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OutForReal started grow question 3 years ago
Hello ! What so you think about my issue diagnosis ? What would be the best thing to do to treat her ? She was supposed to stretch one more week but she's flowering : what are your feelings about the incoming week ? Thank you for your input :grin::v::skin-tone-3:
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25 comments · 3 years ago
Week 7
Leaves. Color - Yellow
HighTV answered grow question 3 years ago
Howdy there @SpinnerGrow! After looking at the plant for a bit and reading your diagnosis I can see the confusion. It appears as a Nitrogen Deficiency on the lower leaves, but the leafs right above them look drastically more green. Almost like the N deficiency set in so fast it hasn't even had time to take from different leaves. At first glance I immediately think "why is a flowering plant showing so many signs of N deficiency while entering into flower?" because typically as you know they reduce their Nitrogen needs as they shift into bloom. Logically in order for a deficiency to set in this quick on a grower who knows how to maintain a PH and proper nutrients its typically because the plant itself had actually massively increased its nutrient wants. My first thought to explain this was a large increase in light to accompany the change to flower. I noticed in your comments you mention putting this girl outside because the LED was to weak after 4 weeks of veg. Was this Before or after the deficiency signs? If this move towards sunlight was made before the deficiency then I think we found the source of her wants. If this move was done After the deficiency started showing then she wanted more N all along and I think we now understand why it accelerated so quickly. (Increased wattage = increased plant growth) Long story short: If the move to sunlight happened before the nutrient deficiency give her some more N - If the move to sunlight happened After the Deficiency showed then give her ALOT more N. :sunglasses:
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
Its just an N lack, it was a leave from the bottom=? its normal that some get yellow and die
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
pretty standard P deficiency i think. the best is to throw it away and start again i think. :joy: