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Cedji_Grows started grow question 3 years ago
Hey guys I'm puzzled i took one picture of a leave from my Royal Ak 47 Auto. As you can see this is not a nice green healthy leaf (many others are like this). What's the issue? Is it worth treatinbg this late in the growing stage? Love to hear your opinion :). Cedji
First outdoor grow
10 weeks
First outdoor grow Cedji_Grows
+1 strain
11 comments · 2 years ago
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Week 9
Leaves. Color - Mottling
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey there Cedji, doesnt look like pH fluctuations at all but it does look like pretty standard N deficiency along with either calcium or pests. So you can tell it's N deficiency because older/oldest leafs are affected first, yellowing basically evenly. You also look like there's a calcium deficiency, those are the small rust spots on the leafs , but they could very well be from pests aswell, just check the underside of the leafs to see if there's any tiny microscoping black dots or any other signs of pests (i'm probably just being paranoid but it doesnt hurt to check) Maybe next run what i do recommend is to use some cal mag, because these kinds of genetics basically always need extra calmag , and next time feed your auto some bloom nutrients around week 3/4 and keep some kind N input going through flower if you want these plants to reach their full potential. Hope this helps ! :rocket:
DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
@Cedji_Grows Hi mate looks to be a case of ph fluctuation causing the spots and nutrient deficiency with the yellowing She looks like she needs a good feeding of P+K and Cal mag Looks good other than that