What do you guys think

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    Johnsmokealot

    Johnsmokealot Member

    Hello to all, I’ve been a fan of this form for many years. I’ve enjoyed reading all your posts and checking out your grows. I am finally able to contribute by sharing my first grow(outdoor) I snapped these pics today when it was 100 degrees out. I’m still trying to figure out why they are so light in color. Anyways here are some pics, Any advice is much appreciated!
     

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    3030/150

    3030/150 Member

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    Looking good Never grown outdoors before. But they look pretty healthy imo. Good luck.
     
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    Ringsixty

    Ringsixty Well-Known Member

    That be the normal color.
     
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    Johnsmokealot

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    Thanks for the reply’s!
    :blsmoke:
     
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    Johnsmokealot

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    I’ve added some pics of the happier ladies and some of the not so happy ladies
     

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    those are very sativa looking plants, tall structure, slim leaves, light color, but not ill looking. i doubt it's a landrace, but they're expressing very sativa traits. i'd expect a long flower time
     
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    Johnsmokealot

    Johnsmokealot Member

    Good to know, thanks for the info!
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    that one little one with the curled leaves looks a little more indica leaning. looks very over watered, if it's not raining, don't water that one quite so much, let it get some roots going
     
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    Pie Eye

    Pie Eye Active Member

    looking good!
     
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    Johnsmokealot

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    Thanks for the input everyone. Should have some more updates tomorrow!
     
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    Johnsmokealot

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    Snapped a few pics the other day. Gave them a first foliar feeding after taking these pics.
     

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    Johnsmokealot

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    I got around to seeing my ladies today and a few of them are turning yellow :cry:
    I took a few pics for reference.
     

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    Capn-Crunch

    Capn-Crunch Well-Known Member

    Some of my plants did this after I foliar fed as well. Turned yellow on the bottom. I blamed my issue on the Miracle Gro 12-4-6 I sprayed.Everyone told me it was either a nutrient issue, or nute burn. I would wait for someone else more knowledgeable than me to comment and base your decision by what the majority thinks the problem is. I've gotten a lot of good info that way.
     
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    XxCashedxOutxX

    XxCashedxOutxX Well-Known Member

    What are you feeding her? How often? and how much? She does look burnt in my opinion. I should know.......... I burnt the s*** out of a few plants :dunce:. But that's how you learn trial and error.:bigjoint:
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    looks like mag deficiency, side dress with a couple of good handfuls of epsom salt and see if that doesn't slow that down a lot
     
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    Johnsmokealot

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    At the moment they are getting tea(kelp,alfalfa, chicken manure, EWC, and molasses), once a week. It’s very possible that I went a little overboard on the ingredients. Another factor that has me concerned is the fact that my “helper” turned off the air pump a day before actually feeding plants the tea :cry:. Thanks for the insight!
     
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    Johnsmokealot

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    That’s what I was guessing after seeing a few deficiency charts. I’ll be picking up a of epsom salt today. Thanks for the reply!
     
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    Johnsmokealot

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    My helper sent me some photos and the whole plant is starting to get yellow :-(. I’ve added some Epsom salt but didn’t seem to help. They’ve been getting nothing but water since my last update. They’ve been seeing +90 degrees pretty frequently. I’m planing on going to check on them in a few days.Excuse the poor photo, I’ll send some better quality ones when I visit.
     

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    Michael Huntherz

    Michael Huntherz Well-Known Member

    Looks like they need nitrogen and a few cool days, to me. Looks hungry. Make sure whatever it gets fed has plenty of K. K will help her defend against the heat. I think she needs to be fed small amounts of balanced fertilizer regularly, starting right away. Get thee some Megacrop!
    https://greenleafnutrients.com/product/mega-crop/?v=7516fd43adaa
     
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    Johnsmokealot

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    Thanks for the feedback!
    Should I top dress with megacrop or brew some tea with it?
    Also is there anything you would recommend, just want to use something in the meantime while i wait for the megacrop to arrive. I have some age old fish & seaweed.
    Sorry for the newb question.
     
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