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OnionRingSasquatch started grow question 4 years ago
I flipped these to flower 8 days ago. 2 days ago I gave them 1/2 strength feeding of G.O. Go Box according to their feed schedule. I noticed that the new growth seems more yellow and droopy. Also, for 3 weeks the NL plant (bottom right) is half green half yellow. Any ideas?
First indoor grow
12 weeks
First indoor grow OnionRingSasquatch
+2 strains
11 comments · 4 years ago
Week 9
Techniques. Defoliation
The_Projexx answered grow question 4 years ago
Based from what i see here , you need to adjust your nutrient solution , at the begining of flowering you wanna give it a good PK spike so that it helps make it easier on your plants to form flowers , you might also want to consider watering them with more water but less often , this will ensure that you don't over water . The droop that i see in your diary is classic thirst shes thirsty , shes going through water faster now because she's working in overdrive right now trying to get her flowers going . All in all your doing well I would just adjust the nutrient solution a little bit and give them good watering but less often and you will be rocking and rolling , you're already on your way to getting kick ass medicine ! I hope this information helps you ! - Happy Growing!
mad_scientist answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello @OnionRingSasquatch ! Well the photos doesn't help very much and you have no details about conditions and stuff but from what you describe and the little i can distinguish from the photos the yellow at the upper leaves is from the rapid growth. For the bottom right plant i can't really see any problem but usually a yellowing at the bottom part of the plant is nitrogen deficiency. That nitrogen deficiency can come from over/under water, incomplete nutrition, PH lockout, temperatures and all kind of info that we don't have... Overall i would say that your plants are just fine and you don't have to worry. Happy growing ! :facepunch:
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 4 years ago
Soory i dont see anything in that light, on the first look i would say nice girls. But that is only guessing. we got no datas like wich fertiliser (nutes ratio) no temp no infos to the light etc.. no ph ... pls fill in the datas into the Schedule and do some pictures in natural light and add information about your fertiliser that we can see wich ratio it has. Anything else is just guessing ( or rolling the dices) greetings
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
You are giving us absolutely no information to help us diagnose your issue, not even pictures under white light. It could be anything wrong pH, over watering, nutrient deficiencies, low temperature, lights too close.
That been said, the most likely cause, since it began after the switch is lack of grow nutes.
You see, after switching to flower, the plant has a growth spurt that needs massive nitrogen and potassium.