Still trying to diagnose but don’t want to do more damage then good

Hey guys I posted the other day about my plant wilting and quickly transplanted to bigger pot I didn’t have fabric pot so just went 3 gallons up in size next will be into fabric but I’m wondering if I should flush this girl out it’s looking a bit better but showing signs of Nute Burn I think or maybe just getting used to plant leaves are thin with yellow tips

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Will be putting all 3 into fabric pots tmr 2 are very happy one is droopy and a bit yellow and just sad looking

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Strain; Type, Bag seed, or NA: death bubba/green crack seed

Age from sprout:2 months from sprout
Age from flower:

Vessel pot/res type/size and medium (Soil, Hydroponic, Coco?) potting mix is my medium and went up pot size 3 days ago

How often do I water and how do I determine when to water:water every 3 days when they feel light

PH and TDS of runoff or solution in reservoir? ph runoff is 6.5-6.8

What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS.

Indoor or Outdoor: indoor

Room size:4 by 2

Light system, size, height from plants: 2x mars2hydro 400 watt led 18 inches from plants

Temps; Day, Night:day 28, night 20

Humidity; Day, Night: day 65 night 55

Ventilation system; Yes, No, Size:yes

AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier: humidifier humidity stays are 55 to 60

Co2; Yes, No: no

That runoff is high for coco. You want it between 5.5-6.2. You could be seeing burned tips due to ph lockout and the plant is only taking up certain nutrients through the roots and not others. :v:


Would a good flush and dry out help?? and should a flush be done befor putting into larger fabric pot thanks again for the info trying to get al this stuff figured out on first grow

If you are transplanting into a bigger pot, I wouldn’t flush just yet. Feed at proper ph level once you transplant and see if that’s all she wanted. If the ph is still high after the first watering in the new pot, then go ahead with a flush :v:

Awesome was waiting to hear your advice will follow instructions and update in couple days hoping for a good strong comeback

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That’s a clear case of overwatering my friend. Let them dry out for a while.

Here is a pic of overwatering




My wurry is it wasn’t just dropping the leaves starting curling in and getting very small
All the new growth befor were large leaves now all the new growth leaves are very small light green and not getting very big

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By over watering your plant you soak the roots so much, they can’t get enough oxygen
and slowly die. The plant shows signs of over watering by: Wilting, droopy look, yellow and or dead
leaves falling off, which includes leaves that don’t look dead falling off.


Okay thanks for the info I’m going to be putting her in fabric pot tmr which will help dry out and then watch my watering from now on

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