You know, it’s hard to say that that’s even heat stress. Normally when they’re under heat stress the tips point up. Not all of your leaf tips are pointed up.It's been better the last few days. My question now is: Should I leave those leaves on or remove them? Will doing a defol now cause harm?
I think a combination of factors, really. Overwatering, heat, wind, light. This new tent was FUBAR to begin. I think we got it straightened out, though. Mainly the two plants: OS and NL. The rest look pretty good.You know, it’s hard to say that that’s even heat stress. Normally when they’re under heat stress the tips point up. Not all of your leaf tips are pointed up.
Not all your plants have this symptom in this environment right?
Now hear me out!
I’m wondering if the roots aren’t happy, I.e over watering..
Just a thought.. maybe..
I removed some of the worst and left the rest.If you were planning on defoliating anyway,I'd go ahead and do it-but don't clip the leaves just because they're curling-they're still supplying the plant with some energy,even though they don't look real pretty.
Thanks. Good advice. I only removed those leaves that were mostly dry/burned/etc;... and looked like there was not chance of recovery.Hey Al just my 2 cents. If you want to defoilate I would wait until the stretch is done usually 3 weeks into flower. By that time they will be settled in to their structure and you will be able to tell what bud sites need more light. You could also use that time to remove some of the lower growth that won't get any light and will help with the airflow in the tent.
Thank you. I can only surmise that maybe they were more sensitive to the issues and I did a poor job of making the environment conducive to their good health. Trying to do a better job with that. Thank you for looking in on us.Looking good, Al. It is weird that it was only the OS and the NLs with the "taco" leaves. Constantly peeking in here to see how you and tangled and the gals are doing. Grow Brother, Grow.
Thank you!Such a lovely tent Al for your first grow! Well done!
Awesome!Since I don’t have tv anymore to watch football, I found my self more interested in the football talk then the plant talk!
Your plants are looking good Al! This time next week you should have some nice colas forming!!
My plants will be sitting in the dark for about 30 hours, then my light timer will turn on at 12Pm giving them the first 12 hour day light schedule.
You’ve got a bit of a head start, but I’m not far behind you @Alafornia and @Tangled
That sounds like a nail biter!Michigan barely beat Army in 2OT.
Yes sir, yesterday when my light turned off at 6Am I snuck into the room and unplugged my 18/6 light timer, plugged in my 12/12 light timer, but left it in the off setting. I will be going into the room sometime this morning to turn the timer to auto, which will turn the lights on at 12Pm starting the 12/12 schedule.Are yours in the dark today?
i Wouldn’t have minded the maize and blue suffering a loss. Army just didn’t have the athletes to finish.That sounds like a nail biter!
Yes sir, yesterday when my light turned off at 6Am I snuck into the room and unplugged my 18/6 light timer, plugged in my 12/12 light timer, but left it in the off setting. I will be going into the room sometime this morning to turn the timer to auto, which will turn the lights on at 12Pm starting the 12/12 schedule.