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Yellow and brittle leaves?


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highasamuhfucka

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I know this should probably be in another thread but it probably wouldnt get as many replies.

Im growing a plant right now that is in its first stage of budding and the hairs and crystals are starting to get brown. But the leaves are now turning yellow with brown spots and are very easy to break off. Im not trying to grow a ton of bud just a litte for personal use.

So what could be the reason for the leaves retracting and turning yellow and brown spots? Thanks

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sounds like light burn

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I know this should probably be in another thread but it probably wouldnt get as many replies.

Im growing a plant right now that is in its first stage of budding and the hairs and crystals are starting to get brown. But the leaves are now turning yellow with brown spots and are very easy to break off. Im not trying to grow a ton of bud just a litte for personal use.

So what could be the reason for the leaves retracting and turning yellow and brown spots? Thanks


Sounds like a nitrogen deficiency, probably over or under feeding your plants. Or the temp could be too high, but fert burn is common.

But you might get a better answer in the growing section. ;)

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Sounds like a nitrogen deficiency, probably over or under feeding your plants. Or the temp could be too high, but fert burn is common.

But you might get a better answer in the growing section. ;)


Well now that you mentioned it, I did feed it recently. How do you fix fertilizer burn?

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You'll have better luck in the grow section man.




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