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One Plant is Turning Black will it Go Back?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by MrGhettoGrower, Nov 14, 2017.

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    MrGhettoGrower

    MrGhettoGrower Well-Known Member

    I have 5 plants 2 of one strain unknown and 3 deadhead OG it's the 5th week of flowering and all of a sudden one plant is turning black with no ideal what's up it's perky and has the biggest bud of the 5 plants it's just the fan leaves are going black?
     

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    genuity

    genuity ambition

    Once you go Black,you don't go back....
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    be very careful sometimes they give off a stink thats incurable too.
     
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    MrGhettoGrower

    MrGhettoGrower Well-Known Member

    I thought I smelled something funny it's has nice trichomes on it...
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    look up the word "senescence"
     
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    MrGhettoGrower

    MrGhettoGrower Well-Known Member

    The means it's dying the tri's are only cloudy ?
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    temps, rh, nutrients/lack of can all cause color changes like this.
     
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    stoned-monkey

    stoned-monkey Well-Known Member

    looks like you got some clawing going on. lay off the nitrogen a bit, nitrogen toxicity can cause clawing and dark leaves.
    some strains do go black/dark purple naturally, so use your judgement.
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    in nature, where no one is over feeding them, plants will always look like yours by the time all the trichs are cloudy. they're forced to consume the nutrients in their lower leaves to feed reproductive growth. the plant also starts to produce ethylene gas, which causes ripening in fruit and vegetables, but it also causes leaves to fall, usually after the plant has absorbed most of the nutrients stored in the leaf.
    the next plant you grow, feed it veg food till it stops stretching, then switch over to flower food. it still may do this slightly, but to a much lesser degree

    and honestly, that looks like it may be genetic coloring, it doesn't seem to be eating itself too drastically. you may get lucky and get some purple buds
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    buy the way, all the trichs being cloudy is the plant telling you its ready to chop. thats a personal preference actually. i like to chop when i stop seeing many clears, if i wait till i start seeing a significant amount of amber, it tends to put me to sleep. if you like the heavy weight knock you out buzz, wait till you see 10-15% amber
     
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    MrGhettoGrower

    MrGhettoGrower Well-Known Member

    It's 5 weeks flowering tomorrow that's really early the earliest I've chopped before is 7 weeks I was going to feed once more then flush it once or twice..
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    they look fine other than the color. are the leaves getting necrotic spots on them? are they drooping, drying up, or falling off? if not, i wouldn't be too concerned about it
    and don't flush, you're growing a plant, not taking a shit
     
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    TenerifeJon

    TenerifeJon Active Member

    Some og stains can do this how are your night temps and day temps
     
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    MrGhettoGrower

    MrGhettoGrower Well-Known Member

    60-65 at night 70-75 day temp
     
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    MrGhettoGrower

    MrGhettoGrower Well-Known Member

    No spots the leave look good other than the color I gave a good watering a few days ago it hasn't gotten any worse the buds haven't change colors and look like the hairs are still really white:eyesmoke:
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    then i would guess its a genetic trait. any disease or infection they had that would make them change color that much would have other obvious ill effects. keep on doin what you're doin, seems to be working
     
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