after switching pots, she's turning yellow. help?

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by Vexyzios, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. need some advice, only thing i could think of is she needs more water due to the pot bein bigger, but i have no clue.

    this was her 4 days ago:

    now look at her, taken today :(

    any help would be appreciated.
  2. What type of soil did you put her it?

    Have you been feeding, and I'd so when was the last time?

    Did the rootball get badly damaged during transplant?

    If you tell me these things I may be able to help.
  3. 1. It's just plain dirt, I know not a good idea but she did fine until I transplanted her.

    2. Yes but its probably not what anyone would recommend, and i believe a week ago.(It's this green stuff in a bottle, called "green green"; like plant food, i'd mix a little 36ml bottle with a gallon of water and use it every week or 2.)

    3. I don't believe so, as only one half side had roots showing on the sides, and I was cautious, but I dunno.
  4. Looks like it was starting to yellow even before you transplanted.

    If only one side had root ball then you have bad packed soil. Packed soil is not letting the roots grow and also no air to them.

    What are the 3 numbers on the food you are using?
  5. not sure, could only find this:
    Total Nitrogen (TN) 0.005%
    Ammoniacal Nitrogen 0.003%
    Nitrate Nitrogen 0.002%
    Available Phosphate (p2O5) 0.01%
    Soluble Potash (K2O) 0.02%

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