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    lynchie51588
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    Leaves curling up

    I do not have a picture so I know this will be hard to classify. There is no color change there is no burning or stressor indicators. I transplanted it like 2 weeks ago, and it is about 23 days old and it just started curling up at the upper nodes. The PH of the soil is at 6.8 and the nutes have been applied to the foxfarm schedule. Also this is the only plant out of 6 that are curling up. Before my last successful harvest, I had a batch of 3 plants that did the exact same thing, eventually ending up dead. Does anyone know what this may be? It has me stumped.


    Also, this is not a fast acting dificency, as they curl up over about the length of a week or so and lower branches curl weeks later or never curl. Rolling up like a dried, old piece of paper.

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    lynchie51588
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    Temp is 78-85 50% humidity lights are about 2 feet away 250w hps. Leaves are curling up all along the sides of the leaves. They also curl up thin, eventually looking like a canoe lol.

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    hows your wet and dry cycle dont go with nute schedules as there often to hot read the plant but i would expect a rams horn on an over feed

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    or its not getting enough magn.

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    What kind of soil are you using? You said you are applying the nutes by the FF schedule. What is that schedule? Sounds like they could be over fertilized.
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    Yes that picture is exactly the problem. I am using FF ocean, and am guessing you guys are right on the overfeed since there is no other indicators of anything else going on.. I will sit tight for a couple days and see whats up. Thanks for the quick posts!

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    i thought when the leaves curl down they are over fed and when they curl up like a taco its either heat stress or a magnesium deficiency? im just going on two different grow bibles. ive been researching this and would love more info on this. one of my carmel cream always looks like its praying lol, the leaves look like tacos. i thought it was heat stress so i moveed the light up, then i gave it cal mag with its water i hope this works

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    lynchie51588
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    Since there is no burning, by overfeeding do you mean too much water? If so, will setting my grow bag (fabric bag) in front of a fan to help dry soil work?

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    maybes jut poke your fingure down the side and make sure its bone dry before watering

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    Im ashamed to say I watered AGAIN today before inquiring about this problem(flushed it) which is why I wonder will this speed up the healing process?

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