Brown streaks in leaf


#1

I have 2 orange og (not feminized or auto) that have had this issue for some time. They are in a 3x5x5 tent with 300W led Bloomspect lights. They have been transferred from a seed germination to a 2 gallon pot to a bushel basket. One is in Fox Farm Ocean and one in worm castings and jiffy potting mix. They have had no other fertilizer/nutes. Feed distilled water or tap water (left out overnight to dispel any chlorine). Lights are on 24/7 with a 6” exhaust on 15” every 2 hours to move/exchange air. I’ve done what I can do and am looking for advice!


#2

I think you have a pretty bad potassium deficiency. They need nutes.


#3

I just watered and mixed in some wood ash to see if that helps.


#4

The FFOF is probably depleted, so it’s time to feed regularly. Also what is your Ph? Make sure the nutes are available by having your Ph around 6.5.


#5

FFOF is new as we just transplanted on Monday. Room at a consistent 74-77 degrees with 50% humidity.


#6

I haven’t PH’d once (yet) so I don’t know. What I do know is I won’t have any money for a week to do any more improvements.


#7

If your soil is new then you’ve got a ph problem. I understand you’re on a budget, but you can’t fix this issue without a ph meter. Here is a cheap Ph meter I would recommend.


#8

@Strokeman definitely a potassium issue … @raustin has given you some pretty good advice … good luck with your grow


#9

It’s really funny ,as I’ve had more time to catch up on reading this afternoon I see that your advice is on the money!

Any other common rookie mistakes to look out for??

Plants are approaching 7 weeks, even though they aren’t correct height wise I would think it’s about time to 12/12 schedule. What do you think??