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herewegrow started grow question 5 years ago
Each plant seems to be suffering from some sort of deficiency/lockout. I thought the 4AM & 3BOG looked hungry but no improvement after 2 days. Sour Stompers still losing leaves but their buds are MUCH fatter and frosty than the other 2. Maybe just different flowering times.
4 Assed Sour Bear
16 weeks
4 Assed Sour Bear herewegrow
+2 strains
25 comments · 4 years ago
Week 7
Leaves. Other
Removed answered grow question 5 years ago
There seems to be a couple of issues there. On one hand make sure you are not over watering. Secondly, are you measuring the EC/PPM of your feeding? I checked the Organic Bloom you list on your diary and it's very low on phosphorous for a bloom nute, actually it has a lot more Nitrogen.
For such a low NPK (3-2-5) you are using a really low dosage.
What I see is a serious P-K (phosphorous and Potasium) deficiency and some Nitrogen excess.
The chlorosis with rust spots indicates Potassium deficiency.
The leaves with dark / black spots, bottom ones drying and withering are symptoms of a serious phosphorous deficiency.
Your plants are eating themselves in order to produce flowers.
420_liquidsun answered grow question 5 years ago
Have you ever flushed your medium bro? Maybe its because of root lock, that plant never get enough nutes even you put more nute.. i suggest you to flush your medium and give them a fresh nute solution..
Green09Ranger answered grow question 5 years ago
Lot of trouble down there brother. My bets goes to over watering, nitrogen toxicity and like athos said, P-K deficiency. Leaves falling are an indicator of nitrogen issues. The spots, phoporous all the way. Happy Grow!
Jeff123fish answered grow question 5 years ago
Honestly it looks like too much water. I’m not sure if your actually using a gallon of water every three days or not but if you are that’s a lot. If I was to guess the roots have started to die and that’s why your seeing what looks like deficiency issues. And the reason your seeing that is because the fine root hairs are what pick up the nutrients and they are the most sensitive. The main part of the root is what carries the water and is more resilient I would let the soil dry out a little more and you should see improvement as the fine root hairs begin to grow back