This is Chronic Widow (Feminized, NOT Autoflower) in a 3x3x6 Tent and 3.9g AutoPots. Her light cycle is still 18/6 because I cannot get hear healthy enough to flip to flower. Her germination date was around march 10th
I am using Jacks 321 and pH’ing the water at 5.8
(3.8 part A, 3.1ish Part B(calcium i think?) and about 1.25ish Part C(magnesium, epsom i think?) per gallon.
I thought I was dealing with a calcium or magnesium deficiency, so those Part B and Part C doses have been boosted about 25% from Jack’s guidelines.
Grow medium is about 1-2 inches of clay pebbles and coc0 noir.
Welcome! Looks like they are hungry to me. Is this the first time you addressed the Calcium and Mag deficiency? I add 3-5 ml of Cal/Mag per gallon on off feed days. Some folks add it all the time. That might help if you just did that. Give it a day or two and see if it comes around.
Did this start with the bottom leaves?
Are you feeding these to run off and testing the PPMS and PH?
They are in AutoPots so they should be getting plenty of food
I have been adding about 25% above the Jack’s nutrient schedule for Calcium and Magnesium for about two weeks now.
I dont think so. It all just kinda happens all at once.
They are in AutoPots. They are not top fed. There is no runoff to test.
I run auto pots as well and it gets difficult when 1 plant wants more or less than the others feeding from the same reservoir. What I did when I have one with an issue is I set her on top of the tray versus inside and I top feed her. Looks like she is needing more PK. Here’s few pics. Increasing part B and epson will only supply additional calcium, magnesium and sulfur. I would increase part A and top feed to run off. Results will take a few days to show and the effected leaves won’t recover or change
Actually, this girl is not sharing. She is the only one hooked in.
Just wondering if it is airflow? Any fans?
That’s a good thing. What’s your Reservoir PPMs and PH?
I get PH drifts in my reservoir so I added a wave maker to keep the water moving and mix small batches to combat this
about 4g of water, at 1200ppm in the reservoir and ph of 5.8