more as the weeks go on.
     
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    Beachwalker

    Beachwalker Well-Known Member

    How are you pH'ing what you feed ?
    And what are you pH'ing it to ?
     
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    Romejedi

    Romejedi Member

    New grower need some help please bottom leafs don’t look good
     
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    Og grumble

    Og grumble Well-Known Member

    Post pics
     
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    Og grumble

    Og grumble Well-Known Member

    And whats the environment?
     
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    thc-a

    thc-a Member

    Hi, the pics in the actual plant problem list don’t show up for me, it just shows a broken sign sort of. The pics in all of the comments show though! Do they need fixing or is it just me that’s having problems lol? Thanks in advance to anyone that helps
     
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    Ncs0816

    Ncs0816 Active Member

    This is chemdog by Humboldt

    The edges on the leaves are really Sharp

    I'e had the problem through the entire grow

    Other then that the plant is in good health

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    Thanks
     
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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member

    Yeah man. I think it mostly resolved itself. I cut back heavily on nutrients and all the new growth seems to be doing a lot better.

     
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    andy s

    andy s Well-Known Member

    Less is always more :) , I only feed once a week. Some.say if over fed it'l be harder than a plant underfed and you'l usually yield more by not overfeeding
    Clawing is a sign of too much N.. not lacking..
     
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