What's going on here?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by peachezNchron420, Feb 5, 2018.

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    peachezNchron420

    peachezNchron420 Member

    Can someone tell me what's going on? 2/5 are like this? OversatOverw? Which I don't think I am? Over fed? Which I haven't fed. Humidity is in the 70s. Temp about 75-80. IMG_20180205_105905414.jpg
     
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    peachezNchron420

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    Alrighty so I woke up this morning, and this happened!!! I don't know what's going on here! I accidently left my humidifier off after filling it and my humidity dropped to 35% :s is this just leaves drying out?? And when I said I hadn't fed I guess I liked, I had given a minute very minute feed of seaweed extract but other then that, it's been r.o water. What the hell should I do here? Flush with r.o? Of course at the right pH.. obviously keep the humidity raised. Raised the lights a bit..though this doesn't look like burns...that one leaf is pretty much to a crisp at the end. Need help asap!! And now it's 3/5 not 2 :( will they bounce back being so young? Are they nite burned off of so little? Any help is appreciated. Still have a lot to learn I guess
     

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    Diabolical666

    Diabolical666 Well-Known Member

    Who told.you to have humidity so.high?! Keep humidity no more than 40% clawing can happen with too much humidity and too much water. Crispy ends is dying from over watering and sufficating roots.
     
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    chiqifella

    chiqifella Well-Known Member

    bigger container, better watering habits, room controls, quality soil and nutrients needed for best results.
     
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    peachezNchron420

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    I've read it's good for beg to have higher humidity. This humidifier I'm using just sky rockets that. I can't seem to get it to sit between 40-50% by any other means right now. What do you suggest? Cut back on the humidity and water? They are almost bone dry as we speak and worried to let then dry out any more. They are in promix with mycos, so I assume getting a lot of air. Should I transplant em and let em breath a bit? Give em some space to bounce back?
     
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    peachezNchron420

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    Why does the drying out happen? That's seems so weird, you think it would be the reverse... Any info is greatly appreciated
     
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    peachezNchron420

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    Here are the others, same schedule, regiment and environment as the others, looks a-okay to me, that's what's weird about it. These we're also opposite to the fan I have in there ATM, is it possible that they are wind burned as well? I've rotated them and moved the fan aways now, just a thought is all. I figure I need to cut back on the love a wee bit eh? Let them do there thing?
     

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    Diabolical666

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    Id recommend transplanting them soon to some cannabis friendly soil. But let them bounce back a bit for a week. Like I mentioned..roots will sufficate when sitting in water for too many days and they cant uptake nutrients. Everytime you water, you.push air down to the roots. If they sit in water, they get no air.
    I dont ever use a humidifier and I live in a very dry environment. They get all the humidity they need in the air when I water my plants. You want them to acclimate to it being dry. Powder mold, bud mold sucks to have.
     
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    Diabolical666

    Diabolical666 Well-Known Member

    Yes those look fine. Yes you are killing them overall with love lol. Go easy on the water..im sure you are checking them everyday so its easy to water like this till you can figure out how much they need. You will want them to dry out every 2-3 days. In the future it will help you with a feeding schedule. Get them some cann friendly soil and you dont have to feed them at all till flowertime. Till then you just up pot them to fresh soil a few.more times till they get into their final home
     
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    peachezNchron420

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    Than
    thanks for the info! As for overwatering it just seems so strange as the soil is very aerated, has been left to dry and watered every 2-3 days as you stated, I watered 3 days ago and about the same prior to that and the been bone dry pretty much and dry at least a few knuckles deep. I'm just so confused with this. I have drainage holes on the bottom of the cups as well of course. Any other input my friend? Should I start using Coco? I've had issues with promix in the past but I was thinking of trying this Gaia Green organic soil from my local organic hydroponics store. Should I give that a try? Has all the good stuff, bone meal, fish meal, blood meal, work castings, kelp, and many other good things. Know anyone that has used this? I'd say its ingredients almost resemble foxfarm soils
     
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    peachezNchron420

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    Diabolical666

    Diabolical666 Well-Known Member

    I dont recommend coco for a 1st grow..make it easy on yourself and your plants for starters. Get that soil you speak of. Mix it half and half with the promix. Then next up pot use it, or keep.mixing it with promix and use it as a top dressing
     
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    peachezNchron420

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    Alrighty sounds good to me! Any knowledge on why some are doing it and the other aren't? That's also where I am stumped..
     
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    peachezNchron420

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    Also to clarify one last time :) so we aren't dealing with light burns, nor a nute burn, it's simply over watering, lack of air to the roots and a high humidity issue? I appreciate all the info you have given me btw
     
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    Bernie420

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    .feed it some nutrients. Get some microbes in there working for you. You want your humidity around the 60 in veg around 40 for flower. Humidity doent have to be exact like your loosing sleep over it. unless your trying some vpd shit. Ph your feed in at 6.5. As far as your fan, the leaves should be barely moving for a large plant for these small guys just some air moving in there is enough not even moving leaves around. I dont even use a fan in veg mostly I should but I dont and i never for seedlings. The dirt you have in the cups is fine dont transplant them and shock them. Probably not a light issue, little plant needs little light a 2' 2bulb t-5 is enough right now if anything more raise it up till you feel it isnt overwhelming the plant.

    Also to clarify one last time :) so we aren't dealing with light burns, nor a nute burn, it's simply over watering, lack of air to the roots and a high humidity issue? I appreciate all the info you have given me btw


    dry at least a few knuckles deep. sounds like your banging my last girlfriend so how can it be over watering?
     
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    Komodoghost

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    I followed what you said and didn't realize that my soil could have been that full... Took me 3 or 4 times to flush it... Now my question is... Do I put the blood and bone meal back into her soil or transplant her into new stuff?
     

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