First a question, are you sure you are using 11 gallon of soil or is it 11 liters? Either way, stop feeding, is too early, let the plant feed itself from the soil, if you are using 11 gallon of soil, you most probably won't need to feed anything during the whole growth, if you are using 11 liters, you will probably will have to feed after the pre-flower stretch. Those white spots you have, I've had them before when over feeding calcium, due to either a calcium additive or when using hard tap water (city water with too much salts); get a cheap EC/PPM meter and measure your tap water, it should be 200 to 20 PPM at most. You are also over watering, that's what's causing the wrinkle leaves most probably, the water should last 5 days or so and at this point 0,5 gal is way too much, give them 500 cc of water (17 oz) that should do it, when the soil is dry, water again with the same amount, when you notice that the water amount is only lasting 2 days, then double the water amount, that should last 5 days or so again, repeat the process, each time the water amount starts lasting 2 days only, you double the amount. Finally, the wrinkle leaves can also be due to the lights been too close and giving heat stress to the leaves, be sure the plant is not too close (put your hand at plant level below the light, is it too hot? then move the light away 5 cm (2 inches) or so.
Hi @BluheBlah! Foliage coloration looks OK, you still have enough leaves for the photosynthesis to work, temps are perfectly fine, leaves look healthy and are not showing any signs of deficiency nor toxicity, relative humidity is good for flowering stage, stretch was controlled with a good plant<-->light distance, overall your run seems almost perfect! You can improve your next run by getting your hands on a pH-pen and EC-meter, these tools are a must-have for any serious grower, controlling the pH and EC is the best way to deliver all the needed nutrients while avoiding over-feeding or under-feeding. Hope this will help, keep up the great work, and happy growing :facepunch:
Hi guys.I have a small problem.My trichomes have been clear for the past to weeks.And the hairs almost all of them have already darkend.So i am not sure if i should let it be still for some time.
Maybe it is becouse of the tempratutre,It is getting cold in here,Thanks:)
I would say your on track , Your picture show's lots of development in the heads of the trykes . The only thing i could suggest is to raise your day time temps to about 70F and to raise the temps of your substrate by a little bit , not that its overly dangerous but your substrate temps should be just above 21C this way you ensure you plants root system is still working at full force and not slowing down because it thinks the seasons are changing . You have to understand that cannabis is considered an annual which means it lives from spring till fall then goes dormant for the winter time . Your night time temps are good 18 is perfect for night time . So over all I would say just raise your day time temps by a little bit and your plant will kick itself into overdrive ! Hope this info has helped you! -Happy Growing!
So your trichromes at least have the swollen mushroom tops happening, thats a good thing, they're at least developing. Cold temps can help increase trichromes and colors on the plant, but you will still need a relatively warm daytime environment. Try making just a couple adjustments, if you have to water with warm water at least the roots will experience some trick of warmth, if you cant heat up the whole area. Aim for 70s daytime at least.
Good luck with the finish, nice trichrome photo too, really great quality. :v:
Hello. Like for the rest of the growing, your plants like Temperatures between 22 and 25 most. If you are under 20 The hole lifecycle slows down.You may give her a warmer envoirement. There are Heatmats who automatically start if the temperature falls. Or if your growsetup is in a room , heat the room. You will see, after getting warm surrounding your plant gets well and the Trichomes get milky