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TheUndercoverGrower started grow question 3 years ago
Taken a few pics of one of the affected leaves.
Thinking potassium deficiency but not 100% sure
Was away for best part of a week & had someone else watering them, just plain water (may of spilt on leaves?)
Leaves seem crisp to touch as well as the yellow/brown colouring.
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Fast Buds LSD 25 TheUndercoverGrower
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19 comments · 3 years ago
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Week 5
Leaves. Color - Mottling
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi, i cant imagine its an defiency, with all the stuff your Girls get.I think you may have a builtup in your soil, Flush them 2 Times and pausing your feeding for a week, then go on with half dosage. Iam quite sure the girls wil look well again. For more questions just ask me
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
hiya there, you almost got it actually it's phosphorous deficiency, you can tell by the strange coloring of the leaves . plain water wont really harm the leaves like that, even in the light, after all it does rain on plants even when it becomes sunny afterwards, you know ? basically you've got P def. so just up the bloom nutes, cut out the veg nutes, and or add some PK, and stay on top all that PH, and make sure you're watering at around 21°C. Hope this helps ! :rocket:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Wow, that is some cocktail you have there. Anyway, that's over feeding, I usually get that same kind of effect when overdo the cal/mag, I use 0.7 ml per liter and when I go over that I usually get that crispy leaves with interveinal grey patches. Get an EC / PPM meter and check how much you are feeding. For now feed water only. Are you really using 1.8 ml/lt of calmag? That's way too much.