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Nute problems first outside balcony grow

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Armand Turner, Sep 13, 2017.

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    Armand Turner

    Armand Turner Member

    Can anyone identify what's going on here first balcony grow in pots
     

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    Bugeye

    Bugeye Well-Known Member

    High winds on your balcony? I don't know exactly what your talking about though.
     
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    BotanyIsFun

    BotanyIsFun Well-Known Member

    It's hard to tell by the picture, but the leaf with the spots in the center looks like it could be a calcium deficiency. On the other hand, the leaf with a slight curl that's toward the upper left next to the suns glare looks a little like it's over watered. Have you tried checking the ph, or noticed any gnats buzzing around?
     
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    XipXipXoom

    XipXipXoom Member

    What are you feeding it? If miracle gro you're likely lacking micro's and secondaries.
     
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    Armand Turner

    Armand Turner Member

    Okay yea I think I overwatered it when I gave it nutes anything I can do
     
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    Armand Turner

    Armand Turner Member

    Been giving it dr earth bud and bloom with earthgrow organic opting soil with work castings
     
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    Armand Turner

    Armand Turner Member

    Dr earth bud and bloom as a tea and in the soil
     
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    HotWaterKarl

    HotWaterKarl Well-Known Member

    You can put a fan trained right on the stem and soil to help dry it out/put the pot in the sun...take it inside in a low humidity room to evaporate...wait and let it dry out good, or maybe put a bunch of this on the top of the soil to remove some moisture..https://www.planetnatural.com/product/soil-moist/.....if you see any little fruit fly looking things they are fungus gnats and their larvae are eating your roots.
     
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    XipXipXoom

    XipXipXoom Member

    That Dr Earth looks like a complete formula. Over-fertilizing may have dropped the pH to the point of lockout. Have you measured the pH of your runoff? What is your soil mix?
     
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    Armand Turner

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    Yes I had major problem with them
     
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    Armand Turner

    Armand Turner Member

    I'm supper low budget so I don't have one but I did flush the soil real good today and hours later I think they perked up a bit not sure
     
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    BotanyIsFun

    BotanyIsFun Well-Known Member

    With fungus gnats, I use an H2O2 mixture which will kill the larvae in the soil (but will also kill the beneficial microbes), and then put a layer of white sand (washed) on top of the soil to deter adults from laying more eggs.
     
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    XipXipXoom

    XipXipXoom Member

    pH testing on a super low budget
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/80pcs-1Set-...ips-Paper-BODY-WATER-SOIL-FOOD-/301582928384?

    Fungas gnats can be a result of overwatering. Let the soil dry out between waterings and the eggs on the surface of the soil can't survive. What soil mix are you using?
     
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    Armand Turner

    Armand Turner Member

    I think it's lockout I flu
    I'm using Earth roll organic potting mix and a little bit of organic hummus and I germinated the plants in Miracle-Gro
     
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    HotWaterKarl

    HotWaterKarl Well-Known Member

    Another product that can help with fungus gnats is beneficial nematodes. You can get them at the hardware store or the garden center. They are cheap and will kill any larvae. You need to hang sticky strips to catch the adults so they can't lay more eggs. Then put kitty litter or sand on top after the soil is more dry.
     
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