Could someone help me identify this deficiency?
Could also be bacteria/mold? Don’t overwater. Upper leaves look good. If it spreads further I’d worry, but lower leaves get yanked later in the grow and are not a significant worry.
TY that is a leaf from her 2nd or 3rd node so it is an old one. shouldn’t really need to mess with ph or nutrients unless I see it spread right?.
Correct. Or see other problems. The first sets of leaves are fragile and “bruise” easily.
Really need pics under natural light to see the correct color!!
Could be you have spilled some nuts on leaves while feeding and could be nothing to worry about or possibly add a little calmag just to be sure
I agree, wouldn’t react to an issue on single leaf.
I think that’s very possible actually seeing as how they are trained so low. Here’s a pic currently during dark.
Plant looks a little droopy. Possibly overwatering, lack of oxygen at the roots. If you have a good light and the plant grows into bushes, I wouldn’t hesitate to cut my autos. Cutting could stress the plant and slow growth though.
I defoliate as little as possible. I use tuck and only pull the fans leaves around prime budding spots. I do Top, Find, and do LST on my autos without any problems.
Here is a great visual tool for you to use… you can thank me later
Still just that one leaf. Thanks for all the advice guys! Been sticking with regular feeding schedule for foxfarm trio.
Selective removal of fan leaves to expose bud sites instead of removing them would be beneficial.
Thanks for the advice! I have been doing that as well. I’ve just studied up and and seen alot of growers picking off this super tiny growth at the bottom that wouldn’t lead to anything of substance, so that more energy goes to the top bud of each stem. I guess I’ll find out if it’s beneficial or not. It shouldn’t have stressed them out too much. They are already in week 2 day 2 of flower and I didn’t see those tiny things producing anything in the long run.
I agree, but anything that can be exposed by selective defoliation to become directly lighted should not be.
Quick question. I know that a nitrogen deficiency is normal towards the end of flowering,but is it normal or common for it to start early flower? Week 3 of flower and some of the smaller older leaves on the off shoots have turned a very pale yellow. Should I be concerned? ![IMG_20190331_165123|374x500]