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Leaf problems, Diagnoses needed! Pics*

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by Aversai, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. I have 3 different plants here, they have been on and off doing great then all of a sudden leafs have began deforming and such. I was looking for some experienced growers who could offer some insight.

    To begin I'm in pro-mix, I've been neeming them because of pest issues and that seems to be helping. One possibility I was thinking may be ph imbalance, I accidentally ph'd them wrong about a week or so, but I just want to be sure that this isn't something else that perhaps has a quicker fix.

    Oh yes and I am in week 1 of flowering!
     

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  2. The pot looks small for the size of those plants. pH is most likely the issue.
     
  3. If pH is the problem there could be some nutrient binding going on, not sure when you watered them last, but a good flush may be in order, and make sure to check your pH in the future, i'd be curious to know what the pH is of the runoff.

    they do look like they could benefit from a transplant but if you're already in flowering you may shock them even more..
     
  4. Whats your PH run off reading?
     
  5. My ph a couple weeks ago was a little high, but I haven't checked recently but I'll let you guys know soon when I water what it is!
    Regarding the transplant, I was thinking of just going up to 3 gallons, the ones I have are 2. Is it too late one week into flowering to consider that? or should I let the buds show then transplant? Or no transplant at all?
     
  6. transplant to 5 gallon minimum, they will rootball within a week if put into 3 gallons. no it's not too late. you might lose a couple days of growth but it's better than a couple months of stunted growth.
     
  7. Why ask questions if you have not checked the obvious problem. A little bit of research doesn't hurt.
     
  8. ph was low on the images one and two, the third one was actually 6.5. I just transplanted into bigger pots as well.
    So with the ph being low should I just give them water that is say ph 7 to equal it out? or just be consistent with 6.5? Thank you all for helping a noob.
     
  9. I run my soil garden at a pH closer to 6 than 7.. I'm in the high 5's sometimes during the heaviest feedings when your ppm's are breaking 1500. I run the full fox farm line and they recommend pH between 6.3 and 6.8, but that is nearly impossible to do on their week 8 feeding that can top 2100 ppm..
     
  10. [quote name='"ptown cin x"']I run my soil garden at a pH closer to 6 than 7.. I'm in the high 5's sometimes during the heaviest feedings when your ppm's are breaking 1500. I run the full fox farm line and they recommend pH between 6.3 and 6.8, but that is nearly impossible to do on their week 8 feeding that can top 2100 ppm..[/quote]

    I use some ph up with my nutrients to keep my pH at an acceptable level. I to am starting to have a little bit of leaf clawing ,also using Foxfarm.
     
  11. If that were my plants i would Immediately fully flush the shit out of my soil. Then water instead of feed the very next time the soil dries out then Re-nute and add beneficial bacteria. To me it looks like Nitrogen and/or Calcium Deficiency in the first picture. Some type of Nute burn in the second picture. Finally majority nitrogen deficiency with a few leaves looking like its suffering from calcium deficiency in the 3rd picture. Get some calmag brother. Make sure you check you ph every time too. If you fully flush then re-nute and re-up on some bacteria that should help.
     
  12. ^^ what they said
     
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