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Removed started grow question 4 years ago
The ph value is 6.3.:+1:
Yesterday I poured Short Flowering Powder "0.5g / 1.5l" in ph 6.28 water and today I notice these yellow spots.
The beauty has grown 5 cm since yesterday.:muscle:
What could that be? I'm just a bit worried?! :astonished:
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32 comments · 4 years ago
Week 4
Leaves. Veins - yellow between
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello. Keep an eye on the yellow dots. Exaggerating it with the fertilizers takes revenge very quickly. As Athos said buy Ph7ec meter... then you do not have to guess, and we can better diagnote. Probably it was a small lockout by the fertilizer. They don't go away, but they shouldn't be anymore. More in the comments
mad_scientist answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello @royal0wner1337 ! That's a calcium starting deficiency. Most common reason for that at quality soils is over/under water. So if you are using a quality soil don't add any cal/mag and fix your watering cycles. Also buy an EC/PPM meter. Its an essential tool when growing with synthetic fertilizers. If you don't see an aggressive progression of the problem don't worry. Happy growing ! :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
You really should consider getting an EC / PPM meter, it makes feeding a lot easier. As it is I have no idea if what you fed was strong or not. Anyway, I think you are over reading the plant, the leaves look great, but keep an eye on the yellow spoting, could be nothing or maybe a slight nutrient burn. That powder is really concentrated