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Fatlad

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hi guys has anybody grown monster profit ... its Wild ... I'm 8 weeks into flower but dont seem to have glistening on the cola leaves and they seem to be going brown and crispy ... is this how this monster grows.. wish I'd never had bothered its crazy any advice on how long is left or what to expect would be much appreciated
 

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I have noticed something similar on some, more like just a couple, of my clones but only on very rare occasions so I am curious to see what others have to say. My plants would have trichomes on the small leaves in the flowers and on the flower itself. Maybe not as many as I would have liked to see.

However, like has been mentioned you have to take the photos in regular light. Maybe turn off the grow lights and use regular room light.

Have a great day.
 

irie lion

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:ganjamon:Hey @Fatlad
Unfortunately your plant is not suffering due to bad genetics, something is not right with your grow.
I'd love to help you along with all the awesome members on this website - but we will need a lot more information on your grow to troubleshoot your problems.

Quickly check this link below and provide us with the requested information and we may be able to help:
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:Namaste::ganjamon::51:
 

irie lion

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Nutrients may be too strong, light could be too close, PH could be way wrong, temperatures could be too high, ect.
There are too many variables so we'll need a bit of a breakdown on your setup and growing methods to help you out.
 

Fatlad

Member
strain .. monster profit
plants .. 4
grow type coco
grow stage .. 8 week into flower
lights .. 2x600
nutrients .. potash .. great white .. cal mag .. rootergen.. mammoth
medium.. coco 60_40
ph 6
room temp 75/85
2.4x2.4x2

thanks this is what I'm running.. gonna use dragon force for next week
 

irie lion

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Pennywise

Member of the Year: 2017 - Member of the Month: Mar & Oct 2017, Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Aug 2017
Not sure where to start really, looks like light/heat stress along with wind burn. What base nutrients are you feeding and how often are you watering?
 

Emilya

Member of the Month: Mar 2019
easy... you gave the needed clue. :thanks:
PH of 6 is inappropriate for coco. You got away with it until now, and look... you have some heavy metal deficiencies as a result. It pays to come in around 5.8 most of the time in coco, and occasionally stray up into the 5.5 and the 6.1 range... but not live there.
 

Old Salt

Member of the Month: Apr 2019
strain .. monster profit
plants .. 4
grow type coco
grow stage .. 8 week into flower
lights .. 2x600
nutrients .. potash .. great white .. cal mag .. rootergen.. mammoth
medium.. coco 60_40
ph 6
room temp 75/85
2.4x2.4x2

thanks this is what I'm running.. gonna use dragon force for next week
Are the colas closest to the light the ones showing brown dried leaves at the top?
What is the humidity level in the tent?
How often do you water?
Do you use a nutrient solution every time, or do you use pH'd water too?
Do you water until you get at least 10% run off every time?
Do you empty the saucers after your plants have drained?

Looking at the lower droopy leaves, I suspect underwatering the plants, or that their roots are underwater. I can't see enough in the pictures. There also seems to be light and nutrient issues. We need to focus on the environmental concerns first, water and light.
 

SlyTown420

Well-Known Member
I'm using sensei coco A and B and watering every 3 days when pots are dry and light as a feather pal
You're watering coco like soil. Coco stays wet. Water coco every day. Some water it everyday twice. Its like hydro so we're running water and nutes through the inert coco to feed the plant. If you're waiting every 3 days, the plant is starved.
 

Fatlad

Member
wow what an amazing response .. so here goes
yeah the colas closest to the light are brown but they are at least 400 ml away
I'm using sensei A and B
i water every 3 days when plants are dry and light
I give them nutrients on every feed
give them 10% run off but dont empty them as usually gone by next day
my humidity goes between 35% to 45%
 

Old Salt

Member of the Month: Apr 2019
I grow in coco/perlite which needs to be treated as a drain to waste hydroponics system. I water daily until the agressive vegetation stage, when I switch to twice a day. Always water until you get at least 10% run off. I suggest that you water them three or four times per day for at least two days to ensure the coco is thoroughly soaked again, then switch to twice a day. The drainage from the coco will ensure your plants won't drown.
 

PE636

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Also, ph 6 is ok for coco, definitely not the issue. Especially if that's the pH perfect sensi nutes you're using. That being said, some variation into mid-high 5's is a good idea.. I agree with the others your plant is seriously underwatered. I'll be honest with ya, if that was mine I'd toss and start fresh, any recovery now is going to take forever and be fairly disappointing. Good luck in the future!
 
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