Oh no what happened to my baby?


#1

This girl was doing just fine until I had to move it to the basement for a few days. I used a heater pointed away to keep the temp at 75. Now she has some empty spots and colored leaves. I started with MG seedling mix and fed with 5-4-4. That seemed to help a little but still concerned. Thanks for any help


#2

You should fill out a support ticket… but from the looks of your pic it looks like you’ve been over-watering… :wink:

:v: :sunglasses:


#3

I just did a flush a week ago. It seems to still be coming back from that


#4

These plants are on the same watering schedule. And I use store bought water.


#5

If you use fabric pots you wont have to worry about recovery from flushing, because you cant over water.


#6

Ty I plan on starting with those every time now. I thought I had some kind of deficiency Bc of the colors on the leaves but she looks so droopy and sad. I haven’t watered since the flush and the soil is just barely damp knuckle deep. Btw it is Nyc Diesel and is 4 weeks into veg. I appreciate any help I get. I have only grown outside b4 but now live in a cold climate. Thanks


#7

Ok so. I transplanted in to a much larger pot and she was def root bound. Made me sad to see her all choked up like that. I took more pics Bc I think the “dead zones” are weird. U can see where the growth in some spots is just plain stunted. I have never grown inside and have never seen these issues either. Thanks again


#8

Now that you have transplanted you are going to see some hell Laois us growth it will take off on you here in the next few days I see no worries just make sure You have plenty of drainage holes in you big ol pot there :wink: please tag if you need anything


#9

Sorry I posted the pics and response to the wrong thread! Even for a smoker I feel like a twit. So here they are here! The transplant worked awesome and she looks much happier. Now I am trying to figure out when to flower because nature has always decided for me.


#10

@Countryboyjvd1971 thanks I appreciate it


#11

No worries
Whatbis you max hieght you have yo work with remember to subtract the lights and distance youll Need to maintain when plant is at end of grow
I posted on other thread as well

@Hogmaster we moved over here lol


#12

My bad @Justgrowin your a sister nit a brother :+1: :wink: got it lol BRB


#13

I have no space issues. I use a spare bedroom with 14’ ceilings. But if it gets huge I will have a lighting issue. I try to use individual lights pointed in all directions. My lights give off virtually no heat. I can put my hand on the light without an issue. Thanks for all your help @Countryboyjvd1971


#14

Then if that the case veg 4 weeks then flip should get double the size when you flip to flowee schedule :+1:
Keep
Me posted


#15

@Countryboyjvd1971 @Hogmaster @BIGE @raustin Just an update. I put her into 12/12 2 nights ago and tucked the main stem. She appears to be ok. What do u think?


#16

She looks very happy and healthy. It’s going to be about a week or two before you start to see pistils. :slight_smile:


#17

Ok so I need a little help. I do a varied form of LST by not tieing them but just bending them throughout the day until the new growth holds it in place. But I have seen some people trimming the larger fan leaves and wondered if this is a good idea. @raustin @Hogmaster @peachfuzz @Countryboyjvd1971 @BIGE @garrigan65 @Momtomask @MattyBear. Thanks for your help

3 days after flip to 12/12


#18

This seems to be a fairly controversial topic, lol. Normally, I prune a lot, it’s just what I was taught working on a farm many years ago. However, this current grow i decided to try what most people do which is let her go natural, and see what happens, so I did no prune at all. My grow is now almost at an end and I must say that I had better results with pruning. In fact, I would call this grow disappointing. Now, I can’t be certain its from not pruning, it could just be the strain, but on my next grow, I will be going back to pruning.

So now that I’ve totally confused you, I would say a little careful pruning isn’t going to hurt, especially those big fans that are in the way.


#19

Ok thanks I think I will give it a try. I just didn’t want to do anything at the wrong timing


#20

After a quick trim. Removed 10 large fan leaves. We’ll see how it goes.