Growing outdoors since May 18th. Purple Aliens. About 10 weeks now. Some of my leaves are turning weird on me. What’s the issue? Pics enclosed.
They get enough sun, water is moderate to heavy. And I use good Organic nutes every 3 weeks or so.
That looks like nutrient burn to me. How often are you feeding them and with what?
I use nutes every 3 weeks. A little amounts.
Black Strap Mollases
Diamotaceus Earth Food Grade.
FFOF and FFHF Soil
I’m also using an organic pesticide.
Castile Tea Tree Soap
Again a little amounts in spray bottle.
Too much water = the droopyness
Too many nutes = the burns
What are your suggestions for over nutes? Flush?
Overall I think they look fine. Seeing a little nute burn here and there lets you know you have reached a limit. Most of the leaves look fine so you only have reached the beginning. I wouldn’t change anything unless it starts to show up on a large number of leaves. Lower older leaves are going to yellow and drop no matter what you do. Its just how the plant grows.
agreed BUT the only thing I would change is the nute schedule since they got some burn…as in…remove the burnt leaves and get her all nice and green again…then on the scheduled day for feeding, don’t feed her….feed her a day later…if she burns again then you know your nute strength is the problem not the timing
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I transplanted 2 of my Ladys from 7 gal to 15 gal pots yesterday. Maybe it will help with the Nute Burn. Photos below. I think 15 gal pots to grow, is a bare minimum in my opinion outside.
This lady is almost 7ft tall. From a May 18th Sprout.
Looks like the transplant made them happy…nice and perky leaves is a good indication of root freshness/productivity imo…how big are ya wanting them to get cause they WILL double in size during flower….consider looking into super cropping and what bending stems can and will do for your yields
LOL. Not too much bigger. There almost 7ft now with no flowers yet. I’ll research super cropping and bending. Thanks.
I transplanted 2 into 15 gallon pots from 7 gallon pots.
Update They took well from the transplanting
My plants need to be watered daily.