Mutated plant? Magnesium deficiency? Nute burn? NO IDEA.. maybe you all can help.

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by Grow420Guy, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. So I have 3 plants, they are feminized ladyburn 1974 from green house seed co. One is 10 days old and the other 2 are 7 days old. All planted in the same soil. Watered the same, everything the same. 55% humidity. But 2 don’t look healthy and the 3rd beginning to show the sign the other 2 did before things got worse which is a twisted leaf. I keep the lights 3 55W CFL ( each plant has there own light) on 18/6 a day. I plan on moving them outside very soon but want to correct this problem first. I know many of you have been growing a long time and know your stuff so advice would be VERY much appreciated. The first picture is the plant that looks the healthiest EXCEPT 1 of the leafs are beginning to twist.. and that’s what happened to the other 2 before it got worse. The second picture well there’s uneven fan fan leafs and discoloration (possibly magnesium deficiency??) and the last 2 are of the oldest (10 days old) and man a lot going on here... brown tips, looks like it is beginning to shrivel and 3 fan leafs growing out instead of the normal 2. I haven’t gave them ANY nutrients at all yet besides what’s in the soil.
     

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  2. Looks like it's needing cal-mag


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  3. Which one?
     
  4. All of them, what kinda soil? Could be the soil itself causing the issues.

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  5. This is the soil I’m using., it doesn’t have much for nutrients but I do have have these nutes i could add( obviously not the tiger bloom yet).
     

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  6. Man they are hungry start those nutes at 1/4 strength. Ive used those before but I went no till

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  7. These are everything besides molasses I use to feed em[​IMG]

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  8. Okay I’m going to give them a bit of nutrients. Usually wait until around 3 weeks but I suppose each strain is different. Plus this soil I guess isn’t very good for nutrients.
     
  9. Add perlite when you transplant, I do 60/40, 60 percent soil to 40 percent perlite or 70/30 works good too. Their roots will thank you.
     
  10. Dont use those they contain chemicals now. Miracle grow bought the company and destroyed all fox farm product.

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