Is anyone able to identify what’s causing this?
Feeding them? Looks like cannibals in there
By the looks of it, the condition has been allowed to progress too long. I suspect it is calcium deficiency. Possibly compounded by ph issues. I imagine it started early into flower which is common.
Rather than filling out a support ticket a few answers to a couple questions will be helpful.
What are you growing in?
Do you ph all intake (feed and water) and also test runoff for ph & ppm?
What are typical readings - in and out?
What nutrients are you using?
Have you supplemented with a calcium magnesium product?
Thanks for replies.
I’ve been somewhat neglectful to this plant ( long hours at work ) i fed it 2 days ago with a seaweed base fert. Soil ph is in the right range. The water I use is filtered tap water. I know the plant is eating itself for nutrition, so can I save the flowers at least? How often do I give nutrients from this point forward? I do have some cal mag.
Good flower nutrients 1200-1400 ppm for a couple weeks. Get calmag on board first.
Thanks mate. Will do.
She doesn’t look pretty and despite poor health, the buds are still growing.
Can I ask you please if I should alternate calmag & nutrients every feed for the rest of the grow? Cheers & Thanks
A couple of doses should do it. So, plan on 2 applications alternating with feed, and see if new leaves look better.
Thanks buddy, I’ll do that.