Have an ILGM Gorilla Glue in 3rd week of flower. Today was a water day and we decided to add a tablespoon per gallon of unsulphured molasses along with 3ml per gallon Cal/Mag and a tsp of great white, which we’ve used during transplants prior. Following this same schedule of Fert, water, Fert has been working well up until this afternoon. About an hour after watering all plants got the claw. No more water was used today than any other day, no extra day of watering, all plants taking about a half gallon per before runoff.
So today’s clawing was a surprise. Anyone else notice this after a first addition of molasses? I doubt it’s overwatering as we’ve followed the same schedule since birth basically, Prior to watering they were in perfect shape. Obviously we’re going to hold off watering for a bit until this appears gone.
I can’t find anything posted anywhere about molasses causing clawing. Is this an oxygen deprivation thing? Any ideas on next steps if any? Should we flush a bit once the claw dissipates?
edit: a little more info. Water was ph’d after all additions made, down to 6.4 which is where the ph is every time we water. No other parameters have changed. Watered until minimal runoff. Plants are in happy frog. No flush has ever been done on these plants.