Trasplanted DWC to Coco/Perlite on week 4 (Help needed) *Daily update

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    AngryMexican

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    First of all sorry for my English, secondly I am very thankful for all your help guys, this is my second grow (first was 3 plants in soil).
    So I started them in DIY top fed DWC setup and ended up with root rot. I transplanted them (with a 16cm plastic netpot) as soon as I was sure that it is root rot (4 week of veg), Thanks God I did not flip it to flower...
    I have got Northen Light, Skunk and Big Bud in 10 gal and 5 gal buckets right now.
    Got almost 2000W of F-strips, only 900W currently hanged, scared to put any more because of the light stress signs.
    Girls are currently been around 2 weeks in coco/perlite (75/25). Some of them started to show odd signs few days ago after I defoliated them a bit (only few big fan leaves per plant), dunno what to do, planned to flip to Flower but I guess its not a good idea now...
    I have got around 300w of light per sq m, it it 50 cm from plants right now (was 30 cm few days ago).
    Feeding them with 400 ppm (tap 60ppm), 6,0 PH
    I will be daily upload new photos of process, ALL of advices welcome!!!

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    AngryMexican

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    This one was at the worst condition when I transplanted it... But it did not look this bad, it was not yellowing on top
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    And this one is perfectly healthy, except today first sign appear on the middle leaf...
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    AngryMexican

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    Here are new photos, more bad leaves =( removed some of them
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    AngryMexican

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    Should I try to water with h2o2 solution? Maybe it helps girls to survive?
     
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    ThatSpudGuy

    ThatSpudGuy Well-Known Member

    Looks like a potassium deficiency. What nutrients are you feeding?
     
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    AngryMexican

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    Full series of CYCO, looks to me like potassium deficiency too, so I added extra potash yesterday, going to see in a couple hours how girls react...
     
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    AngryMexican

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    Should I remove the bad leaves, even they are small?
     
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    ThatSpudGuy

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    Damaged leaves will never recover. Just keep an eye on them especialy new leaves
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

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    it looks to me like you didn't get all the root rot cured. you can get root rot in coco, i've had to deal with it. add some hydrogen peroxide to your water. if all you can get is the 3% stuff at the store, use about 15 ml per gallon, and use it at least the next three times you water.
    if you can get stronger stuff, use less, of course. i use 3 ml per gallon of 29%
     
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    AngryMexican

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    Yes but should I remove the dry ones?
    I have read on some orchid growing forum that to cure root rot should be used 1 cup of 3% per gallon, so I did water them today with that strong stuff (200ml per gallon), lets see what will happen.
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

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    if that is the problem, give them that the next two times you water, just to make sure it's all gone
     
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    AngryMexican

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    This could not be anything else I suppose... Lamps are like 20 inch away, could not be light burn or anything, potassium and iron should be ok too...
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

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    it could be a potassium issue, but with you just having a root issue last week, i'm inclined to lean that way.
     
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    AngryMexican

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    I had it 2 weeks ago, it is just so strange that plants did not react on transplantation in any way, and only now they are started to show strange signs...
     
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    AngryMexican

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    Here are fresh photos...
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    Roger A. Shrubber

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    it's on some lower leaves, but looks like mostly mids to uppers, it's either root rot or an immobile nutrient issue. and it doesn't seem to match any immobile nute symptoms.
     
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    AngryMexican

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    Now best of my girls started to get this same shit...
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    And these are hopeless I guess???
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    AngryMexican

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    Watered today with strong H2O2 (150ml of 3% per gallon) & GHE COCO nutrients (half dose) + extra potassium
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

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    it could be your lights, you might be getting some light burn, try turning a couple of those strips off, or raise them up a little higher. light burn can have similar symptoms to the beginning of root rot. its odd that you keep getting it, the only constants i can think of are your water supply and your lights...if its not one, look at the other
     
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    AngryMexican

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    What do you think about the last two ones?
     

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