Lower half of marijuana keeps dying


#1

A question from a fellow grower:

been having this problem for two or three cycles…plants do fine

then bottom 1/3 to 1/2 dies. Seem to have visible pests under control, regular feedng and fertilizing, Co2 and circulation

daily. Havent checked ph…could that be part of the problem?


#2

PH is the most important factor in growing successfully. Without the proper PH, plants cannot uptake nutrients correctly. I also see IMO; Something is eating your plants.

PLease fill out this support ticket. We will try to help. However; That poor plant is in bad shape. Sorry; I cannot sugar coat this for you.

Seedbank used:
Strain:
Indoor or Outdoor?
Size of space:
Soil or Hydro?
Medium used:
PH:
EC/TDS ppm levels:
Temperature:
Humidity %:
Light system/watts?

Now check your PH. You do this by watering or feeding, then measure the PH of the runoff from the pot. Peace


#3

In reply to your questions. Seed bank: Seed Depot Strain: liberty & anatomical base, wappa, doctor. Indoor in large round kids pool approximately 4 ft across, grown in soil(happy frog & ocean, mixed 50/50) Ph unknown just order a tester. I do not know what EC/TDS means. Temp is between 63-70, humidity very low. Lights fluorescent 6500 lumins. 4+2, 8 bulb fixture. I do have spider mites we are trying to clear up with AzaMax. All plants are in 5 gal buckets with a reservoir in the bottom. Thank you and I will check the ph as soon as possible.


#4

I suggest you download, and, read our free grow bible. Growing without knowing PH, EC/TDS, Humidity “low” does not cut it. You need to know all these values.

IMO you have wasted your seeds. The reason I say this is; You have absolutely no background ion growing and you have not researched anything as far as I can tell by your responses. I am sorry to have to be so blunt about this, but, I do not think those plants will recover, or finish with any decent yield.

Best advice. Do some research; Get the correct tools (meteres, pens, etc), and start again with a grow plan. It is sad, but many growers start seeds, and get in over their head before they have a clue. So do not be worried; You are among many.

Good luck, and if you start another grow, we can help you from the start. Peace