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Budofpray started grow question 3 years ago
To you opinon guys... Mag deficiency ? Cal deficiency ? Cal Mag ?
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GreenHouseLab answered grow question 3 years ago
I've been running into the same issue with my organic grows. I learned that outdoor it's more common to have calcium deficiencies in acidic soil with a PH below 6.2. Your best bet is to maintain your PH in a range of 6.3-6.5 when watering to avoid this. But in order to rectify and adjust the soil PH level you'll first need to flush with a regular dose of Cal-Mag and make sure to get a good 10% runoff because to much calcium can cause a lockout of other nutrients. The leaves affected will not recover but all new growth within a week should not show any signs of deficiencies. :+1:
WeedLoverPT answered grow question 3 years ago
Lack of calcium almost certainly and also nitrogen or potassium i think
Hellishjam answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey man, what I use is Gaia Green check em out. I use glacial rock dust which has magnesium, maganese, iron, cobalt. I then mix them n oyster shell flower for calcium carbonate (CaC03) and calcium (CA). Only why to go if you want to keep them organic. Love this stuff. The pineapple just got a dose with 2 cups glacial rock dust and 4 Tbsp of oyster shell flower. Hope this helps
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
hey there looks like pH -related calcium deficiency, since you're growing bio in soil with beneficials the best is to spray the plant with a 3-5% calcium solution every day until the problem stops spreading then every week -hope this helps ! :rocket: