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Spotted leaves

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

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    mickeygreen

    mickeygreen New Member

    Hey All,

    So i trimmed this leave off of my plants. Its looking pretty rugid. Its planted in a 5gallon smart with coco coir/pera. Mix. I water every three days. I do NOT put any current nutriens in them. I do have calmag but was nervous to use. Any idea whats going on??
     

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    leather lungs

    leather lungs Well-Known Member

    Cal/mag deficiency
     
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    Lite

    Lite Well-Known Member

    no its not
     
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    Lite

    Lite Well-Known Member

    phosphorus deficiency.

    you should be using calmag and nutes at least every other watering. what are u doing
     
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    mickeygreen

    mickeygreen New Member

    Straight water.....

    Which was working at first but im guessing they’re at that stage were they need some nutes! Help....
     
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    Lite

    Lite Well-Known Member

    after 2nd set of fan leaves, 3rd set MAX the plants needs nutrients in coco. Coco has NO natural nutrients or cal/mag. You have to give it everything.

    give it 1/2 dose of what it calls for on the bottle tonight, in the morning give it a full gallon of the full dosage, itll flush like crazy, make sure u remove the excess runoff so it does not sit in it. Cross ur fingers and pray.
    Make sure your PH IS 5.4-6.4!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !! ! !oneoneoneon11o1n1
    Make sure u get that calmag in there!
     
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2017 at 6:41 PM
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    leather lungs

    leather lungs Well-Known Member

    Good call and info
     
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    mickeygreen

    mickeygreen New Member

    Haaa alright! Going in tonight. Ill provide updates in a day or two. Thanks LITE!
     
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    mickeygreen

    mickeygreen New Member

    So the calmag flush seemed to help. Checked this morning and seeing some new growth and the leaves are looking much better. Next question is...do i clip the few leaves that are to far gone? There are few larger ones that look like the picture i orignally posted. Seems like i should cut away but figured id check here first. Thanks!
     
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    Top notch

    Top notch Member

    Yeah man rip them nasty leaves off there and watch for improvement on your new growth oh and pump the calmag to them girls especially in coco. As coco breaks down it also has a much higher calcium draw than other media that's why coco specific nutes are loaded full of more calcium than others. Happy farming ✌
     
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    mickeygreen

    mickeygreen New Member

    Ok cool ill scissor away. Guess my only concern was maybe causing to much stress. Thanks!
     

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