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Hello to all fellow smokers :). I'm in need of some help, I am just over a month into my first grow. Only one plant. The day before I transplanted her she started to get a small yellow spot on one of the bottom leafs. I first used soil out of my backyard, yes I did sterilize it in the oven first. When I did the transplant I used miracle grow soil and MG noots(24-8-16 I believe).
The leaf that is yellowing/looks like something took a chunk out ofit maybe? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Forgot to mention I got it under a 450watt hp light(only since the transplant).

I'll post pics when I get home from work tonight.
 

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So if u look closely in the first pic u can see what I'm talking about. It's the second set of leafs from the bottom. Look at the one on the left and u can see it on the leaf.

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:welcome: To Marijuana Passion, Dusted.

Got a pic of the yellow spot? Not see'in it.


I see a very light yellowing towards the outermost leaf edge.
 

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MG products are notoriously not suited for cannabis.
 
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Welcome to MP... I also don't see it. Like 7 said, MG and Cannabis don't often work well together. You would be better off getting some actual nutrients like General Hydroponics.
 

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Thanks for the quick feed back! I'm goin to the hydro store tomorrow to get proper noots...

I will take a pic of the spot as soon as I get home.

As for the MG I've only fed her it twice... Flush and new noots?
 

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Transplant from that soil to something organic or at the very least some sort of soil w/o time release ferts added to it.
 
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Yeah flushing that soil will only release more nutrients. You should transplant to a neutral soil or one of the soils made for MJ. I use Miracle Grow Seed Starter Mix because it's the only soil they make without those time release long time feeding nutrients.
 
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Did you cut away any of that leaf? Almost looks like something was munching on it.
 

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Nope. It appears to be a rip in the leaf. U just can't see the other part, although it is there still just on the top of the leaf. Here's another issue I'm seeing, weird wave like things on some leafs.

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And then there's this one that is starting to look like it may be dying. Also take note of any little yellow spots u might see. Then tip of the leaf is the worst

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I think the light was to close for it's comfort. Anybody think she's trying to flower?
 
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That plant is not even sexually mature yet. It does not have alternating nodes so no telling if it is a boy or girl right now. Definitely not flowering.
 

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Yea I didn't think so. Just was curious cuz my extension cord crapped out on me and it was in darkness between 10-12 hrs, just making sure. I am very new to this and this is my first plant so I don't have very much knowledge but I am this far...
 

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Thanks. Plant is doing very well and getting nice and big now :)
Recently did a FIM job. Still need to learn how to trim it up a bit nicer though.
 
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