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fvckinginfamous started grow question 3 years ago
Few of the leafs tips are turning yellow, not sure due to what, anyone has any ideas?
Also, some bug apparently bitten some of the leafs, could be because of that?
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Week 3
Leaves. Tips - Die
The_Projexx answered grow question 3 years ago
So there's a few things here , your in very very early stages of nutrient burn I would slow up on the nutrients dilute them a bit more and feed less frequently. You don't wanna be feeding them nutrients every single time in soil because the root zone will get to hot and a few things will happen you will burn your roots and your will cause nutrient burn in your plant . I'm also noticing a CalMg deficiency so I would likely start adding that to the feeding routine as well this will decrease the purple-ing stems in your leafs and provide the plant what it needs to grow more robust ! Given that pre flowers are showing up its time to PK boost as well , your going to want to do this for 2 main reasons 1) will help facilitate current buds growth 2) it will promote new bud sites . Don't be scared to give these ladies a good dose when you do give them water and nutrients just don't do it every feeding and always make sure you let your soil dry out before the next feeding so the root zone don't get hot
I hope this info helps you on your journey to becoming a grow master !!! -Happy growing!
HighTV answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey there @fvckinginfamous it looks like you left this question unresolved. Maybe you wanted another opinion or perhaps more insight into how it happened? You can get yellowing on the tips of leaves like this from a very common problem called nutrient burn. This can be cause by a few things. Primarily mixing nutrients stronger than recommended is the main reason this happens. Another thing is a soil coming pre-loaded with nutrients and the grower not realizing and adding more! To fix this issue quickly in the future simply Flush you plants for 3-6 days by feeding it with pure water PHed properly so the soil can flush out all the unused and unwanted Salt buildups. Hope this helps resolve your question and allows you to be prepared for the situation in the future. Don't forget to update us!:sunglasses:
mad_scientist answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello @fvckinginfamous. Just a slight nutrient burn and no cal/mag deficiency. Nothing to really worry about. Start the biobloom at around week 4 and correct your water cycle. You need to water until the soil is saturate and then water again when its dry. Also you don't really need to use any PK booster.The bio bizz try pack has enough macro nutrients. Happy growing ! :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
That's not yellowing tips, those are early signs of burnt tips, which happens due to too much nutrients, feeding too often or a combination of both. In soil you should give nutrients once every 7 to 10 days, Why? because that's how long it takes for the plant to react to the feeding. Also you have been watering every day, don't do that, give the plants a good soaking and let the soil dry up before watering again. Your burnt tips are due your daily feedings. Good luck, you re still in time to correct the issue.