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Guide for Diagnosing Plant Problems

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by shenagen, Dec 13, 2007.

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    EveryBlueMoon

    EveryBlueMoon Member

    Having a new issue with the same young lady now. Her calyxes aren't swelling whatsoever. Only increased resin production and color changing to Orange in the glandular hairs. Basically it's getting to be time to harvest but Anne never fattened up... Wtf? Has anyone seen this before? Why the heck aren't the calyxes swelling as they should be?
     
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    EveryBlueMoon

    EveryBlueMoon Member

    Yo bro I have a new issue now, PLEASE HELP... On the same plant the flowers are ripening, glandular hairs turning orange, buds getting really resinous.... HOWEVER the Calyxes aren't swelling at all. It's like "air bud"... It looks fat but its like 50% air. The Thing that's really strange is that the plant right next to it is in the exact same soil mix, receiving the exact same nutrient solution, enduring the exact same external conditions, and it's calyxes are so swollen it looks like there gonna pop.

    Anyone know what's going on here>? This plant is completely screwed right? Or is there a way to fix this quick?
     
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    slumper707

    slumper707 Active Member

     
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    EveryBlueMoon

    EveryBlueMoon Member

    lol you quoted me but didn't say anything... Did you mean to say something? Greatly appreciate any help... Here are some photos which were taken today of both of them.
    First 5 are of the one with the issue and the last 5 are of her "sister" who is just fine.. Agitation is pretty high, especially since the one with the issues is the one which was supposed to be the larger harvest of decent buds and the one that's doing well was supposed to be sort of reserve delicatessen so to speak.
     

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    slumper707

    slumper707 Active Member

    I threw just that one back into veg for like 2weeks. It really wont stress her that much so long as the ph is good. Test it after you flush her at the soil run off. Then if ph is good on the next feeding start her back feeding nutes. To much salt in the soilthats why she's like that. you have to flush before you throw her back on veg for 2 weeks. Then back to 12 and flush. Then bloom nutes.
     
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    slumper707

    slumper707 Active Member

    Sorry bro I didn't see this till today
     
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    EveryBlueMoon

    EveryBlueMoon Member

    Np bro.
     
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    Icant tellyouthis

    Icant tellyouthis New Member

    I have a problem with my babies and after all the research I did I am inclined to believe it at be an imbalanced ph in conjunction with bottoms fed liquid nutes. I am open to other opinions which is my reason for posting here. Here are two pictures of leaves I trimmed off less than 5 minutes ago.
     

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    EveryBlueMoon

    EveryBlueMoon Member

    That looks to me like it could be a pH issue along with nitrogen deficiency and possibly a need for some cal mag or any combo there of. pH would have to be really far off to lock out nitrogen though. Check the pH and go from there. I've always sucked at diagnosing my exact issue... I do know however that flushing really well then give half strength nutrient mix which is pH of 5.7-5.8 is the fix to almost every issue I've ever had... Just finished one which I couldn't save for my life... Have super fluffy airy garbage now... Smells amazing but is as dense as microwaved marshmallows...


    Ended up with less that 2 zones and it looks like HP
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    What’s causing this leaf damage 3642B239-74BC-4F98-B045-789A5E07E4AE.jpeg 3C98B229-3862-4566-BDFE-BEE3CB029719.jpeg
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    i would say thrips at first glance, but would like a couple of full plant pics before i commit to that
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    Thank you I was thinking those maybe the culprit but I can find any pest on leafs using a USB microscope. I will take. Pic of whole plant brb.
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    actually, that looks more like broad mite damage.
    i don't like Neem oil, it stinks, and i'm allergic to it, but it works pretty good.
    i prefer spinosad myself, not only as a foliar spray, but also as a soil drench at half strength.
    one good drench should be enough, but for russet mites i'd spray at least 5 times at 3 day intervals.
    even if i'm wrong and it is thrips, i'd recommend the same treatment
    (also, i think you're overfeeding slightly)
     
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    Crippykeeper

    Crippykeeper Well-Known Member

    Thank you. I was afraid of that. I hope I’m able to finish this cycle with spinosad and forbid4f is in the mail for veg. Thanks again for the input much appreciated
     
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