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millerman543 millerman543
4 days ago
All is well I’m going on a 7 day vacation and when I get back special kush is getting the chop. She’s on only water from here on out. The rest of them are getting another week this has been a great grow and these are gonna be good smoke if I can finish strong on the dry and cure.
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millerman543
millerman543started grow question 2 months ago
The new growth on some of my plants appears to be wrinkly I’m hoping this is not signs of root rot if so what do I do ??
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Scrubbyjimbobanswered grow question 2 months ago
Looking at your diary, it's your Skywalker I'd be most concerned about. Some of the others are a little bit pale but that one needs some attention. Was that the one with the gnats? It could be your roots maybe. Since you just repotted, I'd give them a little more time to adjust then reevaluate. In the meantime, collect some runoff data and make sure your soil is in a good range.
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001100010010011110answered grow question 2 months ago
Rootzone issues will look different. I don't know enough about plant diseases to rule those out. I've had a few look much worse than in pic#1 before and they never turn out well, but a little fugly is fine and woth the effort. Case in point: the duck leaved strains or the other weirdly shaped leaves on some other strains... brain farting on the other popular one. But, if it is a hideous leaf with wrinkles and inconsistent pigmentation that it does not grow out of, i kill those plants with a smile, nowadays. no hesitation. Maybe it's a virus, maybe it's a genetic mutation? don't care.. every plant i bothered that looked like that was trash even if the rate of growth kept up with other plants, so out they go. the wrinkling in that first pic is probably genetic or ??. In 2nd picture i think that's just a leaf that's showing some hints of interveinal chlorosis. I'd take this per plant. e.g. that last pic shows a lower / shielded leaf. If that's the only problem on the plant, i wouldn't react much to it unless it pregressed/spread. I don't think this is the case, but if it isonly happening in heavily lit areas and top growth nodes nearby are a bit tightly packed, could be a little too much light and the leaf has initial stages of light burn or cannibailization, whatever is the cause and effect inside the plant.. means the same for us either way... less light good. Interveinal chlorosis without any accomanying otehr symptoms is more often a trace element issue which is unlikely to be true. Check pH. May sure it has not become too acidic or too alkaline. Good thing here is a ph-lockout would normally be a smorgasborg of problems, lol, but if only slightly off maybe it's fucking with 1 trace element. A deficiency of Fe, Mn, Zn can all give interveinal chlorosis. But other things can also lock these out if they are fed at too high of a concentration. Calcium would be the primary suspect if that is the case. If Ca is super high, it starts to block the path of other cations. Too much P or K can also block some of those out, if not all like calcium can. So, lots of things cause interveinal chlorosis. This seems to be moving slowly, which allows you to be patient about diagnosis. since you are in soil it's bit more of a guessing game or we could just go over your fertilization formula and give'er a tweak just based on the numbers. I'd wait a bit longer and let this one more clearly identify itself in regard to the interveinal chlorosis. Do the simple stuff.. make sure pH is relatively safe. if you amped anything up (or down) the last couple weeks, consider reverting. And, That first pic might just be a fugly plant genetic. i wouldn't worry but hope it doesn't stay that way or get worse, lol. I'd keep it, and i have a low bar for removing weaker plants as i said. plus, too late to employ that stategy.. it's part of your canopy and needs to pull its weight or it's just empty space.
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HerbalEdu
HerbalEduweek 7
Nice canopy 👍💪😎
millerman543
millerman543
@HerbalEdu, Thankyou sir !!
Krisis
Krisisweek 6
Nice canopy 😳
millerman543
millerman543
@Krisis, thanks a little crowded but it’ll do looks like I need a bigger tent
GrowthConsultant
GrowthConsultantweek 1
nice one buddy 😍😍
millerman543
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@GrowthConsultant, Thankyou appreciate it
James
Jamesweek 1
Loooking delicious buddy! 🌱
millerman543
millerman543
@James, Thankyou brother !!!
resi_max
resi_maxweek 1
Good luck and happy growing! 😁
millerman543
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@resi_max, appreciate it Thankyou!!