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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Seems like a big tree :clap::clap: How many plants in the tent? What yield weight your last grow?:weed:
     
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    Cindy Nightshade11

    Cindy Nightshade11 Member

    In total there was 6 plants but that pic you can only see 4. As to weight I got 3.5 oz per plant
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Thanks for info:hump::hump: 3.5oz sounds nice :joint::joint::joint:
     
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    Jamie cole

    Jamie cole Member

    growing for 1st time and thought id start 60"x60"x80" secret jardin grow tent with one p600 LED grow light and starting with x4 dinafem moby dick xxl in 12 litre pots using canna terra professional mix and bio bizz grow/bloom nutes its week 6 and starting to see some deficiency's and toxicity's can anybody help me please to identify them please thanks :) i know the lasst picture of the last plant was because it was given to much N during veg all of the plants have got purple stems and and the first one has got yellowing starting from the top going to the bottom
     

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    Jamie cole

    Jamie cole Member

    someone help me please dont know whats going on
     
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Well, a nice flush followed by letting it fully dry out ought to help.

    You have yellowing all over going on....that is N-toxicty I am thinking.

    Good luck!
     
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    FunCatLady2017

    FunCatLady2017 Member

    I have noticed some leafs turning yellow in the Middle and bottom of my plant. I have 3 MK Ultra plants in week 4 of flower. I am using soil. For lighting I am using a Marshydro 300 and a Meizhi 600W. 20180223_184756.jpg 20180223_184756.jpg 20180223_184817.jpg 20180223_184756.jpg

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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    I have found that my plants can tend to deplete their soils during flowering. An N-bump toward
    the end can be needed.

    I do know that yellowing from the bottom up usually means hunger.

    Good luck!
     
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    FunCatLady2017

    FunCatLady2017 Member

    What nutrient would you recommend? I haven't been using them because they were doing so well.
     
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    nadaram

    nadaram Member

    hi, i was wondering if i am wasting my time to grow this purple ryder seedling, i have bought 10 seeds from a supplier , most of them didnt germinate and the ones they do they get sick or die after this stage, i had another one that did not leaf anymore after true leaf and died, this one true leaves looks bend and the first set of leaves are the shape as you see in the picture, but a strange thing is the two other leaves that are growing from underneath the true leaves which i cant understand. this small plant is almost a month old. IMG_20180224_015037.jpg IMG_20180224_015229.jpg
     

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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Wow....but that is one scrappy baby. I find that starts can be rough....let it grow out
    and see if it clears up. It might not, but I am not sure that there is anything else you
    can do.

    Good luck,

    JD
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    it's hard to say without more information, but i would say that the medium you're using is full of some kind of nutes, which are burning the crap out of it.
    as far as seeds not sprouting, it could be a bad batch of seeds, or you could just be doing it wrong. i have no idea of your level of knowledge, so i'm not trying to be insulting, just figure out your problem.
    i will float a seed in water till it sinks. while thats happening, i take a solo cup,cut a couple of slots along the bottom with scissors, fill it full of medium, water it with ph'ed water, and let it sit to drain till the seed sinks. then i plant it about half an inch deep, set in the the veg tent so the lights hitting it, and leave it alone for 3 or 4 days.
    i'd think about getting some soil with no nutes in it to start seed. they don't need to be fed at all for the first week or two anyway.
    if you want to save that little guy, i'd suggest getting some new soil (or whatever you're using), and a small bag of perlite. mix about 25% perlite into your soil, and repot that little guy. moisten the soil lightly...there are probably not enough roots to take a good soaking, and leave it alone for a day or two. when you do feed it, start off at about 1/4 strength, and work up from there. good luck
     
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    nadaram

    nadaram Member

    Hi thankyou for you reply, I am a beginner , I just managed to grow a seed from bag earlier this month my plant suffered from the start until the poor thing died, I don't have much experience and the plant didn't give me much yield, I am growing in Coco and vermiculite
    do you think I should cut the old true leafs to make space for the ones that are grown in the side of it? There are two other leafs growing other side of the true leafs
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    first, don't mix coco and vermiculite, thats like mixing little sponges with littler sponges. mix coco with perlite. perlite doesn't retain water, vermiculite does. a lot.
    the perlite allows better drainage and a lot better aeration of your coco. i'd add at least 25% perlite to new coco and start over.
    if you want to try to save that plant, don't cut anything off of it, put it in some new medium, water it very lightly, with a spray bottle, maybe, and just barely keep it from drying out till it looks like its doing something. then water it very lightly, till you just barely see any run off, and leave it alone till it dries out again. then you can give it 1/4 strength nutes, and let it dry out again. when i say dry out, you don't want it to wilt, but the pot should feel very light. very.
    but seriously, get rid of the coco/verm., get some perlite, and you'll be way better off
     
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    greenthumbP

    greenthumbP New Member

    Pleease help!! I am running a 600w hps/mh vivosun light. Fox farm Ocean soil and jungle juice nutrients. I’m in week 6 of flower with this tent And one strain in here is going crazy. I thought it was cal mag deficiency at first so I added a bit of cal mag during the feeding after noticing, and only burned her(more). The leaves are turning yellow and crispy but some are turning purple as well. Im not sure what to do at this point. I have been reading and googling everything I can think of to help me out but I’ve had no luck! The 2 other plants in this tent are doing perfectly fine, All are being fed the same food, at the same time. This is the only plant with discoloration, wilt, and stunted growth. 6870591C-4ED6-4390-847E-6F95EC4B8968.jpeg 1A9C38CD-A8CD-4C3E-9A5A-531E27E69032.jpeg 3E05A660-3E38-4775-819D-FAA2A3292790.jpeg
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    the purpling looks genetic, the rest looks like you changed to flower nutes too early, so it's a little starved for N. some strains are just more touchy about it than others, what works for most strains may not work for this one. if you grow more of this strain, try giving them an extra week of veg nutes after you flip them than you normally do.
     
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    greenthumbP

    greenthumbP New Member


    Thanks. I did that with another flower room I have flowering right now and it’s perfect in there but I’m not 100% sure I did the same with This tent. Thanks for your response!

    Do you think I should add a bit more N when it comes time to feed again? Or just keep feeding it as I should
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    at 6 weeks in its a little late to be adding N. i'd say just ride it out at this point, it ought to make it to harvest ok.
     
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    greenthumbP

    greenthumbP New Member

    Thanks! I appreciate your help!
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    np, the plant will look pretty rough by the time you harvest it, but that's what most of them look like out in nature, where there's no one to give them that little extra bump of N right before they stretch
     
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