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    Question Getting some curling upward leaves

    Sup y'all?

    Me again... this time I'm here because I'm getting some curling leaves, like cupping upwards. I know I over nuted em awhile back, but I have been giving them nothing but water for like a week or so now.
    I did transplant them last week and added new soil around the ball, so now I'm not sure if the nutes in the soil are again too much or what.
    Any suggestions here?
    I'm on day 40 of budding.
    If I need to, I will take an up close pic or two for ya.

    Thanks!!

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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    Here ya go.......


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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    How are temps and humidity?

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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    Its dry in there and as far as temps are... I put the thermostat in the clone dome and kinda let it go I guess. It gets hot in there unless I open the curtain and crack the door a bit, but its never gone over maybe 80.

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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    maybe this will help also............


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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    I havent got any advice on this yet.
    Still kind of need some input here in these curling leaves I'm getting.
    Day 41 in bud and looking good otherwise. (check pics above)

    Thanks!
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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    It looks like heat stress, but could be caused by a K deficiency I think. If you can, get some regular light in there or even a flash shot with the lights off so i can see the real colors and a good photo of the fan leaves. :-)

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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    Will do Boss.
    I will take the pics in the morn just before the light come on and post them after work.
    Thanks!
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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    Ok, this is def fert burn. It can take a while for a plant to recover, and as you only flushed last week, things are only just improving. I would not add any more ferts for a week, then add 1/2 strength for 1 week, then cease ferts. In the meantime, get some sea tea, as this will help the stress from the ferts, and also act as a flowering stimulant and overall plant tonic. This will help you through the next 30 days till harvest. Apply this as a foliar spray, as well as a dose through your medium. It may take another week before you see substantial improvement. Wet/dry cycle with watering is critical at this stage. Good luck.
    Last edited by Medical Marijuana; 05-08-2008 at 07:53 PM.

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    Question Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    By wet dry cycle, do you mean to just let the soil dry to the touch before watering?
    I have been watering these girls sometimes twice a day.
    The soil is never saturated though, I hit each one with about a 1/4 gal twice a day. Too much Moose?
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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    The soil needs to be let dry almost to the point of plant wilt. Try not to let it wilt, as that will stress the plant. I check by picking up my pots - the weight tells me if they need water.

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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    Thanks Moose!
    I just want to share this pic I took this morning.
    16 days to go baby!
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    Re: Getting some curling upward leaves

    Let's get this up in size a bit. Looking great!