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Sandman started grow question 3 years ago
Feels like I’ve got all kinds of nutrient deficiency. Which makes me think I’ve got a lockout issue. Do I need to do a second flush with pH adjusted water? How do I help my poor little plant?
Chocolate Haze Indoors - First Grow
7 weeks
Chocolate Haze Indoors - First Grow Sandman
Chocolate Haze
14 comments · 3 years ago
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Week 5
Leaves. Other
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Get a bag of all mix / complete mix, any kind of prefertilized soil and transplant that plant into it. Use at the very least a 1 galon (4 liters) pot, 2 or 3 gallons (7 to 11 liters) would be better. Also, as long as the ph is between 6.0 and 7.0 it is ok, you probably over flushed, leaching all nutrients from the soil in the cup. Another thing, get an EC/PPM meter, i will help when it's time to feed.
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Sandman! Your plant was in a situation of rootbound, roots were unable to find space/air and as a result they started to rotten, I see on your latest pictures brownish roots whereas they should be white. To be honest in this situation I would start over from seed with a fresh soil, in a airy container such as AirPot/SmartPot. These containers help you to analyse the rootmass easily, they make overwatering almost impossible, and they allow roots to auto-prune themselves, preventing from rootbound. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
You need to transplant her. Her rootzone is full and and and soil is empty of nutrinets. Just transplant her and she'll recover then just go from there. Good thing with nutrients is to remember when starting to feed that start only with 1/3 of recommended dose. That way you don't overfeed your plant. Much easier to take care of underfed than overfed plants.
Happy growing!