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TheDoctor started grow question 3 years ago
Please help me with my Malana bomb, she is getting yellow and reddish, the leaves are dried out and she's not taking any water... Even the tips of her buds start getting yellow, please help me!
Malana Bomb Automatic Barney's Farm
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Malana Bomb Automatic Barney's Farm TheDoctor
Malana Bomb Auto
7 comments · 2 years ago
Week 10
Leaves. Curl down
GreenHouseLab answered grow question 3 years ago
Your Malana Bomb is a 9-10 week flowering strain therefore it's crucial you let the plant time to finish her bud production. You are starting to see signs of your plant maturing, the colors coming out are normal and it's only on bigger fan leaves which I would not be concerned about unless it affected smaller leave around the bud sites. If those leave are showing burnt tip then you need to reduce the amount of iguana juice you are giving them. Let you pot dry up and then give it a feed as usual with a slight runoff and let that sit for a few days and resume your watering pattern you've established.
HolySmoke answered grow question 3 years ago
It's okay if leaves yellow and die but I think you may have the same issue I was experiencing. The browning of the leaves can happen when plants are overwatered, which also resembles nutrient lockout. As for the red in the leaves that could be the genetics of the plant but also lower night temperatures can contribute to this. Have you tried flushing it out with plain pH water? There might be some nutrient build up in the medium
DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
@TheDoctor Hi mate usually this would be a cause for concern however you are pretty close to harvest now
so I would remove those dried leaves and do a flush with plain water and see how it grows from there
I would expect to harvest in 10 days or so Best of luck :ok_hand:
Wicked_Stix answered grow question 3 years ago
Looks like you have a pretty drastic change in day and night temps. The red is caused by phosphorus lock out due the the low temperatures. The cold temps will slow down growth. Looks like she is just hitting the final stage of her life assuming she has enough nutrients. I noticed you dont have a ph listed and if your ph is out of range it will lock out nutrient to the plant. I dont think ph is your issue in this case though.