I’m 15 days into flower. Growing Blueberry in FFOF. For the last 5 days or so I’ve been seeing more leaves turn to the color below. I have the FF trio of nutes, but have yet to use ANY nutrients.
I don’t use fox farm but I’m sure that start giving more p around transitioning on schedule. Probably like a week 5 or 6 feeding. And you’ve been supplementing cal mag, but 50-100 ppm still sounds a little low on ro water. My tap runs around 300 ppm, and there are a few times I’ve still had to some calmag.
Unless someone with more knowledge on the ff nutes has better suggestion, I’d try a week 5 or 6 feeding and double up on the calmag, ph’d of course. And then I’d take a look at runoff.
I would have to see a picture of the entire thing but it looks like it’s starving if you have not fed it it’s hard to tell from the one pic it’s a I’m staving Deficiency She probably used all of the nutrients that are in the Fox Farm soil originally but I would definitely start feeding but I would love to see a picture of the whole plant if possible
I’m with @Hogmaster on feeding them and you’ll probably need to feed extra cause of all the extra growth usingbthe scrog technique but I would start with your normal flower bite base numbers and adjust as needed @HappyCamper
Water film you get run off that how you’ll know your soil is fully watered @HappyCamper
When I feed I woutld put a gallon or gallon and a half of water phd of course first then feed 1/2 gal to 1 gal nite mix just make sure your don’t over feed
Go with the ff feeding schedule for ppm range
I can look it up for you if you dine have it
Thanks! This is the first time I’ve had any issue with the plant. I’m a bit concerned… I’ll plan on adding Fox Farm Grow Big the next time I water. It seems to have a lot of (N)itrogin as the bottle shows 6-4-4. I’ll start with 1/2 the recommended amount.
I normally never recommend using half strength nutrients I see it like a person if you’re starving and someone hands you a cracker you’re going to be pissed because you want the whole pack a lot of people do it but that’s your call if it were my plants I would go full strength