Nutrient deficiency?

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by JohnnyFrisco420, May 31, 2019.

  1. This is the same problem I’ve had for a while ; it’s a very slow one but nonetheless a problem ;

    I thought calmag problems but started giving 6ml of Sensi calmag per gallon of water plus maxibloom 1tsp per gallon and I can’t seem to correct the problem ; can you guys help me out ?


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  2. Have any pics?


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  3. Sorry I’m kinda high lmao

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  4. id use a micro nutrients with Cal .Mag and iron and other elements in them ,,they are usually deficient as well as cal ,mag etc ,,,,,mac..
     
  5. It looks like you dont have anywhere near enough aeration in your soil.
     
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  6. I know I don’t . I couldn’t plant into soil this year so I was stuck putting it just in the ground ; don’t know if will even turn out this year but I’m still trying since I had the plants.


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  7. What part of the country are you in?
     
  8. Michigan


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  9. Do you have any other plants like vegetables or flowers and are they similarly affected? It looks like you've recently worked the soil and judging by the way the trunk goes into the ground you've recently set this plant out. If that's right you must have had this problem before you set it out. So did you recently put the plant in the ground?
     
  10. I had some outdoor plants that had developed those same leaf symptoms within a few weeks of transplanting outdoors. They were grown in a northern temperate climate, not unlike Michigan's. It affected just some of the older, lower leaves. I was growing in soil amended with aged, non sterilized horse manure. No dolomite lime added. Since during spring rains, mushrooms would ring the prepped grow site, I attributed the problem to soil born fungus. The leaf discoloration never spread beyond just the older, lower main stem and branch leaves. It ceased as the weather warmed. Three plants turned out male and were yanked, two females made it to full maturity. Although, I thought their yields were a little less than what I had anticipated.
     
  11. Thanks man ; hoping these girls pull out of it :)


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