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HighestGrade started grow question 3 years ago
BK 2, white pot, is starting to get twisted leaves, growing in plagron royalmix, flushed two days ago, because i was afraid of nute burns (cotyledons burned), it only seemed to get worse, what could it be?
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Leaves. Too many
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hell ! Well the plagron royalmix is suposed to have an Ec between 1.8 and 2.2 so don't be afraid of the twisted leaves , the next stages will be more on the average. On the cotyledons it can be a nute burn but the plant will not fried , she need to acclimate to this rich soil , but it can also be a over watering as your leaves seems to be a bit droopy and i can see a perlite with a green color (algue ? if so it's sign of continious moist). You need to be carefull about the wet / dry cycle of your soil toi avoid over watering and other issues. That said it's a nice start and nothing that won't be resolve by transplanting in a bigger pot , good luck with that grow. I hope it will help you :grin::+1:
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Ez1LaMaitre! Your plant is suffocating, flooded in water, with too much nutrients in a too small container. Using a rich medium, you're not supposed to add nutrients for the 2-3 first weeks. Now as a solution, I would transplant them as soon as possible in a more appropriate container (at least 2gals/7L) with fresh medium (a light medium would implies less problems than a rich one). Then, be very careful not to overwater, a simple effective rule is not to exceed 20% of the container's size, this should gives you a slight runoff but shouldn't flood the medium for too long. Following a wet/dry cycle with quick phases is the key to successful yields. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch:
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
hey there EZ, yeah i know the flush is everyone s answer to everything, but most of the time it does more damage than good. For example when you flush your medium actually it's making the nutrients more available through the water, even if briefly. I would suggest dialing everything in if you can from the temp (down a notch) to the light's distance (a tad further away). the twisted leaves are from the small container which these ladies are about to outgrow. Just transplant ASAP and you're golden imo. dassit :rocket: