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Eryan started grow question 4 years ago
See the last photo from Day 24.

There are a few spots on this one section of one leaf.

Because it's limited to this one area, I'm not too concerned.

But I would like to know if someone thinks this is a nutrient deficiency/excess or something to be concerned about.
First Grow - BSK_Auto
10 weeks
First Grow - BSK_Auto Eryan
Bloody Skunk Auto®
35 comments · 4 years ago
Week 4
Leaves. Color - Mottling
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Without more information about your nute strength, and quality of water you are using is hard to diagnose what it could be. Since you are not posting either pH or EC/PPM, my first guess would be that the pH of your water / nute solution is way off. Before adding anything, get a cheap pH pen and check your water.
CANNASIM answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi there Eryan,

In my opinion there is a few things to look out.

1- She definitely is looking overwater. So try to diagnose the watering pratices, feel the vase weight, and the soil to the 2nd knkle of the finger, overwatering case lots of problems including the deficiencies.

2- The vase looks way small, best is fom 15-25l are best for autos, if is possible to you, fabric pots and airpots are super easy and avoid a lot of watering issues.

3-PH look for an input water with or without nutes of 6.5+-, your leafs feel like there are fluctuations in the PH.

4-The spotting from Calcium is slightly different and evolves to other leafs as dots, you may keep the cal mag once a week anyway as a prevention but I'm almost certain that your issues come from another area.

Lastly trichoderma and Mycorrhizae are bennies that help a lot with the root zone ph and nute locks, i use Recharge that combines everything. Cheers good luck, happy growing.
Perth answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey dude I just finished a sweet seeds auto grow. Personally I don't think PH is that important in soil. It just looks like slight nute burn. Do you have good drainage in that pot? I thought straight away that is looked overwatered. Just my opinion. Happy growing.
Jeff123fish answered grow question 4 years ago
Looks like you had a slight calcium deficiency. But the rest of the plant looks good so unless it starts to progress I wouldn’t worry to much at this time