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Dirtydraggel started grow question 4 years ago
All 3 of these seem to have different issues, have labeled the pics with the different plant, also got this one: https://growdiaries.com/diaries/10809-northern-lights-auto-fem-g13-labs with similar issues, not sure if those pictures will help as well.
Pineapple Express Auto - Samadhi Seeds
24 weeks
Pineapple Express Auto - Samadhi Seeds Dirtydraggel
Pineapple Express Auto
11 comments · 3 years ago
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Week 7
Leaves. Too many
Kindbudz answered grow question 4 years ago
I have been using the same nutrients on my grow following roughly the same dosage as you and as you can tell from my diary I also experienced deficiencies. However these dificiencies were not caused from a lack of nutrients but from an excess of nutrients. The over use of these nutrients caused a nutrient lockout and I ended up getting nute burn which I should have taken as my first sign. I recommend flushing your grow medium. Use the fox farms sledgehammer it works well at breaking down the built up salts in the soil. Use up to approximately 3 times the volume of your pot with water treated with sledge hammer. For example if you are using a 5 gal pot it could take up to 15gal of water to flush everything out. After you have flushed it let the soil dry out completely so the container is light to lift. Your next feeding cut out the grow big entirely. Use 1/2 a tsp of tiger bloom and 1 tsp of big bloom. Continue this feeding unless your plant shows further issues and add or subtract nutrients as necessary. Hope this was helpful. Best of luck on your grow!
Thegermling509 answered grow question 4 years ago
Bro your plants are each suffering different deficiencies and one toxicity. I suggest a flush then start feed at half strength until they recover.
midEastern answered grow question 4 years ago
hi-your plants suffer a lot of possible issues.
1) stop nutes totally and flush well with 6ph water - let water drain well.

next watering is only when pots are dry and leight weight
2) temps (28c) is little high- try to get it below that
3) eventough it is an auto strain- i would set lights for 18on and 6off from now on-plants rest at darkness as chlorophil and mineral go back to roots during darkness and that is absolutly natural process they need to have
you dont have night temps - you wrote "night temps - 27"

you have 24hrs light on - so no night
at your hopefully light 6off try to lower temp to 22c
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi there! Indeed, there are multiple issues in here You're having Nitrogen toxicity + Overwatered plants + pH fluctuations in the soil (I think). First, make sure your pH-tester is correctly calibrated. Then, give your pots a good flush with only plain pH'd water (~6.3) but don't over-water them, usually you just need 20~30% of your container's capacity. With 11L pots, water ~2L every ~3 days and see how it goes after a week. Finally, get an EC/ppm-tester as soon as possible, you've been giving too much nutrients to your babies since the very beginning, now if you want them to live until the end and produce buds, you need to adjust your meals and respect their limitations. Hope this helps, I'll be around, keep us up-to-date so we can help you adjusting your parameters, and good luck!
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
You have been feeding since really early with no regards if the plant actually needs it or not. You have several symptoms like nitrogen toxicity and potassium deficiency are the most obvious.
Why? Over feeding, causing all kind of trouble including nutrient lockout.
Flush the soil and let them recover.
ShaggyGrower answered grow question 4 years ago
From the above, if you can get night time temps down a bit, they'd appreciate it I think. Regarding the plants, they look like they have had too many nutrients. I'd say it needs a flush to get rid of excesses. Flush with 'just water', ie, a very VERY mild solution of Bloom nutrients (300ppm/ec 0.6), and flush the plant(s) about 3x the pot size with that solution, let the pot(s) go dry, then repeat once. Those yellowed bottom leaves, remove them so the plant can concentrate on healthier leaves higher up. Your nutrient solution & substrate temps are fine, as is lamp distance.
DudeGrowsWeed answered grow question 4 years ago
They all look overwatered or underwatered to me. The last one looks like it’s having ph issues also.