Can somesone help me diagnose the problem?

MarkoPolo420

New Member
Hello there fellow cannabis fanatics!

I new to all this and I've got some difficulties diagnosing what the problem is. Is it possible there is a kind soul who can help me out.

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Best regards.

Marko
 

Bionic Chronic NZ

Plant of the Month: July 2022
In order for us to accurately assess plants we need you to provide more grow related information ie: grow light. Room temps. Soil or coco. How often watered. What nutes are used etc etc cheers and welcome here man.
 

Southerncough

Well-Known Member
what's your temperature and how far is your light from the plant?
 

Pat Puffer

420 Support
420 Staff
Welocme to 420. Bionic is right. More info is needed. SoCo is probably on point about temps and distance from light.

All affected leaves are on the top and fried on the edges like your light is too close. Worst ones are the very top.

Temps may be too high, but speculating gets nothing accomplished.

Again, welcome aboard.
 

Southerncough

Well-Known Member
any chance you have a laser thermometer laying around? If so, see if you can get a temperature reading of the leaf surface
 

Oldhippie59

Well-Known Member
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Have 1 tower fan and 2 clip-fans to move air in the lower canopy all on full power
Wow seem like a lot of fan power, my little fan wind burned one of my plants early on but the 420 crew pointed it out to me. It might be the problem not sure though
 

MarkoPolo420

New Member
What are you growing in and do you know the humidity in your space?
Im growing in soil and my ph range is between 6.3 to 7.0. The overall RH in the room is at 65% when they are in veg, and lowered to 50% when flowering. All accoplished with a humidifyer and a dehumidifyer.

Even tho i would guess heatstress too. My GF just told me that she had turned on the radiator while i was at work And everytime the radiator is on option 4 (what she usually picks) the closet reaches 29-30C°
 

Buds Buddy

Grow Journal of the Month: May 2020
Im growing in soil and my ph range is between 6.3 to 7.0. The overall RH in the room is at 65% when they are in veg, and lowered to 50% when flowering. All accoplished with a humidifyer and a dehumidifyer.

Even tho i would guess heatstress too. My GF just told me that she had turned on the radiator while i was at work And everytime the radiator is on option 4 (what she usually picks) the closet reaches 29-30C°
I see Heat Stress & it looks like your soil is a little on the wet side too. but you may have just watered.
 

Enjoil

Well-Known Member
How big is your root ball in there? Did you start the plant in this pot or have you been up potting and building a strong root zone. I think that that plant has wet feet! And is drowning cuz it it always wet and can’t dry out.
If not this is a job for @Emilya! She’s my go to for this kinda stuff!
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019, June 2022 - Grow Journal of the Month: Jan 2020, Aug 2021, June 2022
If not this is a job for @Emilya! She’s my go to for this kinda stuff!
I agree with the early comments... early on this plant got way too much light... and those leaves are permanently damaged from the looks of things. I suggest that the OP buys a $35 light meter so you can see how many LUX you are throwing at your young plants so as to not overload them with too much light in the future.
 

Southerncough

Well-Known Member
I agree with the early comments... early on this plant got way too much light... and those leaves are permanently damaged from the looks of things. I suggest that the OP buys a $35 light meter so you can see how many LUX you are throwing at your young plants so as to not overload them with too much light in the future.
yeah, they're cooked
 
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