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turbogod started grow question 3 years ago
Any ideas what to do with the nute burn, should I flush it, remove the burnt leaves or when should I start to feed it again? It still seems to be progressing, tho after first nute feed I've given it two feeds with just plain water.
Frist indoor grow - Northern Light Auto
5 weeks
Frist indoor grow - Northern Light Auto turbogod
Northern Light Automatic
16 comments · 3 years ago
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Week 3
Leaves. Tips - Burnt
Experimentgreen answered grow question 3 years ago
Just a thought...sometimes the burnt tips arent just a nute burn, i feel like more leaves would be burnt. But occasionally light and heat can burn...i see you have a pretty strong watt light and high 80s, maybe up your humidity, and take your light a couple inches higher to 24 or reduce the hours to an 18/6? I too suffer from low humidity being in the desert and placing a cup over my plants has helped to keep them humidified when the grow area couldn't stay high. I poked a few air holes and then would mist the cup/container a couple times a day.
Best of luck, i think she'll pull through, these plants are a lot tougher than they get credit for. :v:
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello ! Don't remove leaves that are not at least 70% damaged if they don't block the light to a lower bud site because the plant is still sucking out the energy from it. Now with nuts burn the only way to treat is to remove the excess of nuts and the best way to do it is to flush with clear water to wash the nuts excess. With a good flush the water from your run off will be 1st brown then clear ( The more you flush the clearer the run off will be ). And a last advice : without Ec meter and a PH pen you are blind, you should try to grab some. If you can't get an Ec meter then find the Ec and the PH of your water and try to use the personal feeding tool from advance nutrients, you will have an approximation of your PH and Ec after mixing the nuts. I hope it will help you :grin::v::skin-tone-3:
MUDBUG answered grow question 3 years ago
First off you dont have nute burn those leaves is a indicator that you are overwatering that plant not one other tip is burned on that plant your feed is on point i use this shytt alot and dont believe ohhh u using bloom nutes to early i have done this many times with AN look at my diarys wat i would do u in a air pot i would start a half of solo cup feeding a day get a small fan blowing on the bottom of your pot on med keep your ppms around 300 350 you should be close already to that get your watering down u dont have to water ever day right now in 2 weeks you should be up to 2 full cups and 12-16 inches get that fan on that pot bottom and watch wat she will give u:writing_hand::writing_hand::writing_hand::ok_hand::ok_hand::ok_hand::fire::fire::fire:
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @turbogod! You can remove the affected leaves if more than ~30% of the leaf is burnt, they won't recover anyway. I would not flush now because the symptoms are not that serious and a real flush may lead to overwatering. I would just lower the nutes for the next meals and consider 2-3 waterings with only pH'd water between each meal. Do you have a pH-pen and an EC-meter? These tools will definitely help you to maintain everything healthy and to get a great yield in the end. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch: