This strain has gave so much trouble. Thought wasn’t feeding it enough so up that. Check my ph levels which are at almost 7 just seem have problems with this strain
I have trimmed most of the bad leaves off to just thought I could use some in sight
Welcome to ILGM. The above quote seems to indicate that you have been growing for a while. If that’s the case are you needing help or just saying that you find this particular strain is problematic. If you are wanting some advice there’s a lot of people that can help. First try to post pics in natural light or with just camara flash only. Another thing if you are interested you can fill out support ticket. Just fill in info and someone may have some advice.
Strain; Type, Bag seed, or NA:
Age from sprout:
Age from flower:
Soil in pots, Hydroponic, or Coco?
How often do you water and how do you determine when to water:
PH and ppm of runoff or solution in reservoir?
What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS.
Indoor or Outdoor:
Light system, size, height from plants:
Temps; Day, Night:
Humidity; Day, Night:
Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size:
AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier:
Co2; Yes, No:
Any other info you think is pertinent:
Lower your pH a very good level is 6.6 a little lower wouldn’t hurt but 6.6 should be good for most atrains
6.6 ph would be fine in most soil. So it would be to high in coco. Best way to get good advice is to list info on support ticket.
Have a room 4ft wide by 5ft long two 1200watt veg and bloom with a switch. It was a crop king seed all my other ones are doing well it’s this strain that I have problems with. Could be the soil it not cocoa mix its straight pro mix.
I don’t grow in promix but I believe that it’s similar to coco. If so I think the ph runoff readings should be around 6.0 Also if possible get a pic in natural light or flash from camara only. When grow light is on it makes it difficult to identify issue.
Pro mix is kind of an in betweener. It’s soilless but not totally soilless. I believe pro mix users target around 6.2ph.