Ilgm chronic widow about a month old this is only on the older fan leaves
@Zee @kellydans could it be a cal mag issue they have been fed big bloom and grow big on a regular schedule runoff ppm is 550 ph out is 6.8 in is 6.3 they are still in their seedling coco coir peat moss vermiculite mix note it is not a coco based soil coco is just in it for drainage I haven’t had cal mag yet but it’s on the way cause I was assuming it could be the issue plus my other plant has rusty looking spots and yellowing on some leaves but doesn’t really look like nitrogen deficiency @Myfriendis410
Also transplanting soon they are in 1 gal containers soon to go into 5 gal with happy frog
Ready to transplant I’d say. Might want to flush then re evaluate nutes. Good luck!
My first thoughts following through with the transplant out of the seedling mix into good cannabis friendly soil Plant will take off .also When you get your calmag I would use it on water day only. Overall plant looks good. Thanks for the tag good luck
You definitely need to transplant.
5ml of calmag to 1 gallon of water is what I do.
It’s hard to tell what she has going on, need pictures of the whole plant in better light.
Looks like you may have in her in a bag, not a container?
I’d wait to see what Myfriend says…
Will take a minute for happy frog to come in as I just ordered it. There isn’t any suppliers around me so amazon it is. Would you suggest happy frog or ocean forest? The order it’s processing but not through so I can change it
I suppose the needing a transplant could be a big part of it also need a better cannabis friendly soil. Waiting on one hopefully by the time it comes in it’s not too late
Happy frog is great soil, I use it. No nutes needed for a week or two. Add calmag when you transplant water.
You will need nutes
Happy frog will be here Thursday do you think they will be okay until then?
Yes. You have new growth coming in.
Those dying leaves can come off.
I would add perlite and Mykos to the transplant soil.
Happy frog is a good product you will just need to start feeding sooner than you would with ocean Forest.
Here is an update on the 3 plants I have that I showed in this post 20 days ago after being put in containers of happy frog
Plants look very happy! I can see on one of the plants where the leafs two different colors of green. I had a plant do that. It was like half of the leaf was dark green other half was light green. It was just on a couple leafs they eventually got pruned off, but I don’t know what caused it. Your plants are doing great.
@kellydans 100% agree. They look great
I posted about it in the plant care section of this forum. Was told it’s a form of varieation which is I’m assuming a type of mutation but it’s nothing bad to the plant. Would you say I should flip soon? And also I could used tips on pruning before flip as you can see there is a lot of leaves that can be removed but they are so healthy it hurts to prune these are the healthiest plants I have ever had all thanks to this soil and forum
Your plants is big enough to flip, but it’s all about managing your space an how much room you have to work with. My last two photos I flipped at about 6 weeks veg. I didn’t think they was ever going to stop stretching. My first choice is to tuck a few leafs and then take a few leafs. For better light penetration an air circulation . Personally I don’t go crazy taking leafs. That is interesting to know about the two different colors of green on the leafs.
Lol I’m scared about what is about to come they are at 7 weeks veg and are showing their hairs I have a feeling I’m about to have a jungle