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This is dwarf lowrider 7 weeks tomorrow pH is 6.5. temperature is 68. humidity is 55. browning leaves some are yellow with brown spots

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Looks to me like she might just be a bit of nute burn and doing a color change. @CMichGrower @MidwestGuy whatcha think??

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Lock out ?


Have you been feeding it? Any cal-mag? What is the growing medium?

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• What strain,. dwarf lowrider from farm labs

• Method: Soil .happy farm

• Vessels: Pots,

• PH of Water, Solution, runoff (if Applicable) pH of water is 6.5-6.6 runoff n/a

• PPM/TDS or EC of nutrient solution if applicable

• Indoor

• Light system

• Temps; Day, Night . Temp Is between 68-70

• Humidity; Day, Night…is around 50-55

• Ventilation system; Yes,

• AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier,… no

• Co2; Yes, No…no


Yes iv been using this

I’m using this on the new grow


I suspect nute burn. PPM reading would confirm. Do have have a PPM (EC and TDS are basically the same thing) meter?


Cal-mag issues late in flower is a common problem, especially with fox farms nutrients. You should get yourself some and can use it on this grow, but the ugly leaves will never recover.

To avoid the problem on future grows I suggest starting cal-mag as soon as the first pistils start to show. Use it on water days if you are alternating feeding and watering.

Have to get the ppm meter and some cal-mag thanks for the help I’ll post updates