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Royal Dwarf (1)

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3877
4 years ago
VEG
LED / 100W
Custom
BioBizz
Nutrients
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
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Grow Conditions
Week 6
Flowering
33
inch
cm
Height
12.99
inch
cm
Height
20 hrs
Light Schedule
27
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
81
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
50%
Air Humidity
Weak
Smell
1.06
gal
l
Pot Size
4
gal
l
Pot Size
12
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
4.72
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
Nutrients
sebino sebino
4 years ago
Grow Questions
sebino week 6 started grow question 4 years ago
Probably a little over fed with N? I laready flushed her, at the moment she is in the 6th week, I'm using bio bizz with the suggested dose by the producer, but in 1,5L of water. What do you think?
Resolved
Leaves. Curl down
Show all Answers (3)
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi @sebino! Dark foliage, clawling leaves, yep this definitely looks like a Nitrogen toxicity, and I think you're not far away from the non-recovery point. Your plant has ended her stretch and don't need Nitrogen anymore, she will be fine with the Nitrogen accumulated in her system and in your soil. Now as an emergency move, you must flush your medium asap with an unreasonable amount of water (some growers do it under the shower!), this will help to get rid of the extra Nitrogen in the soil and get back on track on a healthier basis. When flushing, keep watering until you have at least 30% of the container's capacity in the runoff. Don't feed at all, even BioBloom and TopMax can make the situation getting worst, because of salts buildup she probably won't be able to handle any nutrient intakes for a while. Flush, flush, flush, then use a tiny fan to blow a fresh continuous breeze onto her container, this will speed up drying for the medium. After a few days the medium should be dry and you will see how it goes, and we'll be around to help again. Keep us up-to-date, and happy growing :facepunch:
sebino week 8 started grow question 4 years ago
Hi all! Just started week 8. I will give her 3ml bloom nutrients (Bbizz) till the end of week 9, so two weeks yet. Then I will flush and water her for another week, or liitle more, with just water. What do you think guys? Also, what should I do with the soil after harvest? Cheers
Resolved
Techniques. Defoliation
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CRiSPrGrow answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey there my friend, in soil you want to have quite a long flush - two weeks minimum. You can start the flush after you finish feeding, but the only way to really see how close you are to harvest is to use a 70x microscope. I found a $1.79 one on amazon. basically when you're almost all cloudy trichomes then you start the flush and you should finish perfectly. Up to you my friend, but if your flush is too short your weed will be very harsh. Anyway keep following your plan, I hope you will be very successful. that's it ! :rocket:
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Comments
Stick
Stick week 6

Hi @sebino! Dark foliage, clawling leaves, yep this definitely looks like a Nitrogen toxicity, and I think you're not far away from the non-recovery point. Your plant has ended her stretch and don't need Nitrogen anymore, she will be fine with the Nitrogen accumulated in her system and in your soil. Now as an emergency move, you must flush your medium asap with an unreasonable amount of water (some growers do it under the shower!), this will help to get rid of the extra Nitrogen in the soil and get back on track on a healthier basis. When flushing, keep watering until you have at least 30% of the container's capacity in the runoff. Don't feed at all, even BioBloom and TopMax can make the situation getting worst, because of salts buildup she probably won't be able to handle any nutrient intakes for a while. Flush, flush, flush, then use a tiny fan to blow a fresh continuous breeze onto her container, this will speed up drying for the medium. After a few days the medium should be dry and you will see how it goes, and we'll be around to help again. Keep us up-to-date, and happy growing :facepunch: