It's only occuring on the lower part of a few plants.... it doesn't have me totally alarmed yet, but was wondering if anyone could gimme some insight as to what it could be........... thanks.......:allgood:
high nitrogen levels my man. That was an easy one lol.
That def makes sense...... I just switched to flowering so I switched to a 5-10-5 fert. Do you think in conjunction with the high N levels they've already been given during the enire veg that even just the 5 would be too much?? Or maybe if I just added a lil' 0-7-0 in? correct me if I'm wrong but wouldn't the added phosphorus help it 'digest' the high N???? lol....... i'm trying real hard........:allgood:
Your doing fine, and like moose said, It's not going to be an issue now that your flowering. 5-10-5 huh, what nutes are you using?
^ agreed, I would give them a flush as well. The twist could be heat issues. . . whats you Temp?
And your temps are most likely the cause of the twisting. . . How's you ventilation? Do you find you need to water frequently?