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Commented by Peeman Peeman
7 months ago

Hello Growmie’s and welcome back to my diary

Trainwreck #1 has started to show some signs of what appears to be a calcium deficiency. I will recalibrate my pH pen and add a little bit more Calnesium next run.
Trainwreck #2 suffered a split trunk from a torrential downpour and strong winds on Sunday, August 2. Repaired trunk with a zip tie and wire. Should make a full recovery.

Super Skunk auto #1 looks and smells divine. According to breeder, she should’ve been done last week but trichomes are half clear and half milky so I’m going to wait a little longer.
Super Skunk #2 is a little ugly duckling but I’m going to be patient with her and hopefully be rewarded.

Blue Fire #1 & 2 are big drinkers & heavy feeders. One of the photos shows a large fan leaf stripped of her nutrients. Maybe a little boost of nitrogen might not be a bad thing :yum:

The rest of the girls in my backyard garden look happy and healthy. Preflowering has begun and exciting times are just around the corner. :raised_hands:

Comments or advice always welcome
Stay safe and happy growing
See you soon

Grow Questions
Peeman week 10 started grow question 7 months ago
Calcium deficiency?
Photos of Trainwreck #1 top leaves have brown spots and curling tips. Is this a calcium deficiency? Please help :pray:
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GrowGuy97 answered grow question 7 months ago
If it starts from the bottom up it’s a calcium deficiency, if it starts from the top she needs more water! ( from my experience of course) hope this helps friend & happy growing!:v::skin-tone-3::seedling:
The8thChevron answered grow question 7 months ago
In most cases, this is a calmag issue. Either she's not getting enough or the pH is off so she can't take it in. Either way, easy fix! Looks great!!
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FoTwenny
FoTwenny week 10

Those are some nice trees! Are you using RO water? Just wondering if what you're experiencing may be due to toxicity rather than deficiency. Just a hunch, but if you don't have a lot of coco in your soil mix and not using RO water, it may be too much cal mag. Also, if there's an excess of potassium, this can cause cal/mag lockout. Not sure if any of these may be factors. Are you checking pH and EC/PPM? I'd use the power of deduction and try to rule out all possibilities before making any major adjustments. Good luck and happy growing!

Peeman
Peeman

Thank you @FoTwenny, All the best and talk soon

FoTwenny
FoTwenny

@Peeman, Happy to help in any way I can. Not sure how much I helped in this case, but I find that sometimes I am more helpful asking questions that making suggestions. I am still learning and I will be watching to see what your findings are. Hoping to learn a thing or two for myself! Good luck and happy growin'!

Peeman
Peeman

@FoTwenny, hi there and thanks so much for your reply.
I am using R/O water and growing in Foxfarm ocean forest soil with a little extra perlite. PH is usually between 6.2 and 6.4 and I calibrate it twice a month. Last PPMs may have been a little high at 1350 but that number is still lower than the manufacturers feeding chart. I’m using future harvest full line at just under full strength. Thanks again for your knowledge. I’ll try my best to get her back on course. Cheers

Inganjawetrust
Inganjawetrust week 10

You are going to have some beasts:japanese_ogre: there :+1: best of luck

Peeman
Peeman

@Inganjawetrust, Indeed! Gonna need a crew lol. Best to you too