Help i have a plant problem

NORMANREH

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I'm Dealing with an issue with my plants. Their in the 2 The other day I went out and looked at them and they started looking like they were getting Cal Meg Deficiency. So I gave them 1 tsp per gallon.

My feeding schedule is 2 waterings with nuts. I'm using (tiger bloom booster. 2 tsp per gallon. And then I do a watering with just ph water at 6.5.
I always check my ph after i put nuts in water.
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Look really close on the underside of your leaves to make sure you don’t have tiny critters. You may want to use your scope. Look under this leaf really good
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that plant needs to be up potted to a container that is at least 3 times as big as the one it is currently in
 

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Maybe a dumb question but do you have drainage holes in the bucket?
 

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Yes I made self wicked buckets. Here's the link.


thesehttps://youtu.be/0gKgwRPXm0I
From Wikipedia on sub-irrigated buckets:
One of the disadvantages of such closed systems is that soluble salts cannot be flushed into the lower soil profile and build up over time.

You may be building up salts. Also, cannabis likes a wet/dry cycle. I didn’t watch the video because it wants me to sign in to YouTube.
 

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From Wikipedia on sub-irrigated buckets:
One of the disadvantages of such closed systems is that soluble salts cannot be flushed into the lower soil profile and build up over time.

You may be building up salts. Also, cannabis likes a wet/dry cycle. I didn’t watch the video because it wants me to sign in to YouTube.
That’s a good point
 

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From Wikipedia on sub-irrigated buckets:
One of the disadvantages of such closed systems is that soluble salts cannot be flushed into the lower soil profile and build up over time.

You may be building up salts. Also, cannabis likes a wet/dry cycle. I didn’t watch the video because it wants me to sign in to I haven't used the self watering bucket since the second week of veg.

But very good point. I will remember that.
 

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