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Week 10
Flowering
14
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5.51
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Commented by Mr_fluffy Mr_fluffy
5 years ago

After a week in the system I switched to flower 11/04/18.

The EC has been kept low. It’s seems they have grow better then the mothers did. I think this is because of the low EC.

They are pretty small in size compared to the Powerplant.

The mothers looks great after the transplant:+1::skin-tone-3::+1::skin-tone-3::+1::skin-tone-3:
Happy growing people:innocent:

Update:14/04 supercropped at around 13-16 cm

Waterchange 17/04

Grow Questions
Mr_fluffy week 6 started grow question 5 years ago
plants effected by leaves thats brown and crispy. Two of the plants had this in the start but almost no crispy leaves now,the most sative looking is still affected. There is very low humidety in room. 30%. EC is 1.5. Is it low humidety or nuts. See pics:grinning::+1::skin-tone-3:
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Removed answered grow question 5 years ago
It's definitely nutrient burn. Ever heard or read the expression "burnt to a crisp", just like your "crispy leaves". Your nutrient solution is really high for the veg phase, dial it back to 1.0EC/500PPM, then when you switch to flower ramp it up slowly up to 1.4EC/700PPM.
The low humidity might be causing your plants to drink more water, forcing them to take more nutrients than it's safe for them, if you can't rise your humidity, use a lower EC/PPM than normal
Mr_fluffy week 10 started grow question 5 years ago
Hey guys:grinning:I have purple stems and crispy leafs on some of My genos. Mostly on older fan leafs. My total EC is 0,9. Water here is soft with an EC of around 0,2.

It’s low humidety in the room at 32%

Pics of stem+leafs are the last pics from week 10.

Thanks in advance
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Jeff123fish answered grow question 5 years ago
The hey are still showing signs of nute stress. With the hooking leaves (nitrogen) and the large spots on the leaves ( phosphorus). I don’t know if this is from before or current so I’ll saythis when you have a nute burn you burn the fine root hairs which is where your nutrients are drawn into the plant first. Usually leaving the main part of the root to do all of the work ( which is where the water is pulled into the plant). It takes a while for these fine root hairs to grow back so the plants will appear “stuck” if you’ve made the appropriate reductions in your feed regiment then they will grow back and the plants will recover within a week or so if not you’ll need to back the nutes off some more
Mr_fluffy week 15 started grow question 5 years ago
Hello. Does the color of the tricoms look like the plants are near harvest? See pics
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Stick answered grow question 5 years ago
Hi there, what a lovely scrog! Yes harvest is near but you still need to wait a couple of days, your trichomes are currently clear and thin, they must become fat and milky, then you'll know you're in the perfect harvest window. I'll be around, keep us up-to-date, and good luck with these beauties!
Mr_fluffy week 19 started grow question 5 years ago
Hello is it nut burn or to little nuts? The biggest plants are the ones affected. The big plants also have less dense buds and more white hairs but looks like they have the potential of more dense buds. The EC rises a from 0.8 too 0.9. They drink a lot of water. Have auto topoff
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CAMOGROWN answered grow question 5 years ago
Its a combination of potassium and boroN deficiency, the LEDs ain't helping either. Its sapping the energy the plant hasn't got the fuel to keep up with. its affecting the biggest as they demand more feed as they are bigger and closer to the light by a few inches? if they are closer led par would increase. This Would stem from a pH issue or simply underfeeding the bigger girls. Check your hydro system, flush with pH and nutrient solution. Increase feed. Also increase light off temp, this can affect uptake of nutrients.
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DudeGrowsWeed
DudeGrowsWeed week 10

Looks like nutrient burn overall to me. Purple stems are an indication of issues with the Phosphorus levels.

DudeGrowsWeed
DudeGrowsWeed

@Mr_fluffy, You’re right, 0.7 EC should be fine. I’m also a little surprised your humidity is low with hydroponics, usually that helps raise the humidity for you, but 32% is low. I’d try getting it up to 45-50%

Mr_fluffy
Mr_fluffy

@DudeGrowsWeed, yeah I agree, but I’m just suprised over how little nuts I’m using. 0,7 EC Is very little don’t you think? The EC is stable so that’s an indicator I guess. Is the low humidety maby contributing?