Help nutrient deficiency! Cant seem to find out what it is.

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by calioutdoor, Jul 29, 2017.

  1. Im growing outdoor GG4 in ffof ph is 6.8 my plant is starting to die on me. First time ive ever had this happen. Idk what it could be please help. Its about in the middle of the plant it start out at the tips of the leaves then mobes inwards leaves turn pale and then brown and die. Any help is much appreciated tia![​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  2. You need the pH of the water you use and any feeds you give to be in the 6.3 to 6.7 range for soil grows. Watering out of range for a long time can lock up the roots of the plant and it can't take in nutrition. That looks like a really serious case of nute burn in that one particular area on that plant. But looked around and saw burned tips in other places. Burned tips usually mean nutrient burn and aren't necessarily a bad thing, but if you fed that plant to the degree that it just sizzled up and died on you, I think it's fair to say you went a little overboard with nutes. Have you been feeding the plant. You don't mention that in the post above? Don't know too many new growers you don't a lot of bottles of chemicals. LOL Most put all the emphasis on the nutes and overlook the actual element that is necessary to get a decent plant....light. No matter how many chemicals you pour into a plant, if you don't provide the adequate strength of light, it's not going to produce the way it could and should. So....if you've been feeding or doing anything to the plant, let us in on what that was. Maybe we can help you figure out what's going on. I don't think I've seen insect damage that looked anything like that before .... but I am in no way a MJ specialist. LOL Didn't happen to spill anything on the plant in that area or spray any kind of bug treatment there? Fill us in. TWW
     
  3. I was general organics grow box. All my plants are healthy except this one. I feed them according to schedule. And it started at one part of the plant it starts at the tips of the leaves and works its way inwards or between the viens. Now my other plant is starting to show signs on one leaf of the same thing. Idk what it could be any help?

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  4. Yeah im not quite sure whats going on, does look like nute burn but if it was happening to that plant i would assume it would happen to others everything around that dead patch looks good maybe cut that dead part off and see if it progresses. I would also give all your plants a dose of recharge and maybe some Microbes get some bennies goin in the soil if your in the earth or a pot. I have found recharge can fix alot of things quickly
     
  5. RUSSET MITES Dude...get a microscope and check that host plant...if it was a rootzone issue your whole forest would have the same issue ...the damage is isolated ..you have a host plant with russet mites ..get it outta There and start the combat zone but DO identify them first before doing anything drastic .

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  6. That nutrient burnt part of your plant needs to be removed. it is taking energy away from your plant
     
  7. What nutrients are you adding to that particular plant?
     
  8. I dont thinknits nute burn or the entire plant would be effected. Im using general organics go box nutes. Bio thrive and calmag mainly.

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  9. Ill check as soon as i get home.. Check under the leaves? What would i be looking for exactly. Thanks man appreciate it.

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  10. All my plants take same amount of each nute so i believe ny entire grow would have the same issue. Ive been foilar feeding them with bush doc but damn it doesnt want to go lol ive grown several times i always got all my problems if any under control except this one

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  11. can't be seen with naked eye or magnifying glass...you need at least a 30x or better and your looking for a small milk colored 4 legged larvae looking demon child crawling on the undersides of the leaves near the base of the leaf. GOOD LUCK

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  12. Ok ill check with my jewelers loop.. Would i need to pull the whole plant or spray like hell with neem oil?

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  13. It would be better to get powdered nutrients than the liquid stuff. you will get a better outcome with your yield and quality.
     
  14. identify first then decide. but I'd take that host and throw it away and then get on the others ..spinosad ...neem oil there's a few things out there ...but the battle will be constant and looking at how much you got cooking on that deck your in for a fun ride..good luck

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  15. Since you are growing in soil powdered nutrients are better for your plants. It will benefit your plants more in the long run. The liquid nutrients are truly designed for hydroponic grows.
     
  16. Just checked.. Seen nothing crawling or looked like any kind of mites.. I used a 60x loop

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  17. I doubt you can check and fins them that fast Dude. ...it took me a WHITE to find one....look on YouTube to see the video and then check the plant that is fuct up ...and the one to next to it that's not yet... take off like 10 to 20 leaves and look carefully....under decent lighting...you'll find one...then you know they are there..


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