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sebino started grow question 4 years ago
Probably a little over fed with N? I laready flushed her, at the moment she is in the 6th week, I'm using bio bizz with the suggested dose by the producer, but in 1,5L of water. What do you think?
Royal Dwarf (1)
11 weeks
Royal Dwarf (1) sebino
Royal Dwarf
31 comments · 4 years ago
Week 6
Leaves. Curl down
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi @sebino! Dark foliage, clawling leaves, yep this definitely looks like a Nitrogen toxicity, and I think you're not far away from the non-recovery point. Your plant has ended her stretch and don't need Nitrogen anymore, she will be fine with the Nitrogen accumulated in her system and in your soil. Now as an emergency move, you must flush your medium asap with an unreasonable amount of water (some growers do it under the shower!), this will help to get rid of the extra Nitrogen in the soil and get back on track on a healthier basis. When flushing, keep watering until you have at least 30% of the container's capacity in the runoff. Don't feed at all, even BioBloom and TopMax can make the situation getting worst, because of salts buildup she probably won't be able to handle any nutrient intakes for a while. Flush, flush, flush, then use a tiny fan to blow a fresh continuous breeze onto her container, this will speed up drying for the medium. After a few days the medium should be dry and you will see how it goes, and we'll be around to help again. Keep us up-to-date, and happy growing :facepunch:
simps answered grow question 4 years ago
Yes you are right ez fix flush back off nuts just ph6.4 water for a week 7 days that's it it will be fine
OutForReal answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello ! Yes your leaves are dark green so it is a N excess , you can see the same in my blue dream diary. You'r using too much Biogrow , after the stretch the plants needs a lower amount of nitrogene (exept for sativas accodring to my past grows) at that stage no more than 1ml of biogrow. I think you should follow the light-mix schedule instead of the all-mix schedule and maybe get back to the all-mix schedule later on the grow as even diluated in 1.5 instead of 1L you'v got excess with the light mix schedule. You can flush your soil or you can feed without Biogrow the next time to help balancing the N amount. If you'r using all the 1.5L at each watering it is too much , low it at the half or a bit more. Hope it will help you :grin::+1:
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
At this point stop all use of biogrow. Don't use more than 1 ml of it, and only if you see a nitrogen deficiency. A nutrient overdose in flower can be disastrous. You should fully saturate the pot and then let it dry before watering again; a 4 liter pot should take 800 cc to 1 liter of water