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Leaves yellowing too fast in flower?

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by Married2MarryJ, Feb 9, 2018.

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    Married2MarryJ

    Married2MarryJ Well-Known Member

    hey guys so I have an ethos genetics rainmaker and she’s 36 Days in flower her bottom leaves are yellowing and her top leaves are lighter green but now turning purple. I have been feed water feed water. Are the leaves yellow too fast or is this natural?
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    InigoMontoya

    InigoMontoya Well-Known Member

    It's a little early for that much. Looking closely at the pics I can see some burnt tips and clawed leaves here and there which would be nitrogen toxicity, and a few other things some more experienced members on here could pinpoint for you better than I can.
     
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    Jimmy the vest uk

    Jimmy the vest uk Active Member

    I used to get this a lot around the same time as you are seeing it. I added cal mag pro to my feeding schedule and it all stopped
     
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    tywashere

    tywashere Well-Known Member

    That looks like lockout, I doubt its deficient... That's a big plant for such a small container. You must feed it a lot yeah? It's probably got salt buildup. Do you have access to RO water?
     
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    Married2MarryJ

    Married2MarryJ Well-Known Member

    I was thinking of purchasing cal mag. It’s a 5 gal Lowe’s bucket it I vegged it for 8 weeks.
     
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    Married2MarryJ

    Married2MarryJ Well-Known Member

    I have been feeding it this crap fox farm bloom nutrients and mammoth p i just feel the plant wants more those bites probably aren’t best. Feeding At ph of 5.8 is that too low? I just got blue planet nutrients I’m ditching the fox farm nutrients but hmm I wonder what this is
     
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    Jimmy the vest uk

    Jimmy the vest uk Active Member

    5.8 is for hydroponics bro
     
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    Jimmy the vest uk

    Jimmy the vest uk Active Member

     

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    Married2MarryJ

    Married2MarryJ Well-Known Member

    Word man in my first grow this didn’t happen but she’s been through some stress also.
     
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    Jimmy the vest uk

    Jimmy the vest uk Active Member

    I would say that big enough if my calculations are right that’s about 20 litres. I use 22 litres and grow happy healthy 6 footers and beyond
     
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    Jimmy the vest uk

    Jimmy the vest uk Active Member

    It’s lockout from ph to low bro there’s other charts that are more simple to understand I will find 1 quick
     
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    Married2MarryJ

    Married2MarryJ Well-Known Member

    Am I too late it will some cal mag and ph fix this problem?
     
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    Underground Scientist

    Underground Scientist Well-Known Member

    Your first grow was great. WWxAK

    Might have early fade on that one, but she's very well developed for 36 days. That's a tough look, under fed maybe.
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    Pretty sure it’s fine. It’s drawing resources from leaves to out into the bud. Probably another 20-30 days, roughly.
     
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    somedude584

    somedude584 Member

    What's your substrate? I'd recommend flushing with appropriately pH'd water. There's definitely a nitrogen toxicity there, I've dealt with similar around the same time but have found a flush every two weeks or so does the trick. You'll still get some good bud but your yield will be diminished for sure.
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    That definitely doesn’t look N tox’d. It would be dark green and curling.
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    It’s clawing. Doesn’t necessarily mean N tox. The leaves are way too light for it to be that. It’s probably clawing because it’s fading.
     
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    Underground Scientist

    Underground Scientist Well-Known Member

    Are you using Pure Ocean Forest?
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    pH won’t matter as much in organics. That isn’t lockout from pH.
     

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