2nd week of flowering

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by kingme, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. Does anyone know what this is? im in second week of flowering and using foxfarm nutrients in ebb n flow. i maintain 77-80 degrees during day and never below 65 at night. humidity ranges from 50-60% looks like nutrient and mag deficiency but i thought they did not need this in floweing. over all the plant looks healthy. im getting alot of yellow leaves. and a few leavers here and their that may look like mag def. i dont think its going to kill it. I remove the leafs when the plant wants to let go. I never cut, i let the plant let go with the lightest pressure. So i know the plant is done with the leaf. Their is new life all over these girls. res temps to vary but never excede 74 and usually are around 68-70. my ph is 5.8-6.o. +rep to all those with solid advice. If anyone need more pics then i already took please just ask.

    (they are under 1000 watt hps.)

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  2. yeah looks like you have a newt problem. my plants previously had leaves like that and i was actually giving them too many nutrients. This may be your problem or it could be a lack of nutrients but def a newt issue
  3. i had only issues with fox farm nutes in hydro.
    I recommend you buy some maxibloom. it an be used from beginning to end.
    i think you need to calibrate your ph meter, its probably off a lot. I bet its much lower than 5.8 based on the fact you have nitrogen and magnesium deficiency. early signs of potassium deficiency as well.
    Magnesium sulfate aka epsom salt at .5-2 tsp per gallon as a foliar application will alleviate the magnesium deficiency.
    Nitrogen is most certainly needed in bloom, just smaller amounts. You shouldnt see that yellow until 4-5 weeks in.
    ~ poke

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