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Discussion in 'Autoflower Infirmary for Sick Plants' started by Buzzybones, Nov 22, 2017.
Amazing how fast you can see a pick up! Right on!
A couple small clip fans wold work well.
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My girlie is sick again so I'm back
Over the past week or two I noticed some brown patches popping up on leaves. Did some research and from all pictures it looks to be a calcium deficiency. Started adding more cal mag but that didn't work. Flushed her completely and started to water again with only calmag. Seems to still be spreading and would appreciate some help. She is going at day 49 on Friday.
Also posted in my journal my 2 babies. One seems to be nute burned, but the other is thriving. Would appreciate a little help because their mixes are the same (50/50 Ffof and soilless)
What's your pH running? Looks like potassium diff.
Also, FFOF is iffy for pH stability, and tend to be hot in the nutrient area. Too much for seedlings.... (most will grow out of it) If fox farms is what you can get, I'd go with happy frog, and pH the soil before I'd drop a seed into it.
The soil ph was 6.8ish. My nute mix has been 5.8-6.5. While I was flushing her out, I tested the runoff and it was around 6.8-6.7. For the seedling the ph is currently at 7ish as I've just used plain ph water
That's pretty high @7, I try to keep my seedlings in the low 6s'
As to the other, that's higher than I'll run my ladies. Gotta ask...why the flush? Not a big fan of flushing in soil, seems to create issues as often as it fixes.
Let's give a shout to the expert...
Here's a quick pH reference while we wait! Manganese def has some if the characteristics I see in your pics.
I'm still leaning potassium!
Alright maybe this seedling is just weaker than the other. I'll drop the ph and see how it goes from there.
For the flush, a friend that's been growing said I might of had mute build up/lock out and suggested I try running most of it out just in case that was causing the issues