Flower stage in the process

flowering

#1

Hi i’m Back I have 4 plants that is on the flower stage on their 3rd week turning their 4th week I only have one plants trying to die on me :frowning:
Here is the one who is dying on me ! I don’t know why is happening i feed, water, feed every 3 days I check the soil if it is moisture everything is good image|666x500


#2

Other then a little over feeding they look fine… back off the nutrients a little bit and make sure that your pH is in range and you should be good to go… :wink:

:v: :sunglasses:


#3

Thank you and i will back it off… i have a quick question on coco soil is the same process on regular soil? Or is more precise on nutritions?


#4

You need to be very precise with Ph and PPM when growing in coco. It is much less forgiving than traditional soil! Have you been monitoring these things closely?


#5

I’m a soil grower so double-check but I also believe that the pH needs to be at 5.8 sort of like Hydroponics. I think! I’m relatively new to this but just wanted to give you a heads-up or something to double-check. Good luck enjoy your grow.
PS I’m with the other members it actually does not look that bad at all. I think it looks like it is going good!


#6

I should add if it’s soil with some Coco in it I’m not sure how you would treat it. But I guess straight Coco medium is treated like Hydroponics for pH. Thank you have a nice night


#7

I check on ph on nutrition… my first grow was I give a lot of nutrition every day and this one I put nutrition 3rd day and water the other 3rd day
The new ones I will put 8th day nutrition water in between


#8

Thank you for cheer me up I was going crazy on flower stage It’s my first time having it in flower stage plus what i read on be careful on nutrition burn on flower stage lol


#9

Fill this out:

What is the strain and type(unknown bag seed, strain name, regular seeds, feminized seeds, auto-flower, etc)?

Indoor or Outdoor? If outdoor, planted in ground or in a container?

Size of pots ?

Size of space (max height and area, length/width)?

Soil or Hydro? Type of Medium used? Brand of soil? System type?

pH? Of the soil or medium (root zone/reservoir/run-off) and of the water and/or nutrient mix that is fed to the plant?

Type and strength of nutrients used? NPK? EC/TDS/PPM levels? Of what you feed it as well as what is in the water by itself and in the soil/medium (run-off), or reservoir.

Temperature? Day vs. night temp or highest and lowest temps? Root zone temps?

Humidity %? Day vs. night
Light system/watts/lumens/FLUX/PAR?

Ventilation system? Size? CFM? CO2? AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier?
Number “weeks/days” from into Season, Vegetative Growth or Bloom/flowering?

Add anything else you feel would help us give you a most informed answer. Feel free to elaborate, but try to be brief and to the point. Short and to the point questions and/or facts will help us help you.


#10

Super skunk
Female seeds
Indoor
5 gallons
Run offs
farm fox ocean soil
Nutrition: raw products I follow the feed chart
96”48”80” tent
2 1000w LED(2 plants each light)
No CO2
Temperature: I test it by using my hand and wait there if the temperature is going up… with the fan running
Humidity No clue
One small fan (the 2nd one cannot reach outside the tent because has small cable :disappointed: )
One month with 2 weeks veg and 2 months flower
Ph: nutrition is 4.97


#11

In soil you want your Ph in and runoff Ph to both be at 6.5 or as close to that as possible. Can you test the Ph of runoff and do a soil slurry test and report back with the results? I’m thinking we will probably need to flush the soil and give them a properly Phed feed.


#12

Even out of the same bag of soil, the pH can vary from pot to pot. pH is most usually the culprit, followed by over and under watering.


#13

What size pot are you using? It looks pretty healthy to me.


#14

I using 5 gallons pots


#15

What I feel is the smaller tent I use to have it that is why I brought 96”48”80 the old tent was 48”24”60”


#16

I will check the ph of the soil of my 4 plants thank you again all the support


#17

I would switch your watering schedule to water, water, feed. That will cut back on the slight nutrient burn.

If 4.97 Is the pH, that is a problem that needs to be addressed. In Ocean Forest you want to be around 6.5 As stated by another.


#18

How about an update on her health, thanks