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UK outdoor white widow auto

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4 months ago
Outdoor
Room Type
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Grow Conditions
Week 12
Flowering
15 hrs
Light Schedule
18
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
64
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6
pH
65%
Air Humidity
No Smell
Smell
18
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
64
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
2.64
gal
l
Pot Size
10
gal
l
Pot Size
Commented by justlikegalaxy justlikegalaxy
5 months ago

Done well considering got flooded in yard while at work nearly binned it lol

Grow Questions
justlikegalaxy week 3 started grow question 7 months ago
Claw
Got home from work today and plants been out all day in heatwave but in shade ph up to 7 is it heat stress or ph ?? Thanks
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Leaves. Curl down
The8thChevron answered grow question 7 months ago
Neither are doing it any favors but both are easily correctable. Bring your pH down to 6.3-6.5 so you have no nutrient lockouts. A hot day can make her sad but she will recover from it no problem. If the air is really dry, you can spray the leaves right before dark hours (one of the only times I suggest doing this!).
DoDrugs420 answered grow question 7 months ago
Its because of the heat wave + due to heat she will dry out more and increase uptake of nutrients from the soil, if the soil is incorrect ph, then she will uptake more of wrong proportions of nutrients.

I also suspect of overwatering(make sure when top soil is dry that it is all the way dry to the bottom and not still wet at the bottom because if it is you are never letting the bottom really dry out) and being root bound(or beggining to be) check the size of your plant in relation to the soil, same measurements from the top of the soil into the bottom of the top as it is from the top of the soil into the top of the plant? She looks rootbound.
justlikegalaxy week 3 started grow question 7 months ago
Claw
Kept in shade temperature easing up tomorrow waiting till near dry to bring ph down don't look good to me
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Leaves. Curl down
DoDrugs420 answered grow question 7 months ago
Look like heat stressed but also the lack of direct sunlight will increase the Ntox damage.
justlikegalaxy week 3 started grow question 7 months ago
Claw
Ne suggestions with the heat 20c during night
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Leaves. Curl down
OneBakedWalrus answered grow question 6 months ago
Your probably overwatering by the look of it. Too me thats your problem. Its not the heat as 20C is fine. You can leave them in 10degree Celsius weather and be ok(Although admittedly that is a bad idea, the point is pots lows are low and the highs are high) 20C would be cold for my tent and I never have curled leaves. My tent runs 23-26Celcius at night and between 27-and 30Celcius during day. I have seen over/under watering cause curling as well as heat/light stress
DrJynx86 answered grow question 7 months ago
20c is totally right during night, if you have issues it's not the heat.

Happy smokes!
justlikegalaxy week 3 started grow question 6 months ago
Leaf curl
Look a lot better I think , I think I over watered with heat wave
Shall I wait till nearly dry didn't think you had to with coco hair thanks
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Leaves. Curl down
The8thChevron answered grow question 6 months ago
It depends. The medium has to have enough drainage to supply plenty of oxygen to the roots. Otherwise, overwatering is still possible. If it's really humid, your plants will perspire less and drink less too, possibly leaving your medium even wetter than normal.
Removed answered grow question 6 months ago
It's harder, but plausible.While the plant is small and untill it fills the pot, You still have to be carefull not to overwater. If you mix the coco with perlite, it helps a lot to prevent overwatering
justlikegalaxy week 4 started grow question 6 months ago
Claw
Looks a lot better not watered for 5 days will they recover thanks
Resolved
Leaves. Curl down
DoDrugs420 answered grow question 6 months ago
Yes they will and if humidity is up and temperatures down she will drink the water also thru the leafs thus needing less water, if humidity is down and temps down she drinks thru roots but also needs less water because evaporated slower, if humidity is up and temperatures up she has dificulty transpirin and still needs less water , if humidity is down and temps up she will drink more water.

