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Bubuzz started grow question 4 years ago
First grow outside with coconut coir. Did not add any other soil, perilite,. I’m not sure if I should add the pro mix organic 9-16-16. fertilizer (diluted) as the plant is in the 4 th week. Bottom leaves yellowing with spindly stalk. Don’t know if healthy Any info is welcome.
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Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
You need to up the nutes just a bit and add in some more calmag too. Good luck bud!
Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
Those bottom leaves being affected are a very good sign that she needs food, yellow bottom leaves like that a very signature to lack of nitrogen. Typically if you're seeing bottom leaves affected it deficiency whereas top leaves will show more toxicities. Try to work out a feeding schedule either from a manufacturer recommendation or elsewhere. Even plants that are hot and tired need nutrition. Happy growing :four_leaf_clover:
Kaya666 answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello! Yes, she's looking hungry. The yellowing bottom leaves are probably a sign of nitrogen deficiency in its early stages. Get a good vegetative fertilizer with plenty of nitrogen & start applying it either every time you water or every other time. (I'm not that familiar with soilless mediums, but I know they require more frequent watering AND feedings than with soil). Aside from that she looks good for Week 5!
MUDBUG answered grow question 4 years ago
If this is your first grow you should keep it simple any time u grow in coco calmag is needed 100% of the time 3ml to 5ml never go over 5 ml a gallon always use a root booster growing 100% of the time always have a b- vitiam on deck ready to give her in any signs of stress 100% of the time alot of my fellow growers use veg nutes i dont thats your call its your plant i would not mix soils this late but again u can coco perlite is a perfect mix i have never watered to run off dont see the point i could care less about wats comen out im worried about wats going in your plant will tell u if u fuking up :eyes::eyes: just keep it simple it will grow if u dont do shit to her but water with calmag u good from 5.6 6.0 ph good luck your next couple grows will be 10× better good luck:v::v::+1::+1::beers::beers:
Thegermling509 answered grow question 4 years ago
I hope youre not letting that coco dry out. Coco needs to be constantly wet (plant has to have an established root system of course). If you let it get dry the fertilizer builds up in the coco causing nutrient lockout and worse burn from excessive nutrients. What I would do is check runoff ppm/ec and if its higher than what you feed (by 300ppms), then you have a salt buildup. If its lower than what you feed with, then increase the feed. I would start with a runoff ppm/ec check, if its over your input (by 300), flush with a 300 ppm( Im using the 700 scale/canna nutrients) of base nutes, I would do calmag flush since coco hogs it. Then I would probably feed at 500ppm base nutes (Remember this is what I do if its 300 ppms over my input). Good luck!
PharmaZ answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey man, yes she’s looking good! But she could be looking better. She needs a feed, you should most definitely be feeding her everyday. You can start feed her with a small amount of run off morning and mid afternoon till she picks back up!:+1::skin-tone-3:
Michka answered grow question 4 years ago
Yes you can.. When it's very hot you can maybe give water +nutrients in the evening, if in the morning she did drink everything, just give water to help her dealing with hot temps ! Hope i helped you..