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7
476
3 months ago
Indoor
Room Type
Soilless
Medium
LED
Vegetation Lights
LED
Flowering Lights
Weeks
EMPTY
1
week
EMPTY
2
weeks
VEG
3
weeks
VEG
4
weeks
VEG
5
weeks
FLO
6
weeks
FLO
7
weeks
EMPTY
8
weeks
FLO
9
weeks
EMPTY
10
weeks
EMPTY
11
week
EMPTY
12
weeks
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Grow Conditions
Week 9
Flowering
18
inch
cm
Height
7.09
inch
cm
Height
22 hrs
Light Schedule
22
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
72
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6.1
pH
650
mS/cm
PPM
TDS
1.3
mS/cm
PPM
EC
55%
Air Humidity
Normal
Smell
24
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
75
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
2.11
gal
l
Pot Size
8
gal
l
Pot Size
9
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
3.54
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
Nutrients
Commented by Aotearoa Aotearoa
3 months ago

My Fastberry leaves are getting more and more yellow. The others don't seem too bad. I noticed some green algae looking stuff on the top of the cocco so I removed that and replaced with new cocco. Also I added a fan around the base of the plants to increase airflow. Some Fastberry roots have also broken through the root mats at the base of the pot and are sitting directly in the water. The roots in the tray look healthy (clear white color). I have also increased the feed of the nutrient solution adding in some Pk13/14. Another problem over the last week or so has been the temps. Where I'm located has been hit with a bit of a cold snap as of late.

Grow Questions
Aotearoa week 3 started grow question 4 months ago
One of the LSD plants has some rust spots appearing on some of the fan leaves. Cal-Mag def?
Leaves Lower Leaves / Older Growth Affected
Resolved
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Athos answered grow question 4 months ago
Your pH is spot on for coco, your lights on temperature is a little low, but that will only cause slow growth, not spots, but try to up it to 24°C (75°F). What you have there is excess P and or K, that in turn locks out other minor elements. Your feeding is too strong, dial it back to 1.0 EC (500 PPM) and only up it if you see deficiencies, when you put it to flower then up it slowly to 1.4 - 1.8 EC (700 to 900 PPM). Remember regarding feedings, less is more.
Aotearoa week 7 started grow question 3 months ago
My Fastberry's fan leaves seems to be turning pale green/yellow color. I am thinking it could be a nitrogen deficiency? any advice would be appreciated.
Color Pale Color Leaves
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Kindbot answered grow question 3 months ago
can get fast feedback on nutrient deficiencies or stress by posting a photo to buddy.kindbot.io
MUDBUG answered grow question 3 months ago
Up your cal mag and double check your ph looks like a mild cal- mag + ph you are in coco so you should nt have any bugs i would do a feeding are 2 with just ph water cal-mag you will tell in a day are so if thats the problem put your ph to 5.6 for the feeding and check it out:+1::+1::v::v::beers::beers:
Fun_Growin answered grow question 3 months ago
Looking at your plants I think you have what is known as Elephant Foot, it comes from rotting the root hairs and or not having enough roots going into flower... You have been overwatering most of the Grow by my review of your diary... the differant macro and micro defeciences your seeing in your plants is due to not having enough root hairs to absorb nutes ( from root rot most likely) have you had bugs? If you have gnats then my guess is spot on.. check for them Hope this helps.. FYI: I mean no one any disrespect, we all have to learn and have been there. Just trying to help
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