Some where on the bags should be the N P K you need to see what the N is and what you had given it before this all happened.
I was looking at your plant and the dark green is a dead give a way plus the drooping leaves and the starting of yellowing leaves at the bottom. So you really need to find out what that n p k is on the bags. Hopefuly you havent watered yet. Top coating can be taken off.
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Nitrogen toxicity - too much nitrogen - Cannabis growing problemProblem:
Dark green leaves, shiny leaves,
clawing, weak stems, and overall slow growth. Marijuana leaves that are
nitrogen toxic often get “The Claw”
or talon-like leaves that are bent at the ends. They also do an odd curving
(or cupping) that is often
mistaken for over-watering, but is unique to nitrogen toxicity. You can see a
“clawing” leaf pictured to
the right and more pictures below (click each picture for a close-up).
Leaves that turn into claws often start turning yellow and dying if the
nitrogen toxicity is not treated,
much like a nitrogen deficiency, only the leaves will continue to get
more and more clawed. Leaves
eventually turn yellow or brown and fall off. You can tell if yellowing
is caused by too much nitrogen
because the rest of the plant will be dark green, and the yellowing leaves
will turn into claws first.
The majority of times that growers encounter problems with nitrogen, it’s from
giving too much of it to
Many new growers accidentally give their plants give too much Nitrogen,
especially in the flowering stage.
Solution: Reduce the Nitrogen your plant is getting!
Reduce the amount of nitrogen that is being fed to the plants. If you are feeding extra nutrients, cut
down that amount. If you are in the flowering / budding stage, make sure you’re using a formula that’s
specifically meant for flowering, or else it could have too much nitrogen.
If you are not feeding extra nutrients, you may have “hot” soil that has been giving your plants extra
nutrients. In that case, flush your plants with filtered, pH’ed water to help clear out the extra nitrogen.
Effected leaves likely won’t recover, but you should see the problem halt with no new leaves being affected.
Wait! I’m not sure if it’s Nitrogen toxicity!
Nitrogen toxicity in marijuana makes clawed leaves that look like talons Ok, you ruled out overwatering,
When I first got started growing, everyone kept telling me that this particular kind of leaf clawing
was caused by under or overwatering my plants, pH problems, or heat problems.
Yet in my case, I knew that it wasn’t over or under watering (I was growing in hydro, where roots
grow directly in water and air stones are constantly adding oxygen). I knew it wasn’t pH (my reservoir
water had the right pH) and I knew it wasn’t heat since the grow area was slightly cooler than room temperature.
So then what was really causing my claw leaves?
It’s understandable that other growers were mistaken. It is true that many stresses will make any
Plus overwatering can cause a similar kind of leaf clawing (learn more below). And if you do have
nitrogen toxicity, than heat or pH problems will make the problem much worse.
Now, you may or may not know that marijuana (or any plant) needs an element known as “Nitrogen” to grow.
In fact, nitrogen is one of the 3 nutrients that are included in almost every kind of plant food.
When looking at plant nutrients, you’ll almost always see 3 numbers listed, like 3-12-6 or 5-10-5.
These numbers represent the ratio of Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous § and Potassium (K) contained in
the bottle. Just about all plant life on Earth needs these 3 elements to grow.
See the nutrient numbers listed on the front?