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  1. Jun 25, 2015 #1

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    Skywalker OG Sativa phenotype in .3liter airpot full of nectar for the gods coco/pete soil. I've given nutrients 2x seemed to help but overwatering quickly defeated benefits. Can someone describe what's going on so I can see next time when I see symptoms. And if there's something else going on I may be able to fix. Pictures to follow with problem. Been watering to saturation every 2- 2.5 days. I have stopped watering its been about 50-60 hours since last water. I've fed slf100 2x 1tsp/gallon 1x week and 50% strength nectar for the god sample box for early veg.
     
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    Leaves not happy.

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    Red veins under leaves and dark vein above leaves.

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    This one is oldest and most beat up its always been deformed.

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    Hard to get a picture that shows it but yellowing around edges of leave and around veins. Veins stay dark.

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    Does it seem like I have nailed it. Nitrogen deficiency and overwatering? I guess nitrogen deficiency is a secondary effect to overwatering.
     
  7. Jun 25, 2015 #7

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    over watering will cause nutrient issues........ learn to check the weight of your pots by lifting them a little to see how heavy they are........ you'll learn when to water them this way.
     

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