The Claw

HorseBadoritz

Well-Known Member
Okay, the more I read about the claw, the less I think it's a cute adolescent gesture. The promise of light, airy buds is not exactly what I was going for.
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Too much nitrogen? OC+ in coco. About 3 weeks ago I gave her some Schultz liquid 10-15-10, in hopes the P would help in bud setting. It's has been on the cool side in the crawl, 59° lowest during lights out, 75° at the cage with the lights on.

I have been watering her frequently, about every 2 days

It's mostly on the tops, and there it's worst closest to the light.

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The backside of the plant, and even the lower branches directly in the light aren't showing clawing yet.

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I flushed the 10l hempy pot this am w/25l of cal/mag 5.8pH water. I did this just after lights out, mistake? Besides just finally freaking out, I was figuring she needed a bit of flushy rest, then an awakening to a fresh watery, lower N goodness. Rapunzel, Rapunzel, pull up your leaves?

Details are in my coco journal.

I would sure appreciate some pointers on this, thanks.
 

Droopy Dog

New Member
Classic sign of too much N.

Get rid of the Schultz. Get some Dyna-Gro at least. Same price point and much higher quality. Bloom would do nicely right now.

DD
 

HorseBadoritz

Well-Known Member
Classic sign of too much N.

Get rid of the Schultz. Get some Dyna-Gro at least. Same price point and much higher quality. Bloom would do nicely right now.

DD


Thanks for looking DD, I used the shultz once, about 3 weeks ago. She has OC+ incorporated into the coco. Do you think the bloom would help get rid of the curls?

:peace:
 

klondike

New Member
I would personally not flush or water before lights out. I wait to feed or flush in the early morning or whenever the lights come on. That reduces the risk for to mush moisture and humidity cause mold or mildew. I would suggest flushing with 2 times the gal size of your pots. ie 3 gal pot = 6 gals of water. let the medium run clear and give it time to dry out before watering again.
 
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