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whats wrong??

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by Smokedogg, Sep 1, 2003.

  1. it has been like this since they started....it is a durban poison and was started in good soil so not sure why this has happened and its only happened to this plant.
     

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  2. heres a close up of the leaf
     

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  3. whats up with the soil? light conditions? watering schedule? fert history? im not expert, but it looks like a pH problem. or massively overwaterd
     
  4. ummm I odnt know if it is over watering or a pH problem because the leaves were like that as soon as it broke through the soil as a seed and well none of the other plants look like that and I have been using the same method to water them all. I have fertilised her once with miracle grow it is under a 400hps and the pH is and has always been around 6.5-7.0. i water them when the first inch or two of soil is dry and the pots are light in weight. I have not fertilised agian as the guy i got the soil off said I wouldn't need to until the flowering period.
     
  5. One of mine went like yours earlier last year and a feeding of epsom salts (magnesium sulphate) cleared it right up.

    Dosage is about a teaspoon per gallon of water.

    I would never has worked it out if it weren't for Sidious.
    What a grower-dude!

    Sounds like you got everything else about right.
    It might be time to start thinking about introducing ferts (half-dosage to start with) cuz compost/potting soil, even the best, will only provide adequate nutes for about 4-5 weeks.



    Chill...
     
  6. Thanks I will try that...
     

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