I just transplanted my 17 day old plant into a 5 gallon pot. I noticed some of the bottom leaves are turning a little yellow. Will try to upload a pic.
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I tried black gold once and no matter what, when I measured the pH of the runoff, it was well below 5. I couldn’t get it to rise so abandoned using it as a result. Others may have had success using it, I just worried that it wasn’t the right match for cannabis.
Assuming the PH meter is reading correctly a slurry test to make sure soil is in correct range then start watering at 6.5 PH. Likely a lockout causing deficiency. More light is going to be necessary soon.
Be cautious when watering as it can damp off the plants if kept too damp. Just allow plenty of time to dry between waterings.
Here is my Baby at 1 month old. Autoflower Northern lights, seed bank (ILGM). She is in Soil Black -Gold Natural-Organic. 5 gal fabric pot. Tap water Ph 7.3 Solution is Ph 6.2. Solution is PPM 527 (Growtime to start). Indoor 3x3 tent. Florescent T-5 H O (high output) 2ft. light 4-24 watt bulbs. Temp day high 70’s low 80’s temp at night low 70’s high 60’s. Humidity during the day high 70’s at night 50’s. 2 6 inch clip on fans. Humidifier. I noticed on one of the leaves like something was eating it i looked and didn’t see any bugs.
Can see some leaf damage in the first 2 pic’s. last 2 trying some LST
You may need a jeweler’s loupe to see any critters, they can be very small. Look on the back side of the leaves and especially in the crease between the leaf and central stem. They like to hide in there.
One of the first things you may see are tiny dark spots, bug excrement.
First 2 pics that leaf damage appears to be related to the handles on your grow bag but def check for critters as per @merlin44 suggests.
Ok @merlin44 ty have one on the way. if i clip off that leaf will it help
TY @Oldguy other than that how do they look.
It may help you inspect the leaf. taking the leaf off won’t solve the problem if you have one. The little devils travel all over the place.
Ok @merlin44 just like my kids LOL
Bend em. Stretch em. And they will thank you and ask for more.
Plants Look great.
@Deepsix……. Well, I think you’re looking at more like a couple months, not weeks.
@RockClarke ok ty
Looking great! I was thinking the same as @RockClarke. It will be while before she’s done and even after that I would wait a month for proper cure. It really makes all the difference. By all means, test some along the way during the cure to notice the difference. I think you will agree that it’s much smoother after a month cure. Keep up the good work.
@VTGROW ty i guess i’ll just have to wait to enjoy her.