What's wrong?

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by DizzDaWG420, May 14, 2011.

  1. Hey, i'm just wondering what the problem is here? I just added nitrogen because I thought it was a deficiency but just need to confirm.

  2. ....ph? ...EC/TDS? ....what have your fertilized with?
    ....give as much info as you can think of.
  3. Used 3/4 strength cyco grow nutes 2-0-0 Earlier today otherwise i have been using 1/4 strength cyco grow nutes a & b.

    Btw, waiting on my PH tester, I have a shit one. Litmus papers should arrive soon then the digital in about 2 weeks. But the water I use has been run through a reverse osmosis machine. All I can read on my current device is it's between 6.5 and 7.
  4. you have over fertilized OR ph issue what is the ph in the water
  5. inbetween 6.5 and 7. Personally i think it's N def or over-watering.

  6. 1. 3/4 strength is to much for a plant that small
    2. your ph smoked to much because its real high
    3. hide your stash so your ph can not get high on more

  7. well its not a n def or over watering its most likely burn or lockout
  8. I only gave them nutes 4 hours ago. But i've been giving them 1/4 strength otherwise. Thanks for the help :p
  9. 1 more thing i will leave you with is your ph should never go above 6.0
    so try to keep it between 5.5-6.0
  10. Thanks man. I'll chuck some lemon juice in lol. But I heard 6.3 is ample.

  11. ...your pics look like your in rockwool....and if that's the case, your pH should be around 5.5-6.0.
    ...you really should get an EC/TDS and pH meters before you attempt hydroponics.
  12. They're going into soil when they've matured abit more. There is an awful amount of fungus gnats around here. Also because it's an indoor grow and it's winter where it's about 40 degrees outside. They want to stay in my cab with my plants...

    But thanks for the advice.

  13. ...they maybe going into soil once they mature, if they make it.... but for now your dealing with hydroponics issues. You should've planted your seeds in soil.
  14. Yes a PH Issue

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