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Spaceballs started grow question 4 years ago
This was back in week 7 of veg, any ideas what might have been going on with this plant?
Girl Scout Crack 1st grow
19 weeks
Girl Scout Crack 1st grow Spaceballs
Girl Scout Crack
28 comments · 4 years ago
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Week 7
Leaves. Color - Yellow
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MG2009 answered grow question 4 years ago
All previous answers my be right however sometimes lower leaves dont get the light they need,and will then cannibalize the said leaf to use the resources elsewhere in the plant. So don't sweat it your plant is doing it's job. If it had continued yellowing that's a different story. IMO :+1:
Jeff123fish answered grow question 4 years ago
Looks like you had a bit of a phosphorus deficiency that later cleared up when you started using nutes. If that is actually the case I would question your soil as the plants were way to small to be having that problem at that time
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
A 7 week plant in a 1 gallon pot? you are way overdue a transplant (2 weeks overdue I would think), and the soil is fairly depleted of nutrients. I'm not so sure it's Nitrogen deficiency, since the yellowing is not homogeneous and those dark spots make me think more like a Potassium (K) deficiency.
Anyway, if you want to keep them in a 1 gallon pot, you would need to feed early.
MaLdeSs answered grow question 4 years ago
Nitrogen deficiency ,try use for 1-2 days water , or lower your dosage of nutrients prob will help you :) have a nice day
flyingfish answered grow question 4 years ago
This to me looks more like over-fertilizing. For me the best is 1 fertilizer 1 water. Much water and a revive/root solution after water or with the water i think it would be great. Anyway as i see them is no reason to worry. It looks like you will have a great harvest!
Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
Nitrogen deficiency will cause older leaves to yellow and die off and eventually fall off
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
This looks like a phosphorous deficiency. How often do you feed your plants with nutrients and how often do you give them plain PHed water? Anyway this seem to be solved since your plants are healthy and beautiful. Enjoy your harvest!