If you keep things perfect you can use the thumb rule, where if the soil is 1 thumb dried you can water, otherwise wait a day or two with the soil dried for them to have some dry period, its good for thrm.
justlikegalaxy week 4 started grow question 6 months ago
Leaf claw
Thanks for input typical uk weather heat wave to rain made temporary cover so don't get any wetter but humidity up temperature down to 23c
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Leaves. Curl down
DoDrugs420 answered grow question 6 months ago
Yeah, i suspect in those conditions if you need to water once a week will be more than enough, soil will take a while to dry up, roots don't pull as much water either cause they can absorb straight thru the leaf, its a annoying combo of temps and rh, mine is too hot and too dry, not good either. But they will all grow either way.
justlikegalaxy week 4 started grow question 6 months ago
Over watered ?
Had torrential flood while at work looks like she not gunna make it not watered her week now but loooks back square 1 any suggestions thanks
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Plant. Wilting
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The8thChevron answered grow question 6 months ago
Just let her dry up. As much exposure to the sun as possible will help her recover more quickly. After your soil dries, commence watering as normal.
OneBakedWalrus answered grow question 6 months ago
You can tell she's not happy bit she is definitely not dead. Don't give up now. I'd say transplant it but autos don't like that apparently so maybe try punching a couple holes into the bottom of your bucket(it looks like a 5gal plastic paint bucket like I have lol)to allow more water to escape. Be wary of your roots. It won't be the end of the world if you nick a couple but you don't want to be cutting a bunch up. Also with it being in a movable container try putting it out into grass or sand. Something with absorptive properties. NOT SALT. Hope this helps. Happy growing
Fibro_Witch answered grow question 6 months ago
She might be Ok. I would gently try to aerate with a chopstick or some other blunt implement and carefully push a few holes in the soil and around the side of the container to let the roots get some air. Good luck!
justlikegalaxy week 4 started grow question 6 months ago
Looks a lot better coco/Perlite medium dry at top still wet on bottom got a sunny day hopefully she might recover
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Plant. Twisted
OneBakedWalrus answered grow question 6 months ago
Shes looking alot better yes.. have you tried moving it to a dry or sand area. Something absorptive under the plant to grab that excess water. Regardless she is looking better. Refrain from watering her and if you have rain in the forecast consider moving it under an eave or put a tarp over her so she doesn't get any more wet
justlikegalaxy week 5 started grow question 6 months ago
Looking better
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Plant. Wilting
Removed answered grow question 6 months ago
That's a good job!
DoDrugs420 answered grow question 6 months ago
Hell yeah, its looking gooooood.
justlikegalaxy week 5 started grow question 6 months ago
Built cover for her as usual uk weather crap She will need watering tomorrow shall I give her just ph water or add newts don't want to damage again thanks
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Plant. Other
Rap_a_cap answered grow question 6 months ago
Hi Bro, I think is better only Ph water, to add nutes with poor climate is dangerous as plant has less needs. Be balanced & everything will be fine :facepunch::facepunch:
justlikegalaxy week 6 started grow question 6 months ago
Had to bring indoors at night getting cold during night need to water tomorrow started to show a few deficiencys shall l give newt ? As just got over over watered thanks
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Plant. Other
NobodysBuds answered grow question 6 months ago
May want to wait-and-see if the low temps are the cause and maintain current behaviour in regard to fertilization. Is it a continuing trend or not? If it's a change of season, you may need to adjust how you fertilize due to new balance of chemistry at a different ambient temp.

Looks localized and not severe. You can be a bit conservative and safe about this. I see 1 or 2 marks on plant? They don't strike me as a nutrient-related symptom, but a picutre may not show what you are seeing in RL. This plant looks healthy and happy overall. Possibly a hint of clawing, which would indicate a bit too much nutrients, but nothing i'd worry about at this moment.
Lillau answered grow question 6 months ago
Night below 18°c not top except Ruderalis high
Humidity at the moment
Intured the for 2_3 days put the window edge
Limited watering very little
Good growth
:top: :seedling: :+1:
justlikegalaxy week 7 started grow question 6 months ago
Looking better
Looks different plant now being bringing in every night now
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Plant. Other
RafaelRapidos answered grow question 3 months ago
Hello there justlikegalaxy,

You harvested some nice looking trichomes, congratulations!

Good luck with your future projects, I wish you all the best! :alien:
justlikegalaxy week 7 started grow question 6 months ago
Deficiency?
Only give ph water last time ppm was 298 ph 5.8 run off 602 ppm and ph 5.9 but looks like a deficiency problem thanks
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Leaves. Edges burnt
NobodysBuds answered grow question 3 months ago
That could be rootzone. if you are not allowing substrate to dry, do so in future.

Also scope underneath leaves for any pests.

spots related to deficiency are usually rusty-colored or yellow.
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