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First time grow due to covid drought

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5 days ago
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Soil
Medium
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Products
Pineapple Express
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FastBuds ' Pineapple Express is a flavorful autoflowering sativa-indica hybrid with 20% THC and 0.9% CBD. The variety is good for stimulating creative energy. It has an uplifting effect and does not cause anxiety. You will feel pineapple, tropical, fruit and sour notes when Smoking. It is an easy to grow and stable plant, producing a substantial amount of resin buds. When blooming, it emits a strong pleasant fruity smell. The yield reaches 300 g per plant, under good conditions. The strain can reach 1.4 m in height in 9-10 weeks, so it needs a lot of space. It is also recommended to monitor the pH level and add fertilizers.
Gender Feminised
Genes 60% Indica / 40% Sativa
Harvest 400 - 550 g/m²
THC 20.0%
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Grow Conditions
Week 5
Flowering
40.64
inch
cm
Height
16
inch
cm
Height
20 hrs
Light Schedule
25
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
77
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6.4
pH
50%
Air Humidity
Normal
Smell
2.91
gal
l
Pot Size
11
gal
l
Pot Size
40.64
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
16
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
0.26
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
1
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Nutrients
Commented by CoronaGrower CoronaGrower
5 days ago

So after a stressful week of unknown presumptions, it turns out she's a health girl! After flushing it does appear the PH of the run off is closer to the PH of the water going in so I will be resuming my feeding and will pay a little bit more attention to PH levels.

The yellowing seems to have been caused by the natural cycle of the plant in the phase of flowering it is in. Removing the nutrients may have accelerated this slightly but Im not to fussed as the PH has been corrected. Thank you to @Clutch and @High_Grade_Dadli for you helpful suggestions :ok_hand:

Looking forward to another productive week of growth and as always I will keep my diary up to date. Enjoy.

W5D1 - Hairs all over are beginning to turn orange and the citrisy smell is definitely getting stronger :grin:
W5D3 - Yellowing looks less aggressive and the buds are definitely fattening. Increased the top max to align her demands

Grow Questions
CoronaGrower week 4 started grow question 2 weeks ago
2 Yellowing Fan Leaves
I have 2 large fan leaves from the main cola turning yellow and 1 almost looks crisp or burnt on the edges.
It is only 2 of the leaves and by my reckoning, they are 2 of the oldest leaves on the plant.
From research, it could be the bump in nutes or water issue.
Any ideas?
Resolved
Leaves. Edges burnt
Leaves. Color - Yellow
Clutch answered grow question 2 weeks ago
Hey buddy, first thing u should do now is check the ph of the water that comes out of the bottom. Should be between 6 or 7.

If ph is too high or low u can get nutrients lockouts which means the nutrients are in the soil but because of bad ph values the plant/roots doesn't use/absorb them. If this is the case buy ph up and down products for soil. Not so expensive and a real plantsaver.

She still looks very fine but this is the beginning of problems. It always starts on lower leaves and moves slowly to the top. With a little adjustment it can be solved really easily
:wink: Hope this helps
CoronaGrower week 4 started grow question 2 weeks ago
Yellowing leaves.
Accidentally resolved my original question instead of liking a suggestion and I cant change it :sweat_smile:

Same issue still applies for now.

I have been testing the PH going in but not out so I will try this and pass on my results after the next water :+1:
Open to all observations.
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Leaves. Edges burnt
Leaves. Color - Yellow
Clutch answered grow question 2 weeks ago
Ph should be between 6 and 7 I meant, ideal is 6,5 but this changes throughout the entire grow. Between 6.2 and 6.8 ur always fine, wrote it down wrong buddy, my apologies :wink:
CoronaGrower week 4 started grow question 1 week ago
What could be causing this?
I'm experiencing yellowing, browning and crisping on some leaves, but only on the main colas so far.
I have checked the PH in and out. In has always been perfect, but the PH of the run-off was 5.8 so I'm flushing to rule out nute lockout.

Anything else it could be??
Resolved
Leaves. Edges burnt
Leaves. Curl up
Leaves. Color - Yellow
High_Grade_Dadli answered grow question 6 days ago
If it's the old leaves is because of the stage of flowering it is in...as she is bulking up she is pulling more so once medium is dry the next water source is the older fan leaves/water leaves...#happy growing she looks healthy
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Comments
Rebelgoose
Rebelgoose week 5

Keep up the good work! Starting to look tasty :yum:

CoronaGrower
CoronaGrower

@Rebelgoose, Thanks bud, the smell is :ok_hand: