My GG auto in coco seems to be doing well in flowering. I’m somewhere between in 6 to 7.5 week of flower. Older levels of leaves at bottom are looking tired and yellowing and slight chlorosis seem to be spreading evenly at all levels. Affected leaves are beginning to feel kinda “papery.” Looking over my notes on this grow, my gut tells me I have been light on nutrients beginning about 2nd or 3rd week of flower and I feel like I’ve been playing catch-up ever since. I probably was a little too cautious on GH nute mix during flower. The burnt tips are from a feeding I over did about a month ago. I dont consider that an active symptom. Also it’s been HOT and humid the last 3 weeks straight and I’ve done the best I could with heat and humidity management given the limitations of the cheap light I bought and where I could place tent. I have attached pics for reference below. Recently, I started charting my data in a clearer way…. That’s why there isn’t much of it. My other notes are too messy to post…. I can barely read them!
-80% of Pistils are curling and of those 35-45% have changed to Amber.
-More trichomes are clearer than milky in general, buds at bottom are 40% milky per bud and decreases per bud the higher on plant. Highest bud sights are 20% milky tops. I see no amber trichomes yet.
- At this late stage should I spend much time worrying/fixing nutes to reduce leaf symptoms mentioned above? Aren’t leaves supposed to be tired and shot-out at end?(I’m thinking I should just stay the course and do better next grow because I think plant will make it across finish line at this point???)
- I am thinking I have 3 weeks TOPS before I cut for drying. What do you think?
- How long before harvest should I use florakleen to flush in coco? I am going to taper nutes down last two weeks per GH chart for light feeding.