Nitrogen toxicity very possible

So I have 2 superglues growing one is week 11 one is week 9 of flower. They are photos in ffof my temps 64°-69°. @Docnraq suggested possible nitrogen toxicity. I agree with what I’ve read being so late in flower but no noticable discoloration should I just feed to molasses water or just start to flush and the extra nitrogen will flush out and plant can use up existing nitrogen? Help





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Photos are a must for helping :metal:

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What strain, Seed bank, or bag seed
Method: Soil w/salt, Organic soil, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, KNF
Vessels: Pots, Grow beds, Buckets, Troths
PH of Water, Solution, runoff (if Applicable)
PPM/TDS or EC of nutrient solution if applicable
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Told superglue independent breeder
Ffof
3 gal plastic pots
Nute solution going in 5.8-5.9 and 1100
N/a runoff been lazy
Visiosun 200watt output I know i spelled brand wrong
Humidy around 40%
64°-69°
Fans
Nothing else also was told these are autos which they were not so strain is based on what I was told but obviously indica dominate

That’s great for hydro
In soil you’ll want your pH closer to 6.5

The top growth is a little funky, hard to tell with the pictures. It could be pH, do you have any more photos of the whole plant? Try backing up and using natural lighting… Grow lights can make pictures off color

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Those are the be st current pics. I can get more when lights on tonight

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Is that aluminum foil? If so I love it :joy:

I did the same on my first go

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Super super dark green leaves like forest green dark. And has the c urls and airy bud spots but no leaf discoloration

Yes this my second grow lol. I have poly just the power outage switching my 12/12 made it harder for me to do work. Getting old can’t just stay up late and get things done like I use to. I’ll have every intention of it but end up falling asleep every time

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Getting your ph to as close to 6.5 will probably get things back on track. Id start there and then make more adjustments if necessary, but i dont think you will

Nitrogen tox makes sense with super dark waxy leaves. If it is curling leaves all over I’d flush and resume. It’s not easy to give best advice without runoff numbers.

Did you have issues with your lighting schedule? They almost have a reveg look to them

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Hey I found this info about the strain could this be part of what’s going on? I water tonight so will have my runoff numbers then

Superglue impresses with large flowers that maintain a pronounced spade-like formation, tapering down from a broad base into a pointed tip. The buds have a characteristically indica structure, with their small leaves curling tightly inward in a dense, solid cluster.

Yes I did have a power outage issue

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They do fit the reveg points. New leaf growth in the actual buds. The new leaves are smooth and curl and twist but not so much into the cat claw shape.idk when other phone charges will load pics

An outage wouldn’t cause reveg. But if your light schedule was altered from 12/12 to 14+/ or more it can cause a plant switch back to veg and they do odd looking things.

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It ended up switching my dark/light by twelve hours but we’re just a week after flip or so. Here are some better pics









My post isn’t about nitrogen toxicity, it’s about the aluminum foil. You should look into replacing it asap. You are losing about 10% reflectivity. Check into emergency blankets or anything made with Mylar.

Aluminum foil has about a 87-88% reflectivity rate shiny side, the dull side is even worst it’s about 80% reflectivity rate vs Mylar which has a 97%+ reflectivity. May not seem like a big deal but imo it definitely isn’t idea.

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Lol thanks man. If you look a couple posts back I said I have the poly plastic panda plastic whatever it’s called. With the light schedule switching on me my light is at night so end falling asleep before lights on then get up and go to work before lights out. I’m hoping this weekend I’ll get it hung. Thank you though

Nothing looks alarming. If you can get some runoff numbers it’ll tell you more. You might just have a phenomenal that’s a little weird on top of the rest. :metal:

Well :joy: . Tbh panda film is better then aluminum foil for sure but it’s not much better. I believe it’s around a 90% reflective rate. I’m not trying to be mean or anything just figured I’d let you know. Imo your best bet is one of 2 things, either use Mylar or a pure white wall. It’s been proven that pure white walls reflect more light then even Mylar ( which is crazy ). I also use a 200w vivosun I grew 4 plants with it and got around 8-9oz altogether.

This is my first grow and I have 3 galatos, and 1 white widow.

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