I have a small indoor space. Using LED re/blue lights thought I was feeding right. The pictures are of 2 different girls that are 4 months old. No heat coming from lights
Thanks, Soilgrowth, I thought potassium, I’ll try the flush. I hate seeing it on my girls.
After you flush when you feed again add Calmag 2.5 ml to your nutrient mix of .5 ml of molassess will help also to give your plant needed calcium to prevent this defiency .
Thank you Yoshi, I will try anything at this point I hate that she may be struggling
What are you feeding? Cuz something’s gone wrong somewhere,
you could be feeding perfect like you said you thought you were, but if your pH is off those nutrients are not going to be accessible to the plant
So regardless of what you add / change your pH is going to limit what the plant can absorb
they have support tickets here which will help people help here you
Hi, Thanks, I have tested my Ph and it was hi 7.8+ so I used Ph decreaser to get it where it needed to be.6.8-7.0 I had checked it often in the past 2 months so If I flush with Ph perfect and then feed will I be ok I use Fox Farm nutes for vegetation 6-4-4 then switch to a 0-33-23 Big Up in flowering.
PS where do I find a help ticket?
Strain; Clone Indica
Soil in pots,Fox Farm
System type Soil Led lighting
PH of runoff or solution in reservoir 6.5-7.0
What is strength of nutrient mix? 3-4-4
Indoor or Outdoor Indoor
Light system, size? 4 800 Lumens red/blue
Temps; Day, Night Day 80-85 70-75 night
Humidity; Day, Night stays around 50%
Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size yes fans and exhaust
AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier, NA
Co2; Yes, No ???
Please see above pictures just found out about the ticket Thank you Margie
We had a previous Support Ticket posted, but lost it during the “database issuer”
Ph to high flush with ph balanced ro water with like 5.5 at least 3 gallons then wait rwo or three days. Or even lower maybe nute burn. 5.0 even
If your ph was that high than yes you must flush plant with three times of ph water of the pot size the plant is growing in , so a 1 gallon will require 3 gallon flush and you should always by any means check and double check your ph when growing , never ignore ph cause it’s many variables can change your ph , Temperture , humidity , and time release nutrients , so always make sure you are pouring in the right ph water and nutrient feed and checking it when I comes out of the pot .
Around 6.5 this where you want your pH, 6.8 - 7.0 is still too high
I don’t know why it’s dying and why is growing so slowly besides the bug infestation. I don’t know what kind of bugs they are! Can anyone tell me how I can fix it?
get neem oil…it could be flies or spider mite…isolate it if you have other plants…this late into growth there is not much you can do.
I have a male plant but it’s in a different location. Thanks anyway @Alteredmindset
Ok time out everyone.
We need separate topics for each issue please do not add into others issues
how damp is the soil? some of the leaves are super waxy