Started WDC, GSCe, Chry pie. All doing grate except wdc has rusty leafs n purple stripes on stock n stems. Can someone give me some pointers with these strains?? Good looking!!!
Red and purple stems don’t mean anything… it’s probably just genetics, but the leaves, if you could post a clear picture in normal lighting it will help.
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I hope these help u to help me fix. My lady
To me it looks like either a magnesium def some Epsom salts in ur water next time u feed
Do you use a Cal/Mag supplement? If not, I would add some (I love General Organics Cal/Mag)… and I always use Epsom once a week. You only need 1/4 teaspoon for every 5 gallons, but Epsom is hard to overdo.
Adding some cal/mag/iron to the routine can make a would of difference. Make sure to give them a healthy dosing of fresh water every other day.
I would also get some organic worm casting and add a few hand fulls to the top soil of each plant. Lightly work it in with your hands. The beneficial goodness from the worm castings will leach into the soil with each watering.
Very early signs of a calcium or magnesium deficiency. Both help break down acidic substances that are produced when your plant processes its food.You haven’t let it go for too long and it can be corrected easily. Once you do so, don’t be concerned if the older leaves still look bad, pay attention to the newly formed leaves, as they give you a more current report of your plants health.