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Guide to Nutrient Deficiency or Toxicity

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by nick17gar, Nov 18, 2011.

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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    It's a bitch. I had a rather nasty case of over nitro last grow. I flushed for days on two seperated occasions to no avail. I run an RDWC, so you think it would be easy to kick, but no. One guy told me to use abscisic acid right after a flush, but i ran out of time. Read up on that stuff it sounds cool, but its not cheap. Good luck man.
     
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    jewsh808

    jewsh808 Member

    Fuck..I've already done so much lol I don't want to over react anymore lol...Yeah its nasty totally learned my lesson on this round..I was able to transplant some babes from a solo cup up into 1 gallons so looks like some are growing out of it
     
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    Stltoed

    Stltoed Well-Known Member

    It sucks. You want to strangle those little bastards sometimes. I totally get it. I want to work with ABA someday, but not when my plants have downsydrome. Good luck dude. If you need a shoulder to cry on im here. Haha
     
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    jewsh808

    jewsh808 Member

    I'm starting to see why guys use the "Lucas Formula" ...to avoid nitrogen overuse right??
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    those are classic overfeeding signs. dark green leaves and tip clawing are sure signs of N tox. tip burn can come from a number of things being too heavy.
    what kind of pots are you using, what kind of medium, what strength are you feeding at?
     
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    jewsh808

    jewsh808 Member

    Red square bottom Solo cups, 4" square pots and 1 gallon square pots...I use peatmoss/perlite...it procision advantage mix from roots..."soilless" does not come amended at all..I was doing anywhere from 1/4-1/2 tsp per gallon of foliage pro (Dyna Gro) balancing out the pH with protekt...hygrozyme to keep roots healthy...I had my Hanna meter I would never go over 350ppm and kept my pH always 6.2-6.6...I emailed Roots company to ask them just to be sure and they recommended pH for the mix I was using is 6.3-7.0
     
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    OneHitDone

    OneHitDone Well-Known Member

    One other consideration, aren't enzymes more of a clean up the roots occasionally/later kind of thing? Don't see why you would use enzymes that early on. :confused:
     
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    jewsh808

    jewsh808 Member

    Thanks...I'll keep that in mind
     

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