What is going on?! I just noticed that a few of my lower leaves are doing this, any ideas?
I’d fill out a support ticket. Looks like a few things, details will help us.
she looks hungry
I literally just fed her last night, she was all the way dry. I made a few mistakes early on that I’m paying for now but they’re all lessons learned. Gonna do some blackberry kush next time, gotta figure out how to get those nice tight spaced nodes:sunglasses:
@RockClarke is right she’s hungry, what’s your run off TDS?
If you don’t know get a tds pen and get a run off sample.
Looks like your light was to high or to weak your nodes are really far apart to much stretch. More light next time
Issue is, I have no idea what I’m looking for or what a “good” reading would be…
Somewhere around 1000ppm is typically good. But what you really need to know is what the soil is right now and that will tell you if there’s food available or not.
My metric in soil is to water to runoff (20%) and capture the last 1/4 cup or so to test. Do PH and TDS both and record. Be aware that these meters will display differently once over 999 ppm so read carefully to avoid confusion.
In soil I start to supplement when TDS falls below about 2,000 ppm. In soilless media like coco that value is more like 1,000 ppm. Never supplement over about 900 to 1,000 ppm and continue to monitor runoff. If you follow this regimen the plant will have adequate nutes and won’t suffer from nute burn.
But a Support Ticket is a good idea.