I have a nutrient issue and would like a little help. It’s not the whole plant,just one branch. The rest of the plant looks fine and appears to be ok.
The pH right now is 6.5 and the ppm is a little over 1000 this morning. Right now I have been feeding bat guano (but tapering off), some cal-mag and a little morbloom (0-10-10) and a little bone meal.
I appreciate any advice on this problem…now I need to go remove some bud rot on one of my outdoor plants and hope it doesn’t spread…
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Are they still in Veg stage? Looks like some Nitrogen deficiency, not horrible.
No, I flipped them on 8/24 and have some nice little buds starting. But they are stretching a lot and I didn’t want to overdo the bat guano .
I was thinking it was a little nitrogen problem but I’ve never had a plant do this on just one branch, usually if I have a problem,it shows in multiple places.
Typically you see it on lower branches first as the upper leaves “steal” the available nitrogen. Overall, your plants look good. Maybe add the bat guano and see how she reacts.
I’ll sprinkle some bat guano on tomorrow before I water them. Since growing outdoors is different than indoors, unless I got too happy with the nutes I never worried about over feeding outdoors. My first time indoors I guess I’m going too little on somethings and trying not over doing anything. Appreciate the help Highwayman420…I just haven’t seen just a single branch doing this before, and got concerned.