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Plant Moisture Stress - Symptoms and Solutions

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Uncle Ben, Jan 12, 2009.

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    Michiganjesse

    Michiganjesse Well-Known Member

     

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    Michiganjesse

    Michiganjesse Well-Known Member

    Finally got picture for you to load what do you think in the same soil fabric pots they do great in the hydrosoil they it sucks
     
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    roachfinder

    roachfinder Active Member

    I've never grew in that type. But if there are limited options I would let it dry a lil bit. Just keep a close eye on it
     
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    420producer

    420producer Well-Known Member

    i see it looks like its changing for the better
     
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    420producer

    420producer Well-Known Member

    i see it looks like its changing for the better .mine changed to purp similar to your. imo let it dry out for sure , weed dont like to be wet
     
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    Michiganjesse

    Michiganjesse Well-Known Member

    Thank you i will start watering add in a normal soil grow. Hope all my air lines in my soil are still going to help such a waste on this system I have a few hundred dollars invested in it.
     
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    Michiganjesse

    Michiganjesse Well-Known Member

    Just through a strawberry banana into flower last week going to run her dry in this system and see what it does. Cross my fingers
     
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    haight

    haight Well-Known Member

    I do much better wet then "letting" the soil dry out. Just seems to slow down growth and size
     
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    Michiganjesse

    Michiganjesse Well-Known Member

    I seem to be having issues they look over watered turning purple and black like signs of over watering do you use modularhydro buckets
     
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    Wt Stevie´s

    Wt Stevie´s Member

    had the same problem with the neem oil.I did apply lights on though and I think that was the problem,and I think I overwatered as well,so I transplanted and problem solved
     
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    slownickel

    slownickel Well-Known Member

    Haight,

    This may mean that you have your conductivity too high or in general, too high K and Na compared to Ca. It is critical in soils and mediums to not overwater, otherwise you are guaranteeing yourself calcium deficiency. If you don't like what you see when holding back water, you may have too much K and even N in your soil/medium. Do you have a soil analysis?
     
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    haight

    haight Well-Known Member

    Nah, I use Ocean Forrest and fertilize with Tiger Bloom very sparingly. The hard water around here comes out of the spigot at 7.2 to 7.4. I think you need three things: Water, light and nutrients. My flower room tends to run hot when the lights are on 80-84f. I water from the bottom so the soil at the top tends to stay dry but at the bottom it's wet. I do not let the pots sit in water. I water every other day for the most part.
     
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    haight

    haight Well-Known Member

    Three gallon pots in a saucer. I water from the bottom. Anyone with fungus gnat issues should consider watering from the bottom.
     
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    Harleyman954

    Harleyman954 Member

    Got a few plants going just seeing what you think. Thanks , it's a top and side pics of each, one got some damage from bulb
     

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    CoreyAcesome

    CoreyAcesome Member

    I woke up to this, the lanky one started a day or two before the one in the red pot, some soft some crispy leaves.
     

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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    overwatering?
     
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    Knotty Head

    Knotty Head New Member

    I reall need help. I am more than a month in on my candyland grow. The girls are stunted and showing this burning that wont go away. 600w mh, 640 cfm exhaust fan, 600 inline fan, 2 mini fans for circulation. Temps reach high 80's and go as low as 75ish, i am in a hot area. I was watering with bottled spring water and thought thats where the problem was coming from, so i just began using my filtered tap. Plants looking better but still not sure. New seedlings look totally healthy and have only gotten tap.
     

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    Field-O-Green

    Field-O-Green Member

    Can anyone confirm over watering/ possible root rotting? 20161028_104631.jpg
     
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    420producer

    420producer Well-Known Member

    looks like your soil might be a lil hot.. ?? let it dry out use some fan to get air moving. dont see any clawing? where they clones?
     
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    Useless89

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