Brown and yellow spotting

Darkoh69

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Assuming your using quality nutrients & mixing them the way the label on the bottle tells you to, I would say you have ph problems
 

Darkoh69

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I was thinking the same thing. Ive been feeding from 6.1 to 6.4 ph using athena pro line
Ideally you want to use the whole ph range from 5.5 to 6.5. This chart taught me a lot about which nutrients come available to plants at which ph levels 8CAB2A9D-2AEC-4AFB-BBA0-1A0AC7EE87DD.jpeg
 

Darkoh69

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See how boron phosphorus & manganese are better available at the lower ph range, then if you look up how a plant is affected by boron, phosphorus & manganese deficiencies you see how important it is to use the whole ph range
 

Nutty sKunK

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Yea only water when its dry about a inch or so below the top of soil
That might not be dry enough. The pot should feel very light and obviously they’ll drop slightly when in desperate need of some water.

If it’s not watering habits it’s pH related. You’ve got multiple things going on there which is most common when the pH is off. But also the same things happen when the soil is too moist
 

FastFreddi

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Watering techniques as stated....water when pots are light, don't bother with the fingerfuck method...depending upon humidity, pot size and drainage and air movement, that dries quickly, while the rootzone remains wet.
Rectify this, problem solved.
Good luck.
FF
 
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