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Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by justatoker, Feb 2, 2009.

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    OneWithTheDank

    OneWithTheDank Member

    Still having the issue. Anyone have an input ?
     

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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    I have seen that when toasting the grow of a plant that I had no yet
    known was sensitive to nutes.,..i.e. serious N burn....but also when I
    hit my ladies with a harsh soap+oil+poison bug spray too.

    ==> How does the newer growth look? Does it show the early signs
    of this effect? If not, then whatever it is has passed.

    Good luck,

    JD
     
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    Metgrower17

    Metgrower17 New Member

    IMG_0217.JPG Does any one know what is going on with my plants
     
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    OneWithTheDank

    OneWithTheDank Member

    The new growth doesn't show it at first. Then it just slowly starts on the new leaves eventually devouring the whole thing
     
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Oh, that is bad. I have had plants like that....kinda "spooked".

    I have thought to repot such a plant in either plain perlite or hempy mix,
    so that any over-feeding could be recovered from.

    I actually just tried it myself:
    IMG_5863.JPG

    I have been having my own battles, with a harsh bug spray zapping things a bit too.

    This little plant had basically stopped growing. The max air-to-roots that this mix will ensure
    will really help it revive, I am hoping.

    Good luck,

    JD
     
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    Delta-9Pyromaniac

    Delta-9Pyromaniac Member

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    SuperUser

    SuperUser Member

    What is this?
     

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    Dudemankidson

    Dudemankidson Member

    What's the consensus on this? I see similar leaves on my ladies sometimes. As of now I seem to have to match my cal-mag sup to my veg bases to avoid my leaves doing that to some extent, better or worse. I'm in coco/perlite, under a CLW, using Blumats & AN bases. If you look thru the foliage you'll see brown spots. They look totally different under the led. The new foliage only developes them if my Cal-mag supplement isn't where it should be or they're running of outta res mix. Bending branchs down daily by hand atm, prepping for my first scrog go.
     

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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    I think that we are going to need better photos of the problem.
     
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    mackey

    mackey Well-Known Member

    I'm on my first grow since 2012 & not experienced except with veggies & houseplants. This stuff is hard to grow when it hits flower. Read two books & all problem sections many times but my Hawaiian Thia is in 3rd week of flower & losing way too many leaves at bottom. The leaves are yellowing starting at tips and veins look almost white then turn brown. Seem to hang on & not fall off even when dead. My kurple purple is in same soil, same organic ferts but not affected as bad. Few brown edges on some leaves. Tried every thing but flush. Anyone know what the problem could be?
     
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    OneWithTheDank

    OneWithTheDank Member

    Hey everyone.:hump::hump:

    I'm having an issue with a sweet tooth plant that I have . I got 3 fem seeds from seedsman and I germinated two one sprouted other didn't . :wall::wall:

    Anyways I grew it up over a month or so and it started having issues. I transplanted it into a 5 gallon smart pot with happy frog and wet it down nice and the issue continued .

    I just started growing my third sweet tooth seed and after it's 4th node it looks like it's starting to do the same thing .

    Anyone experienced this. Thanks !
     

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    Budzbuddha

    Budzbuddha Well-Known Member

    Looks like an issue with PH
    What is your water at ?
     
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    BostonPuff

    BostonPuff Member

    hey team, having some issues that may be hard to diagnose due to shitty pics, the second plant i didnt even bother taking out from under the LED cuz it looks toast. but the fist is showing some weirdness on the new growth, kind of yellowish with darker green veins. was getting some nute burn so i flushed them both, the smaller of the two didnt recover well, and i gave them both a tiny bit of cal mag after the flush as i thought it may be a calmag deficiency issue. any help would be appreciated!
     

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    Budzbuddha

    Budzbuddha Well-Known Member

    Calcium - CalMag it
     
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    Frazier331

    Frazier331 New Member

    Can someone help. Don't know what is wrong. Plant grew fine and was a foot tall in a little over a month but overnight the upper leaves started cupping. 1 week difference between pics. I used a 875 lumen led from seedling until it started cupping and switched to a 875 lumen cfl because I thought it may be light burn but it has did nothing but get worse. Temp at canopy has never got over 76° or below 68°. Need help before it's too far gone and I have to scrap it
     

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    Danlalf

    Danlalf New Member

    20170319_163942.jpg I'm new to growing and these babies have been having some issues.

    They are in Week 3 after sprouting from seed.

    They have been just recently transplanted to a bigger pot to prevent root bind. They were transplanted from small pots about a 1/2 or 1/3 gallon pot.

    Here is my setup:

    Lights: 4x 23W 6500K CFL
    Tent: 2x2x5 Grow tent w proper vent(stays around 19°-21°)
    Watering Scheduale: Every 3 days with tap water that has evaporated chlorine
    Nutrients: None ( except in potting mix, 0.21-0.11-0.16)
    Lighting: 18/6

    If anyone can please help me I'd really appreciate it!
     

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    BostonPuff

    BostonPuff Member

    @Danlalf

    Forget the approach of watering on a fixed schedule, water your plants when the pots became light (meaning the water in the soil has been consumed or has evaporated). Also make sure you pH your water.
     
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    Danlalf

    Danlalf New Member

    I usually end up doing that but it rounds out to be around 3 days. I play it by feel usually. I don't have a large amount of funds for this so I can't afford a pH meter. Is normal water not fine? I have natural spring water that I could water it with.
     
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    BostonPuff

    BostonPuff Member

    I can't tell you if your water is fine or not, bottled waters have a pretty broad range of ph, tap water even more so. A ph meter is like 10$ on amazon. 10€ on amazon.de or U.K. Money well spent, if your pH is whacky you will surely have issues.
     
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Judging need by weight is a very good idea.
     

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