- ILGM Girl Scout Cookies Extreme
- Method: Organic in Water Only (super soil) with nutrient teas that include worm castings, high p guano, alfalfa, molasses, and liquid kelp & fish. In addition to that I am using Roots Organic Calmag to supplement. One other thing… I did root drench with nftg bloom khaos twice but as instructed I did 6 times that amount with nftg herculean harvest. With this root drench I also included Roots Organic Calmag.
- Vessels: 5 gal airpots
- I don’t water to run off but I do ph my water with organic up and down. Always keep the input to between 6.8 and 6.3
- I don’t check the ppm/ec
- QB LED 320W, 18" from canopy
- Temp is 70F
- Humidity varies but usually between 40% and 60%
- 4" exhaust fan with filter
- No humidifier or dehumidifier
- No CO2
I’m in week 3 of flower. Everything seems to be going well. I have had just a tiny touch of the claw here and there but overall the plants are healthy. Leaves have been mostly praying for the last couple weeks. I did have a pretty severe calcium deficiency late in veg but corrected it with a nutrient tea (an unexpected positive effect of the tea I think). You’ll see some remnants of that on the lowest leaves.
Now, the question: some of the lower to mid leaves seem to be almost turning bronze, they are a little crispy and kind of taco’d down. It’s not so many that it is alarming at all. Especially considering that overall they look happy. Based on some of the symptoms I’m seeing I think it might be a phosphorous deficiency. Thoughts?
EDIT: Now that I look at the overall pic I’m seeing pretty severe leaf curl at the right foreground. Those are the leaves that are a little crispy and taco’d down.