Issues with WW plants making it to maturity

flowering

#1

I grew 3 ILGM WW plants (planted them all at the same time on June 5th, and have given them the same environmental treatment…water, nutrients [fox farms standard], light [400 watt hps], soil [potting soil], ph, etc). 1 of them is doing great (5 wks flowering) with white hairs and white specks all over the leaves. The 2nd one is stretching a lot and not forming thick buds at all, and the leaves are much shorter/stockier on one plant (and arent getting any white specks at all), could it be a different WW phenotype?). The 3rd one quit growing in high, and withered away and died. Didnt make it to harvest.
Suggestions? This is my 1st grow.
Thanks


#2

What are these white specks you speak of.?
Im confused, you say it like its a good thing lol could you post a pic that shows the spots?
What size pots?
Ph?
Run off PH?
PPM?


#3

They are trichomes/crystals on the WW leaves.
I’m trying to upload pics.


#4

The pic with all 3 in them in it is old.
The close up is the plant that is doing good.


#5

Hey DClit,

I suggest you go get and then copy/paste The grow support ticket we have posted in the beginner section. IN GrowFAQs, I believe. You have quite a mess there, and without proper data; it would be hard for us to pin point the issue and give you informed advice.

Be glad to help once you post that. :slight_smile:
lw


#6

Type, Bag seed, or NA: White widow feminized ILGM seeds

Soil in pots, Hydroponic, or Coco? Walmart brand potting soil in 5 gallon plastic pots

System type? N/a

PH of runoff or solution in reservoir? Haven’t been checking

What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS: fox farm bloom mix (low in N, high in P & K)

Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor

Light system, size? 400 watt HPS reflective hood.

Temps; Day, Night: Day= 74-78, Night= 68-72

Humidity; Day, Night: Day 55-60%, Night 52-57%

Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size: No specific ventilation

AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier: Window AC unit for cooling. HVAC fan blowing through light system to cool. Dehumidifier as needed (when humidity gets over 60%)

Co2; Yes, No: No


#7

Sounds like pH issues to me. I would definitely recommend getting comfortable with testing the pH of your runoff from watering. It will DRASTICALLY improve the quality of your grows. :v: