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Dr_WeedsMan started grow question 5 years ago
The leaves are still curling downwards and inwards. This usually happens once the leaves become older. Although I've searched for the cause of the problem, I still don't understand what's wrong.
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Week 4
Leaves. Curl down
OutForReal answered grow question 5 years ago
Hello ! What is going wrong is that your soap solution may have been in the soil an change the PH as soap is used to be neural PH. Water with plain water , use a bigger pot (1L is not good after 2 or 3 weeks old) then start feeding again (or for the 1st time). Hope it will help you :grin::+1:
mad_scientist answered grow question 5 years ago
Hello @Dr_WeedsMan ! You have a phosphorus ( plants need a little phosphorus at veg stage too ) and molybdenum deficiencies that comes from low temperatures. In other words correct the temperature and the humidity. Both your day and night temps are extreme for the plant. Also the difference between day and night temperature should not be more that 5 degrees . Also you might have soap in your soil from the spay you did. Flush the plant with a lot of water transplant it to a pot at least 6 liters and if you can correct the environment conditions. Happy growing ! :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 5 years ago
Weird leaf problems are usually pH related, check your tap water and adjust accordingly. Might be some over watering there too. The spots could be due the insectisidal soap you used.
Stick answered grow question 5 years ago
Hi @Dr_WeedsMan! Well, it looks like something is wrong with your soil, but we're missing some crucial informations here. What medium/substrate are you using (from which manufacturer)? Have you been giving nutrients to your baby, if so what kind of nutrients, at what frequency, and have you been measuring the pH and EC levels? How big is your container? If 1L as mentioned on your last week, your issue is probably roots-related (root-bound). Also, she is under many stress sources: thrips / soap-insecticide / topping surgery / very hot days / very cold nights. Give her a few days to recover, maybe keep her inside at night, watch your pH and EC, give her the right nutrients for the veg stage and she should be fine. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch: