Help diagnose spots on leaves

ҖҗlegilizeitҗҖ

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Looks like you need more light as well. Those girls are very stretchy.
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Looks like a phosphorus deficiency to me, but since you are at 1.8 ec, I'd say a lock out then.
Bring it down to 1.25 ec
Make sure your PH is right.
My recommendation is to cut the silica, and the flora grow.
Lucas formula has shown some really good results
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Darknes01

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Looks like you need more light as well. Those girls are very stretchy.
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Looks like a phosphorus deficiency to me, but since you are at 1.8 ec, I'd say a lock out then.
Bring it down to 1.25 ec
Make sure your PH is right.
My recommendation is to cut the silica, and the flora grow.
Lucas formula has shown some really good results
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Few hours ago i top fed them and they are already starting to show some good signs, I think my biggest issue was not top feeding them for over 5 days so they went into full nutrient deficiency. My mistake was thinking because they are big already they should be ok but didnt think about the fact that they did not have established roots that stretched into the res for them to drink on their own. Since before i planted them into the hydro system i used to manually feed them every single day. I will come back tomorrow and give an update. As of now , a lot of them have started to turn green on the stems from being all red and purple.
 

Darknes01

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I tried to update the original post but it wont let me edit it for some reason.
Anyway, After top feeding them 2 times yesterday they have sprung back to life.
It was nutrient deficiency but basically because of my oversight that they dont have roots
in the system yet and were used to being top feed every single day for over 2 months then suddenly
i dropped them into a new system and stopped feeding them thinking they can just get food and water from where? lol pretty stupid mistake and almost cost me my entire cycle.
I just watered them again and i see vigorous new growth and roots popping out of everywhere from the bottom.
This goes to show how 1 small oversight can mess up everything and send people down the wrong path. I thought it was everything but simply them being hungry and thirsty lol.
cheers everyone and thank you all for trying to help.
CASE CLOSED!
 

kratosxxl

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I tried to update the original post but it wont let me edit it for some reason.
Anyway, After top feeding them 2 times yesterday they have sprung back to life.
It was nutrient deficiency but basically because of my oversight that they dont have roots
in the system yet and were used to being top feed every single day for over 2 months then suddenly
i dropped them into a new system and stopped feeding them thinking they can just get food and water from where? lol pretty stupid mistake and almost cost me my entire cycle.
I just watered them again and i see vigorous new growth and roots popping out of everywhere from the bottom.
This goes to show how 1 small oversight can mess up everything and send people down the wrong path. I thought it was everything but simply them being hungry and thirsty lol.
cheers everyone and thank you all for trying to help.
CASE CLOSED!
just dont use organic calmag bro read the god damn label :)
 
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