Have A Plant Problem? Check Here First

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by justatoker, Feb 2, 2009.

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    Ncs0816

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    Desertpunk

    Desertpunk New Member

    what am i doing wrong? low leafs starting to dry as you can see cocomix 11lts already transplanted 2 weeks ago and they have 2 months in veg...
     

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    Thegermling

    Thegermling Well-Known Member

    Does anyone know what this is? IMG_0951.JPG
     
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    Thegermling

    Thegermling Well-Known Member

    It looks like your coco is bone dry. Pic number 1 looks like a symptom of an underwatered plant.
     
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    Desertpunk

    Desertpunk New Member

    this is my first time in coco ill w8 until it is nearly dry to feed wáter ill guive an update here, i think it was a overfeed from the last time i guive nutes, i just guive wáter until last post also i put the light a bit lower
    what u think they lose a few laves u.u every recomendation Will be apreciated
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    LOOKS GREAT
     
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    Thegermling

    Thegermling Well-Known Member

    Anyone have an idea of what this is? IMG_0964.JPG
     
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    It looks like it reacted to nutes maybe...a bit burnt.

    If you get the next set of leaves, then you will be fine.

    Good luck!

    JD
     
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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member

    IMG_3451.JPG IMG_3452.JPG Hi there! I'm on week five of flowering for this blackberry kush plant. I'm wondering if any of you could reassure me that this odd coloration of my leaves is just the blackberry kush turning purple, or if I'm having serious issues with the plant haha!

    Thanks in advance,

    Erick.
     
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    It does to look more like a burn than a week five fade.

    It might just be turning. Best to wait it out. I might give it just water, keeping
    an eye on the lower leaves for signs of hunger, for a week, just to see.

    Good luck!
     
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    SaHt420

    SaHt420 Active Member

    My seedling is 2 weeks today and it has been yellowing for a couple days now Ik it's not heat or over under watering only water when first inch of soil it dry.
    Temps stay around high 70s
    Useing tap water need to get on test so their is a high possibility it's ph problem
    Since its week two I added some organic dry slow release nutes 5-3-3 today
    Almost entire feeder leaf is yellow and very tips of true leaves are yellow ish very light green and tiny bit of burn on ends but that might be because it was to close to light for a day or two
    And stem is turning purple pic 2
    First grow
    Isn't nite burn soil is not pre fertilized nor labeled as organic
    Please help thanks
     

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    erick herrera

    erick herrera Member


    That's what I was hoping. I think it was because of one day I forgot to plug my air vent back in. The humidity and temperature got really high in the tent that day. I'm lucky it was minimal damage if that's the case.
     
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Plant-Tone is wonderful stuff.

    but that does look like a nute burn.

    That can make sprouts stall.

    All you can do is wait it out.

    Good luck!
     
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    SaHt420

    SaHt420 Active Member

    Yea I don't know how it is nute burn just gave it nutes the other day way after the yellowing started I'm positive my soil doesn't have time release nor organic fertilizer but yea I hope she comes back to life
    How I added the nutes was I scratched up the first 2 inches of soil around plant being care not to dig up roots and mixed in plant tone into soil then watered
     
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    Prince Vegeta

    Prince Vegeta Well-Known Member

    What's wrong with this plant?
    Ffhf soil
    Ff trio bites
    Day after watering with half strength nutes
    A1k watt mh
    (I know it's a lot for veg. But it's what I have )
    Topped it the second time two days ago
    My newer growth is lighter and a few leaves have light yellow cracks in the skin
    Also they don't have the typical bladed leaf look on a few
     

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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    If the breed is new to you, then it might just be nute-sensitive.

    An all-over-yellow usually makes me think that the plant is dealing
    with excess N. Good luck!
     
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    Prince Vegeta

    Prince Vegeta Well-Known Member

    Its bagseed
    So it could just be natural ? Was afraid was beginning of something major
     
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    CookieJedi

    CookieJedi New Member

    Hello! First time grower here and I'm not sure if I'm doing anything wrong per see, but I definitely don't feel like I'm doing it right so I would really appreciate any feedback :)

    I have these two babies I've been trying to grow. I started them as seeds in these seed starting cube things I got at the local garden shop. In the first week, they got up to the size they are currently at so I moved them to a larger pot (I think 3 or 4 gallons).

    Since then though, it's been an additional two weeks and they haven't grown much at all. I've read a bunch of guides and I've been doing my best to not water too frequently or fertilize them too much, but I'm ultimately going in blind to what they're supposed to look like and how they're supposed to behave this early on. In the guides themselves, at the three week mark from germination, the plants shown look like monsters compared to mine so obviously I'm a little worried.

    I'm using organic potting soil, the pH is at 6.9, and I'm using a single Roleadro 300w LED (about 150w ish draw)
     

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    Thegermling

    Thegermling Well-Known Member

    They are stunted somehow. I have some some photos that are about to hit the week 4 vegetative mark and they are smaller than yours. I know what I did wrong though. How often do you water?
     
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    Thegermling

    Thegermling Well-Known Member

    Is this TMV, lack of nutes or genetic mutation? Its happening on two of my plants btw. I did not properly label the plants too. Dumbass. Its three strains I planted, green crack, blue dream'matic(blue dream auto from fastbuds), and cbd green crack, all autos from fastbuds. Hope thats enough info.
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