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Purple Leaf Edges and Tips?
Posted 03 February 2007 - 03:51 AM
Strain: Unknown Sativa Dominant
PH: Runoff 6.6-6.9
Temps Photoperiod: 72-82
Temps Night: 62-78
(Temp taken at the canopy)
I’ve been using Fox Farm Big Bloom, Grow Big, and Tiger Bloom trio. I just started new nute enhancer trio from Humbolt County; Bushmaster, Gravity, and Purple Maxx. I just fed with the Bustmaster that is suppose to slow vertical growth and make more compact bud sites. I foliar sprayed with biobizz sea kelp two days before the bushmaster feed and two days after. I still havent used Gravity or Purple Maxx, which is suppose to turn the plants purple. I’m trying to get the temps under control as I have an automatic heater that doesn’t kick back on at the right temp so it drops too low then over shoots the set temp when it comes back on. So it could be from the fluctuating temps, maybe a Phosphorus (P) def., or even the Bushmaster(unlikely). I'll get some close up pics tomorrow.
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Posted 03 February 2007 - 09:15 PM
This is what was feed:
Do any of those mentioned nutes have micro-nutrients in them?
I still think you need to raise the low temperatures. Low temps can lock out phosphorus amoung other things. Turn the lights on during the coldest parts of the night and/or get a heater.
Two days before watering foliar fed Sea Kelp. Two days after watering folaiar fed Sea Kelp and Molasses.
Big Bloom 5mL/ gallon
Tiger Bloom 15mL
Humbolt Bushmaster 5mL one set and 10mL for the other.
Bushmaster is still an experimental enhancer and exact dosage ranges.
I'm going to water them again tomorrow and feed with:
Big Bloom 7.5mL
Tiger Bloom 5mL
Blackstrap Molasses has a good amount of micro nutes.
Posted 03 February 2007 - 09:21 PM
Intensifies colors of orchids, enlarges strawberries, and causes purpling in plants that normally require cold stress to induce color changes. By blending a cocktail of organic acids and amino acids, plants are induced to respond as if they were under stress, when, in fact, they are actually healthy. The response will vary from plant to plant and will change according to the particular phase of its life cycle.
Plus creates more resin as the plants think they' re under stress.
The only thing is I havent started Purple Maxx at all yet.
Posted 03 February 2007 - 09:36 PM
Then I still think it's the cold temps.
I would only use that Purple Maxx towards the end of flower if at all.
WoW, thats some serious purpeling, kinda looks cool tho.
I have to agree with SmknVtech. Only thing I can think of is the Cold air causing
it to turn purple. Are you Outdoor or indoor?
Posted 04 February 2007 - 10:07 PM
Posted 07 February 2007 - 12:24 AM
Posted 24 December 2008 - 03:55 PM
I thought that the Open Sesame,Beastie Bloomz and Cha Ching were killing my girls when in fact it was the Tiger Bloom.
Now i add one Nute to the water at a time and ck the PPM after each.
Now i can control the PPM for each plant.
I grow Hydro and soil less.
that is actaully a post from on another thread thought you might be interested I dont personally have a meter myself I just saw you were using Tiger Bloom and they have had the same result too it is a post from Purple Maxx under Indoor Gardening
Edited by medalman, 24 December 2008 - 03:59 PM.
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