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Moneystacks74 started grow question 3 years ago
My plant is starting to yellow at the internodes, I’ve moved light but it appears to be more than light burn,
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2 weeks
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Bangui Haze
3 comments · 3 years ago
Week 2
Leaves. Other
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Moneystacks74! It looks like some Boron or Iron deficiency, but it's probably a lockout more than a deficiency. Your soil looks really wet to me (at least on your latest pictures), an overwatering scenario could explain why your plants are not able to manage nutrient intakes anymore: roots are flooded with water and old nutrients, you may have salt buildups in your medium, and the rootmass cannot breath anymore. If you're confident you did not overwater, then it's probably pH-related, a wrong pH range would have quite the same impact on your plants, and would result in a weird lockout / symptoms of deficiencies. Make sure your pH-pen is perfectly calibrated and give your soil a good flush with plain pH'd water, then let the medium dry (you can help it dry faster with a tiny fan blowing onto your container's surface). Now that you're into the flowering stage, be careful when it comes to watering, you don't want the medium to be wet for too long, or buds could be affected by mold/mildew. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
couple of things let it dry..the soil.. give her just water couple of times.. cut down your nutes by 20%.. go from there and see how she reacts..
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
I don't think you had a nitrogen deficiency last week, but rather you are over feeding. Dark leaves, clawing, and burnt tips. When you bleach or burn your leaves, it could take some time to recover, and the leaves may not recover fully. I wouldn't add any more feed then you are giving it, possibly even cut the feed down and give her a day or two and see how she looks from there. Some yellowing at the buds sites in the first 2 weeks of flower isn't uncommon and while it isn't ideal, you shouldn't try and overdose nutrients to correct it. Going into week 3+ of flower with excess nitrogen isn't the best. Good luck and happy growing! :muscle::facepunch: