what's up with my girls?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by xDrift, May 14, 2018.

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    xDrift

    xDrift Member

    So I'm out working away and my partner is looking after my girls, she's been away for 5 days, had a good water before leaving and this is the result. There was a bunch of dry leaves she took off too.

    I'm not home for another 2 weeks and have never flowered indoor before. Grown in soil, Plagron royal grow mix, bat guano and mango and banana peels. White Rhino feminized, for some reason started flowering on her own with light 18 on 6 off.

    Currently at ~4 weeks flower, the clones from mum are also flowering, is the color of leaves normal? I thought yellow leaves was lack of nitrogen which she shouldn't need in flower?

    Thanks in advance. Much love
     

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    bobtokes

    bobtokes Well-Known Member

    the pictures are crap in that light, its hard to see the color of the leaves, are the leaves at the bottom getting any light ?
    some of the leaves at the top are looking a bit MG def, are you letting the pots dry out before watering
    they still need N in flower but not as much
     
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    xDrift

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    Thanks buddy, I'll get my partner to fire some better pics through.

    This is the writeup of the bat guano I have, should fit the bill good for now yeah?

     
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    Beachwalker

    Beachwalker Well-Known Member

    You need nitrogen in flower, in fact when you change from veg to flower you go through a transition feeding period Where you feed an even balance of everything, and then you transition after 2 to 4 weeks to a higher flowering fertilizer
     
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    xDrift

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    Many thanks for your advice. I've been away working and this is my first time flowering indoor so wasn't expecting this 1.5 weeks after leaving. They'll get some more bat guano tonight.

    Here's more pics
     

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    xDrift

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    Mum and her 2 clones all the same problem in different pots and different stages of flower.

    I did feed water with boiled banana skins before I left.
     

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    xDrift

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    Mama
     

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    xDrift

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    What do ya think?
     

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    Blitz35

    Blitz35 Well-Known Member

    Underfed! The extremely bleached lower leaves are nitrogen related. Boiled banana peels will not supply nitrogen. You are also showing a small phosphorus deficiency. Your plant is heading into full flower..she is at her hungriest now! Nitrogen is still needed in regular amounts until stretching stops. It can be eliminated in most cases for the last 3 weeks before harvest. A week and a half is a long time at this stage of her life, many things can change quickly!:)
     
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    xDrift

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    Thanks buddy you rock!! Your help is amazing. I had to go away for work and this is how it is :( she's been fed with a big dose of bat guano.

    My fingers and toes are crossed she comes good and keeps on rocking.

    I've got a much nicer feel for this indoor so thanks a lot :)
     
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    xDrift

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    Looking heaps better :)
     

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