Super Lemon Haze Discoloration?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Mazey Farms, May 27, 2016.

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    Mazey Farms

    Mazey Farms Active Member

    Realized I first posted this in the wrong forum, apologies.

    Entering into Day 21, or three weeks of veg. The ladies are growing up quickly on a 50% Dyna-Gro regimine. Will be upping the nutes a bit for the final week of veg.

    My concern is the Super Lemon Haze is showing a bit of discoloration on her leaves (see photo). Is this something I should be concerned about?
     

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    Bugeye

    Bugeye Well-Known Member

    yes, you should be concerned. do you know your ph and ppm levels of feed?
     
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    Mazey Farms

    Mazey Farms Active Member

    Yes, my Ph is 5.9 and my ppm is 750 and EC is 1.5
     
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    Bugeye

    Bugeye Well-Known Member

    750 may be too high if you are 3 weeks from sprout. Hard to say, sort of strain dependent. But definitely not under feeding. You have cal/mag in your mix? Doesn't quite look like a cal/mag issue but good to know if it is missing. Last thing I can think of would be an early stage broad mite issue, but I think that is doubtful also.
     
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    Mazey Farms

    Mazey Farms Active Member

    Thank you Bugeye.

    Yes, I'm using Mag-Pro along with the other Dyna-Gro products Foliage Pro, K-L-N, Pro-TeKt, and a bit of Great White (which does seem to push my PPM up). Talked to a buddy who recommended starting an IPM plan using Garden Safe Neem Oil on Day 1, Monterey Garden Insect Spray with Spinosad on Day 5, and Safergro Mildew Cure on Day 10 just to be safe.
     
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    Bugeye

    Bugeye Well-Known Member

    I'm not familiar with the last two products but check to see if they are oil based, like the neem. Applying too much oil based products in too short of a period can cause some burning issues. Again, not sure this is your issue, I'm doubting the Mildew cure is oil based. Good luck!
     

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