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zyph

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I've never really seen this type of problem before and It's happening to my baby, I really can't figure out what it is, I'm thinking mold because of the way it looks but maybe it's something else..

The humidity in the room is about 70%, sometimes it fluctuates to about 80, But as far as humidity levels go I wouldn't think mold would be an issue with 24/7 lighting and constant air movement across the plants.. I know high humidities are a big problem for flowering but maybe vegetative as well..

If anyone happens to know what could be causing this and a way to eliminate it if there is one, I would really appreciate the advice.
 
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zyph

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Re: Slight problem..

Ill upload it to my webserver and rehost, sec.. I never even thought about one needing an account.
 

zyph

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Re: Slight problem..

I'm leaning towards more nute burn but at the same time I have a feeling it could have been water spilled on the leaves after watering 2 days ago, I'm using MG soil and with there being slow release nutes in that soil I really have a strong feeling its more nute burn than spilled water.. and whats really ironic is the fact that 3am this morning it was healthy, no spots, nothing.. Then I went down about 3pm today and all the sudden I see all the black spots.
 

RooRman

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Re: Slight problem..

Looks as if the pH of your soil is incorrect, that or the water you are feeding it. Test both to be sure.
 

zyph

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Re: Slight problem..

the pH of the soil is correct, and the water is about 6.3, That isn't the problem...

The problem is the continuous nute release from the MG soil I believe, causing nute burn.. I'll quickly find out if it starts happening to my others
 

Stix

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Re: Slight problem..

I'm leaning towards more nute burn but at the same time I have a feeling it could have been water spilled on the leaves after watering 2 days ago, I'm using MG soil and with there being slow release nutes in that soil I really have a strong feeling its more nute burn than spilled water.. and whats really ironic is the fact that 3am this morning it was healthy, no spots, nothing.. Then I went down about 3pm today and all the sudden I see all the black spots.
Are you giving them straight ph balanced water being that your soil has it's own slow release ferts already?
 

zyph

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Re: Slight problem..

It's distilled water, drinking water, filtered by reverse osmosis, its ph is like 6.8
 
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