What could this be?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Project Ponics, Aug 12, 2018 at 9:42 AM.

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    Project Ponics

    Project Ponics Well-Known Member

    Not sure what is causing this, everything has been smooth sailing up until the past two weeks or so. Pretty sure the problem I'm least worried about is a phosphorus deficiency, only with the few bottom leaves on both plants which as far as I know is usually some what normal to on the first few sets of fan leaves later in the flowering stage.

    But I have no idea what's causing the deformed and holy leaves?
    Maybe the start of a pH problem/lockout? The deformation is starting at the new growth so it has me a bit concerned.

    Both are Bloody Skunk Autos from sweet seeds, they are on day 51 and 4 weeks into flower.

    One is in a 2gal pot n coco and the other is in a 3gal pot in happy frog soil.

    Nutrients I'm using is MegaCrop and that's it, I did just order GLN Bud Explosion for a PK boost so I will be adding that in the mix in the next few feedings.

    I pH my feedings to roughly 6.2 at the lowest and 6.5 at highest, feeding every 2 days or so. I just recently started doing 2 small 16oz feedings a day with the coco, still sticking to 2 days or until it drys out with the soil.

    I think I may have been feeding them a little too much MC and may need to cut back a bit? But at the same time it doesn't look like I have nute burn? What do y'all think?

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    My Name is Mike

    My Name is Mike Well-Known Member

    I'm experiencing this too. Bump for information.
     
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    fragileassassin

    fragileassassin Well-Known Member

    do u hear crickets at night? lol
    looks like somethings munchin on your plant
     
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    Huckster79

    Huckster79 Well-Known Member

    Im thinking thrips... pretty easy kill on a young plant like that. Do some more research but if u come to agree its thrips some natural pyretherin and theyll be gone...
     
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    Project Ponics

    Project Ponics Well-Known Member

    Well this same exact thing happened on my very first grow but it was bad, looked up, down and side to side for any types of bugs, nothing. I think it was a pH problem with my first plant, which is leading me to think the same about these two? But my feedings are always on point as well as pH. I looked at these plants a few times the past week, nothing. No signs of bugs. It’s happening to both plants, but it’s only on a leaf here or there.

    I’ll keep, keeping an eye open and checking them daily. I also put a good lair of that stuff that acts as glass cutting anything that walks on the top surface of the soil. I forgot what it’s called exactly but I think it’s deomaceous earth or whatever. So that should help if it is a bug problem as far as killing what’s on/in the top soil of my pots.
     
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    My Name is Mike

    My Name is Mike Well-Known Member

    I'm going to stay posted. If I figure it out I'll let you know. I checked for bugs too and I see no trace. PH fluctuation is my suspicion.
     

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    Huckster79

    Huckster79 Well-Known Member

    I get it, when i had that i seen nothing bug wise, but those lil brown dots at first, thats what i had. But i never seen one...
     

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