Why are my leaves turning like that? What do I need to do to fix it? Or is that normal?
Might want to fill out a support ticket. Looks like it could be a calcium or nitrogen issue.
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- What strain, Auto Sour Diesel
- Method: coco
- Vessels: fabric pot
- PH of Water, Solution, runoff (if Applicable): 6.7
- PPM/TDS or EC of nutrient solution if applicable: Not sure how to answer this but I use 3 teaspoons of tiger bloom per gallon
- Indoor or Outdoor: indoor
- Light system: 1000 watt Mars hydro
- Temps; Day, Night: Day 66 night 63
- Humidity; Day, Night: Day 62 Night 57
- Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size: Yes 4in
- AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier,: NA
- Co2; Yes, No: Not sure
The clawing or curling down of the leaves indicates a nitrogen toxicity. But if your in coco and only given tiger bloom t hff at dont make sense
Still think it’s a calcium or nitrogen deficiency but going to call in some better help for you.
Welcome aboard and good luck!
Both. The rusty spots are calcium, and curved leaves is excessive nitrogen.
PH way high for coco! Mars Hydro ts1000?
You do not know what the input PPM of nutrient solution is?
Size of area? Is that only light?
Three times the pot size of ph’d water to flush will help. Those damaged leaves wont recover
I’ll let others that grow in coco help but you should look at adding a calmag supplement when feeding.
And correct about flush size.
Thanks for helping out!
I just had to do aflush tonight and it took 6-7 times the pot size of PH’d water to fix.
Trying to pay it forward!
Do you have a TDS pen?
The tiger bloom has no N in it that’s what’s weird
@Holmes I do not I only have a ph meter
You can get a tds pen pretty cheap. It is very helpful!