Another Nutri problem?

Freshly replanted into cocoa from outside to indoor using manufacture suggested nutrients plants got Wilty and have developed a discoloration from the inside out to the edges. I made an Epson salt leaf spray and I’m just hoping that will solve the problem what are you guys think?


I will never spray leaves again. It didn’t seem to work for me and another grower did a side by side comparison of a Foliar spray and one not with it. He finally called it and said he couldn’t see a difference. It dealt with Flower Kiss by Fox Farms.

So now I wonder if that isn’t the cause of your problem. But I am no expert on deficiencies as its not something I have to deal with.


Hola Growmie, did you do a pest check when you brought them back inside? Transplanted to amended or raw coco, nutrients and PPMs and PH of these? Can you post an over all plant pic? :love_you_gesture:



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Rainbow bird seed I’m in Coco with perlite, auto parts pH of the nutrition and water would be 6.5 the ppm of nutrient solution is 1200 indoors LED light system high temp 85 low temp 65 humidity has been high around 70 in the day 50 at night 4 x 4 room with 400 CFM exhaust I use Deline 420 nutritions that recommended percentages my soil pH seems to be a bit high at around eight but I am not sure that is a good figure. I have flushed and added a lower pH nutrient solution at about 5.2 in an effort to lower my soil pH as I think that might be where the problem is but if I was sure I wouldn’t be asking you guys. I do appreciate any and all input and hope you guys have a great day

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I don’t use coco but i think ph is supposed to be about 5.5 to 5.8. If u do have pests Jack’s dead bug spray can be used right up to harvest.

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@beachglass Yes 5.8 pH is good for Coco but I am a soil grower so I need 6.5 pH.

I think Coco can go up to 6.0 but the sweet sppt seems to be 5.8.