And she is an absolute beauty mate. It doesn't seem to make much sense to me either but our plants are flowering well so probably just not what we're used to.Nice!
My indoor GF plant has tip burn (like the nutes are maxed out), while the leaves continue to turn yellow and fall off, as if she's hungry...
It makes no sense to me...but she will be a bit easier to trim when the time comes....
Each strain acts different too. I have 3 different strains in my tent now. 2 somangos 1 black dog and 1 sherbert. My sherbbert is showing the same signs while the other 3 are thriving.And she is an absolute beauty mate. It doesn't seem to make much sense to me either but our plants are flowering well so probably just not what we're used to.
Hey Vet. So that is a good thing right? I thought they cannibalize lower leaves in bloom?Day 39 of flower and those leaves that were a bit yellow are super yellow now. Most of the plant is looking paler. Due a top dress on Friday.
Not the best pic as hard to see with lights on. Have put a red dot at some of the worst leaves.
Fine as long as she has enough to get over the finish line. I'd say she has at least another 2 weeks to go. I'll give her the next top dress on Friday and then see how she goes.Hey Vet. So that is a good thing right? I thought they cannibalize lower leaves in bloom?
How much longer do you think you might need to go? With the GF they say stop when you're two weeks away from harvest. Just curious if you're close to that or if you plan on giving more top dress.
Hi VetSmoke! Plant is looking lovely despite those leaf issues. I’ve been giving a tablespoon of fulvic acid with each feeding, and I understand GeoFlora has some humic acid in it (or fulvic, I may have reversed that) - is MycoBoost something that you normally use or is it new to this grow?MycoBoost is a unique blend of mycorrhizal fungi, plant beneficial bacteria, humic, fulvic and amino acids and natural growth stimulants.
Its designed to boost microbial activity and provide valuable secondary macronutrients (including calcium and magnesium) plus valuable trace elements to your substrate.