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Turkler started grow question 3 years ago
Seem to be having overwatering issues - moving forward I’ll definitely wait a little longer before adding more water, but anything that I can do at this point to try and improve things? Or is it just a wait it out scenario? Any insight would be appreciated.
Attempting First Grow!
13 weeks
Attempting First Grow! Turkler
Sweet Tooth Auto
27 comments · 3 years ago
Week 5
Techniques. Defoliation
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi there Turk ! so yeah a few things happened first the over watering, which is an easy thing to do with such a small pot ! second , for whatever reason it seems the overwatering flushed out the nutrients in the soil, which has led you to a pretty much text book Nitrogen deficiency. Finally, i'm a bit worried about your pot size, it's pretty small for a cannabis plant, this might lead to the plant being root bound. It's a bit late to repot an auto, but you should repot anyway and pray it fixes most of these problems. hopefully you'll give the plant a new home just in time for the flower stretch. Time is of the essence, and i'm sorry i can't give you better news, but that's the truth. To fix your cal mag problem (if the bigger pot doesnt fix it), make a calmag solution 6ml/L and spray until dripping wet daily for a week, that should fix it. Hope this helps my friend ! :rocket:
Teamdirtbag2 answered grow question 3 years ago
I would not worry about pot size. Your plant is small. Adjust your ph, stop overwatering, use the lift method. Lift the pot when it feels extremely light, then add water, that you have adjusted the ph of to 6.5 or close to that. Make sure you are using a complete nutrient fertilizer and do it below 1/2 strength. This should help a lot.
Experimentgreen answered grow question 3 years ago
Purple stems is a good sign of phosphorus deficiency, unless its a strain where thats in its genetics? It can even cause those low leaves to discolor and eventually turn yellow and die off. It could be a combination deficiency due to your ph being 7.5 and its experiencing a lockout. All the nutrients have their optimum ph level that they can be absorbed and i wanna say that 7 starts pushing the limit of where it cannot uptake nutrients even if they're present. See if you can lower that and then look over what you're feeding and add to it if needed. Happy growing. :v:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
It's really hard to over water small pots, you probably watered too often. Also temperatures below 23°C slows down growth to a crawl, which also explains why it grew so slow. Finally, nitrogen deficiency looks like the whole leave is yellowing. Your leaves in the picture, has uneven yellowing, starting from the tip, with the base still green asking with rust spots, which is potassium (K) deficiency; not that strange since it has began flowering. Ir needs bloom nutes, or a trasplant to a bigger pot.