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Killabarbie started grow question 3 years ago
I do not know what they are missing. Potassium? More magnesium? Does somebody has any idea? I don't want to run into fails. I fed them only once in the week, water them with drain and only water them when the first 3cm soil is dry.
I flush them and fed them with nutrients.
KarmaRado OG Clone Run #1
11 weeks
KarmaRado OG Clone Run #1 Killabarbie
KarmaRado OG
10 comments · 2 years ago
Week 5
Leaves. Other
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Killabarbie! These are symptoms of a Potassium deficiency, probably because of too much Nitrogen during the past weeks (leading to a lockout), or because of a wrong pH range making the rootmass unable to manage nutrient intakes anymore. Double check your pH pen, make sure it's perfectly calibrated, then give it a good meal with Potassium and Phosphorous, with pH buffered at 6.2, nothing above, nothing below. That is the sweetspot in soil, you must stick to 6.2 in order to prevent deficiencies to appear. If this doesn't solve your issue, then you'll have to flush your medium heavily to get rid of salts / old nutrients. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
I wouldnt make any changes right now. Looks more of a Potassium deficiency than magnesium due to the way the leaves look burnt as well as interveinal cholorisis. Make sure your PH is in proper range and watch new growth. If new growth is effected than flush and try and fix the issue that way. Plant looks overall really healthy. :muscle::muscle::four_leaf_clover: happy growing!
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
For me they look healthy. I used to feed every second watering it worked well. Don't flush her in the middle of grow unless you have clear indications of nute burns. Good way to determine when to water is to check to weight of them pots and decide that way when to water. Works every time.
I read now somewhere that you should feed every watering because plant has to adapt to plain water and nute water switches and it causes small stress. So I'll bring my feeding schedule down a bit and start to feed every watering. Try that or every second watering feed.
Also use like 1/3 of amount nutrients what is said on the bottle that way you can avoid overfeeding.
Happy growing!