Can someone please help out @Chronicjdl89?


#1

Hey fairly new here to growing got a problem with a white widow plant if anyone could tell me what their opinion on the leaf deficiency is it would help out a lot thanks
@Chronicjdl89


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#2

@Chronicjdl89
Looks like nute burn to me. You should fill out a support ticket for this plant or most of the people in here won’t be able to fully help you out.

Answer these simple questions the best you can.
If you do not know, or do not use something; Just say so = NA

Strain; Type, Bag seed, or NA

Soil in pots, Hydroponic, or Coco?
System type?

PH of runoff or solution in reservoir?
What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS

Indoor or Outdoor
Light system, size?
Temps; Day, Night

Humidity; Day, Night

Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size

AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier,

Co2; Yes, No

Add anything else you feel would help us give you a most informed answer. Feel free to elaborate, but short, to the point questions and facts will help us help you :grinning:


#3

@Chronicjdl89


#4

Also we’ll see if @garrigan62 has anything to say about this. He’s got a pretty good eye for this.


#5

There I fixed it buddy


#6

Copying @Chronicjdl89 as it’s his problem. Trying to help him out since he’s new to the forum.


#7

You’re good!


#8

Thanks. @Matthew420
@Chronicjdl89
Thinking if you just give it ph’d water for the next couple of feeds and keep an eye on it. Maybe even do a flush with just ph’d water too.


#9

I have a grow ten with a carbon filter ventilated through a 400 watt MH bulb growing White widow Sativia Feminzed from seed bank, soil grown got it in fox farm ocean forest I think didn’t start it in thAt though their in Viosun 3 gallon grow bags, 18 on 6 off no co2 no dehumidifier I’m thinking I over did the nutrients at first then I backed off and gave them half or a little less


#10

With FoxFarm Ocean you might be able to get all the way to flower without adding nutes, to my understanding.


#11

I was gonna try n just do the ph’d water for a few days to let it recover and see I did that earlier so we will hopefully see also the tips on some of the mid leaves have a burnt brown tip so I moved the light up higher as well


#12

That sounds like a solid plan to me.


#13

Ok a couple of tips for yah.
In the ffof some guys in here don’t feed nutes at all until flower. A lot of growers say it’s quite hot of a soil.
When using nutes for first time on new plants always use a 1/4 - 1/2 strength of what the manufactures suggest.
Other then the Lil nute burn looks good. Keep it up and that plan of just giving ph’d water for a bit sounds like a good plan. Then when you do give nutes start out slow. Remember for these babies less is more. It’s always better to give less and see how they take it then to give too much and stress the fu@& out of it.
Happy growing
Keep up the good work
(She’s not dead you are doing good work then)
Jay


#14

Yes Matthew that is what I have heard from a lot of people in here also.


#15

@Zero420 very good info…

:v::sunglasses:


#16

@peachfuzz
Thanks. This is something I’m very interested in so it easy to remember what I read. An I read a lot here lately. An I’m just trying to share what I know. Might not be much that I know right now but I’m trying. I just hope I can help is all an maybe grow some nice stuff too while learning what I can.


#17

@Matthew420

This is what I came up with here’s my pic

Give it ONE dose of that stuff at the full recommended strength. You are not feeding it enough Nitrogen and that is the most common symptom of the problem.

On the few rare occasions I have run into this problem, I always give the plant a single normal feeding of Miracle Grow BLUE. The RED for Tomatoes works well for this too. Most of the organic feeds I normally use are not high enough in Nitrogen to resolve the problem quickly.

After you do this single normal dose I would dispense with trying to dilute your nutes. Just give them the recommended dose and only feed every 5-7 days. You really don’t need to feed them any more than that. I do 7-10 days because I am from the “Less is More” school of gardening. But… Diluting your nutes is just a bad idea. If you are worried about burn and such then you need to pick up some organic kelp extract and use that.

Will.


#18

thank u all with my everything appreciate it a lot be safe everyone n happy holidaze my bad it took so long to respond I may have to show another pic because it kinda looks worse after giving it atr8 water for 48 hours so far


#19

Id say over feeding her


#20

I think it may be a magnesium problem not quite sure