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Mr gar

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thank you buddy, i just raised my EC from 1.4 to 1.6

if this continues and gets worse tomorrow should i switch the bulb again to 400w regarding the heat and brightness.
 
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Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019
no, that is not bleaching... that looks like magnesium or calcium deficiency... I have to see more of the entire plant to determine which... but no matter... you need to add calmag.
 

Mr gar

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Today i have just did a water change and started using floara instead of vega i always like to add a wek of vega afert i flip to flower 12\12

Hopefully all will go good.

Also i have notice a one leaf with a yellow patch. I have attached a picture what do you think ?

Thank you
 

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Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019
it looks like some sort of bug to me, note the other damage on the leaf.
 

Mr gar

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I took a good look at all the leafs and their leaf stalk but i can see noting of that kind. (insects).

Also i have attached some more photos of my leafs. What do you think is happening to them ?
Can it be that its the heat that´s doing this to them or maybe the bulb is not high enough.

Or they need more nutrients ??

Thanks
 

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Mr gar

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Hi guys please help !!

Just ran in another problem.
It has black spots and even on the tips its black. I have attached some picture to see what you guys think ??

I have the temperature running at 25deg inside. Also running a 600w bulb. Can it be light stress ??
my ppm is sitting at 1100 and ph at 5,7.
 

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Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019
if this is starting down low and moving up, I would be confident in saying that you need to up the nutes... the plant appears to be cannibalizing itself to support the new growth.
 

Mr gar

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Thx for your reply,

but what to note that the bottom leave are healthy and no spots. I have these spots on the top leaves.
Should i change the bulb to 400w or i still leave it at 600w just thinking because most of of the top leafs are feeling slightly dry on the tips and side tips
As they feel a little bit crunchy. (the top ones) The light source is 1 feet away.

I have attached some clearer pictures.
 

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Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019
I don't think that round spot has anything to do with heat... it looks fungal to me and isolated. The brown leaf edges say potassium deficiency to me.
 

Mr gar

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I don't think that round spot has anything to do with heat... it looks fungal to me and isolated. The brown leaf edges say potassium deficiency to me.
i am using air condition during lights on now during the lights out i will keep it on . we had some high humiditythe last 2 days and could be what might have triggered it. what should i do more
 

Mr gar

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more fan action? why the deficiency though? Usually we find it has to do with pH rather than a lack of nutes... tell me what is happening.
So should I add another fan then?
Also regarding deficiency, the last 2 weeks i was going hard on nuts as i had my ppm at 1600, as i was showing good signs until yesterday as i started to see some small burns. So yesterday i decided not to give it more nuts. So il left it at 1100. Then i woke up to this, with small black spots. Also ph is 5.7 to 6.0 . If it is fungus is there a remedy
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019
I like a lot of fan action... a virtual wind. It makes the plants stronger and solves a lot of problems. Also, with more evaporation the more effective transpiration can become and water/nute usage goes way up. I think the plants just let you know what they thought of less nutes.... maybe just go down a notch, but personally I don't believe a little burning is a crisis... it means you are pushing them just a bit. Its good to vary the pH now and then and I don't think that is it... but try not to stay up on the high side. If I needed a quick fungicide, I would look to our sponsors.
 
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