Identifying a problem advice

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    Scottsag420

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    Looking for a little advice here. From mid veg this plant has been a shade or two lighter than all my others. Shes on week 3 of flower right now and was over watered by my caretaker while I was away on a 2 week vacation. Waiting one more day for the soil to be dry enough to hit it with a watering and nutrients. It's a different strain than all the others too "Lightsaber" I'm thinking it has a magnesium and nitrogen deficiency? Any other thoughts? Agree? Disagree?
     

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    Showing signs of lockout/cal mag deficiency in my opinion. Flush and feed with properly dosed nutes.
     
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    Flushed once about 4 weeks ago before flower. Started adding cal/mag at the same time.

    Possibly flush again and dose with 1-1-1 and heavier dose of cal/mag this time.
     
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    You may not need more cal mag. More might make it worse. Lots of things can cause similar looking symptoms. Look at your ph, check for bugs, is it getting rootbound?Also i found that the order you mix your nutes can cause it to lock out.
     
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    Well I flushed the soil today with about 2 gallons. Then added a a mix of my veg and flowering guano with a double dose of cal/mag. I'll watch her closely over the next week
     
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    You might laugh but toss a few nails in the pot with the plant that's having trouble. Rusty ones work best. Looks like an iron deficiency to me but they definitely need some nitrogen.
     
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    Do you pH your nute solution? Unless you are within certain pH ranges, the plant cannot uptake nutrients, even if they are there.
     
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    Yes I make 5gal batches and ph to 6.5
     

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