Hey guys it’s her 3rd week of flower leaves are starting to turn greenish yellowish is this normal ?
What kind of soil are they in, and are you using any nutrients? They look very good overall, but they’re definitely getting hungry.
Only thing that jumps out to me is from the first posted photo in the lower left corner of the photo.
No clue what this is but maybe @Myfriendis410 knows.
Water and feed, but they look great
I just mist them with a little water
Fox farm ocean Forrest and natures living auto flower mix and for neuts I’m only using an organic feed called incredible bulk
If you spray them, make sure it’s during the dark period. You never want water on them with the lights on.
Water the dirt good until you see runoff, they will beed to be watered every other day in flower
Ahh didn’t know that. Thank you !!
Yes I’ve noticed I’ve been watering them a lot more often !! Will do
Great medium and you’re good to PH water for around week 5 from breaking ground. Some need nutrients sooner, depends on the strain and how much they consume. Do you have a TDS and PH pen? The TDS will be needed to check your run off numbers. Most lighter green growth can be considered new growth unless all of her starts to look pale green, typical of nitrogen deficiency. Doesn’t appear that’s the case and looking good
Typically you don’t want to water to runoff when you’re using organic dry nutrients because you’ll flush out what you’re putting in. We water to runoff when we use synthetic or salt based nutrients to avoid build up in the soil. With organic dry nutrients it’s better to water in smaller amounts but more often.
Other than a bit low N level I don’t see anything to be too worried about. Plants, autos especially, like a lighter feed than photoperiod plants. I think I’d keep doing what you’re doing.
Very nice keep up the good work !
Ya they look nice n heathy. Just do what ur doing good growing growmie!!