yellowing in leaves on nodes

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    min0r

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    min0r

    min0r Active Member

    no idea what this is, i think its N but im not sure. any help is appreciated
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    what kind of media are you in? what have you been feeding them? how much, how often? what kind of lights?
    they don't look underfed, but that does look like they need some N....which is a little strange. it could be Mang....partially, maybe..
     
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    min0r

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    medium or media? if you're saying media i have no idea what you mean. if you're saying medium FFOF soil
    i've been feeding them 3tsp big bloom and just started feeding this one more N (3 eighths of a tsp) once every two days, about 6-8 ounces of water each plant at night. 300w vipar spectra led.
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    medium = media..singular.
    that's not a good way to water in soil. it has to be staying wet, which isn't good. it's better to use more at one time, spaced out more so they have a chance to get mostly dried out. they should weigh maybe 1/5th the fresh watered weight before you water again.
    Big Bloom has no N, so i would say thats how they look overfed and N deficient at the same time. cut back about half on the big bloom and give them some N.
     
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    min0r

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    by the time night time comes if i dont see the pots weigh less i don't water until the morning. should i wait to feed nutes because i did just transplant? or should i feed as normal.
     
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    SPLFreak808

    SPLFreak808 Well-Known Member

    What size is that pot?
    How many days has it been in it?
    What did you use to bump up the nitrogen?
    Do you ever see wilting before or after waterings?
     
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    min0r

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    5gal - just 24 hours now - added extra growbig(was at half tsp bumped up to 3 eighths of a tsp) - didnt look for that
     
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    SPLFreak808

    SPLFreak808 Well-Known Member

    Since you just transplanted into a 5 gallon pot of fresh ocean forrest, you can stop feeding nutes for the next couple weeks.

    Just use only water for now, its a vegging plant so let the deficiencies come to you and not the other way around, FFOF has you covered for a few weeks.

    I agree with above, Start the first 2 waterings off with no less than a half gallon, then slowly adjust the amount to a gallon as plant gets bigger (5gal only!)

    Its also a good habbit to let the pot dry out some before the next water cycle, but never all the way dry.
     
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    min0r

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    it's not in veg. i just switched it to flower tuesday night
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

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    i'd give them 1/4 to 1/3 strength veg nutes till they quit stretching, then start bloom nutes at 1/2 strength, and work up from there.
     
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    min0r

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    yeah, planned to do that with the tiger bloom, i know it's known for burning the hell out of beginner's plants.
     
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    SPLFreak808

    SPLFreak808 Well-Known Member

    Ok so they will start stretching like crazy, the grow big bottle will sustain pre-stretch better than tigerbloom.

    Like above, veg nute = grow big / flowering nute = tigerbloom.

    The first two weeks of flower can eat ALOT of nitrogen which is mostly included with "veg nutes".

    Being a fresh transplant, you probably want to start off with a very low feeding of growbig and work your way up, might not even need the tigerbloom untill 2-3 weeks in flower.
     
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    min0r

    min0r Active Member

    yeah, I'm gonna take a break from feeding them for just this week then next week work my way back up to where i was & add in tigerbloom a week after
     
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    SPLFreak808

    SPLFreak808 Well-Known Member

    Something like that, good luck.
     
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    min0r

    min0r Active Member

    image (16).jpg
    is this the same problem?
     
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    Beachwalker

    Beachwalker Well-Known Member

    Why were you feeding them bloom nutrients in veg?
     
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    min0r

    min0r Active Member

    using the guide that came w the nutes
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    NEVER read the instruction....they'll take away your man card
     
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    min0r

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    okay. well now that i'm in flowering i should be using it?
     

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