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Nilla420

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My plants were root bound so I transplanted. Right after I transplantted, new buds started to grow. I cut off the dead fan leaves and noticed that the remaning fan leaves were starting to get spots, curl and die. I need to figure something out, I am running out of mature fan leaves on some plants.
I transplanted to Miracle grow, didn't have many soil options right now where I live. Its nutes read 0.21%-0.07-0.14%. I Transplanted 5 days ago. I used only water then and haven't watered since, soil is stil moist. I don't know what the PH of my soil or water is. I am going to look into this though. What do I need to test the ph of my soil, and where should I go to get ph stuff for not too much money? What other steps should I take to help my plants? Any advice at all is greatly appreciated>
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It looks to me like your plants have started the dieing process. which would mean harvest is around the corner. How many weeks into flower are you?.
 

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Its been 5 weeks since I switched to 12/12. All my females were budding after week and a half. I did notice some of the pistils are starting to turn red, but only like 10%. Was hoping to get better yeild, guess they were root bound for too long.
 

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Then it is normal for the leaves to start to yellow. Rootbound really keeps the plant small and reduces yeild pretty quick.

I would look at those trichs closely now. Go get a 10 dollar microsope at radio shack or a jewlers loop. I would go for 50%amber trichomes.

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