So one of my plants is suffering a phosphorus deficiency ive already taking the steps to correct the issue but wondering if their is a cut off point this Wednesday will be week 6 and 7 since flip
Well, you’re already very far along. I’d say just keep going.
Ok thank you ill just keep an eye on the tricomes all the sugar leaves turning purple just like the fan leaves did
I don’t know; maybe add some soluble phosphorus? Give it a P, K boost with Liquid Kool Bloom or Beastie Bloomz.
Ive topped dressed to root organic seabird guano it high in phosphorus ok gunna look into the boost thank you @Myfriendis410
Top dressing isn’t a quick fix, unfortunately. It’s almost near the end and time to let them go w/out food, anyway. I wouldn’t add too much more.
Yeah it was just kind of a never know kind of thing but also brewed a flower tea and feed been looking in to a boost like Myfriendis410 recommend been working on building a dog house so just getting back to my research
You might want to do a calibration check on your PH meter to make sure you are still in cannabis range, a runoff TDS would be good to have as well. You may just have lockouts or other.
Do me a favor and try to get a good close shot of one cola in white light. Like this:
Just one picture in the reply so we can use the ‘superzoom’.
Ok will do once i get back home ppm 4 days ago was 2800 and ph was 6.9 to 7 kept fluctuating i was thinking a flush
That’s an N deficiency.
Hmmmm damn thought i was getting better at identifying it so nitrogen should i let it ride out then or try to give it something?
You could supplement a bit of N when feeding but those leaves will not recover. I’d let it ride.
N deficiency is normal during flower. I expect leaves to begin to yellow and brown in the final weeks of flower.
I try to avoid that. I believe that a plant supported correctly through it’s life cycle will remain green to harvest.
I ended up brewing a blood meal tea to help @CalSoCal i always thought that to but i think i was still to early just hit week 6
IMO, the reason you want them to begin to yellow and brown is due to the chlorophyll depleting which results in a tastier, smoother smoke.
There’s not much chlorophyll in flower.
Doing a proper flush, dry and cure is what deals with residual chlorophyll. My bud is like smoking Unicorn farts. So, not in my experience.