1 month and a little light burn

#1

My first grow is officially 1 month old! Im learning alot and still have plenty to learn. I started with just two girls and they are way different.

Any pointers or ideas I should try?
How do they look otherwise?

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#2

They look perfect

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#3

It looks like some minor bite burn maybe. If you can copy and paste and fill this out. It helps folks assess what you have going on.

Strain; Type, Bag seed, or NA:

Age from sprout:
Age from flower:

Soil in pots(what size?) what type, Hydroponic, or Coco?

How often do I water and how do I determine when to water and what’s the pH

PH and PPM of runoff or solution in reservoir?

What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS.

Indoor or Outdoor:

Room size:

Light system, size, height from plants:

Temps; Day, Night:

Humidity; Day, Night:

Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size:

AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier:

Co2; Yes, No:

#4

White widow, ILGM
Using happy frog soil
Using 3 gallon plastic pots
Roughly about 6.5 ph
Nutes from flora nova 1 teaspoon per gallon of h2o
Indoor plants
600 watt mh and hood from daystar
Keeping around 75 day and 73 at night
Usually around 52 humdity
Oscillating fan
And a small humidifier
No co2

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#5

When you say roughly about 6.5 PH do you have an accurate PH pen?

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#6

No ive been using the dye and an unreliable ph meter

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#7

Get a “good” PH pen and PPM pen, they will save you a lot of heartache.

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#8

Ive been looking for a decent one… any recommendations?

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#9

I use a Testo, but Apera and Bluelab are used by a lot on the forum :+1:

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#10

An accurate pH meter is key. I use a cheap one that requires constant calibration. If you have the money get something better.

You should also pick up a TDS/ppm meter. This will help you gauge how much nutes you are adding to your water and how loaded your medium is with nutrients to help avoid bite burn.

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#11

It does look like light burn. How close is your light? Orherwise your,plants look very healthy.

#12

These girls are drooping like a motha f@%%#^
What the hell did I do wrong. @WickedAle @garrigan65 @Hungrybud @shindig153

#13

Are you overwatering? Plants can get droopy when there is little airport the roots to feed on.

#14

I don’t believe so… but I dont know, i last watered with nutes on Saturday and I watered this morning the pots seemed light…

#15

Besides the droopy leaves she looks healthy. How big is your pot? Could be the roots are running out of space.

#16

Leaves can droop after watering as the plants drinks up. They will rebound

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#17

@shindig153 @Sixpackdad. My pots are 3 gallon nervously considering transplanting to 5 gallons. And they have perked back up after I watered them. Seem to be doing fine…

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#18

Your plant looks healthy got transplanting. I would go to whatever size you want for the final pot size. I use 5 and 10 gallons.

#19

5 gallon will work. I use 10 gallon fabric pots. Gives me plenty of room. Fabric pots are cheap on amazon.

#20

Thanks for the suggestions. I got my ph meter in the mail today! And after watering the girls the other day they came right back

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