top leaves twist?

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Isit normal for the top leaves to twist in the first week of flowering?
 

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I'm growing bubblicious in soil temps are around 77 rh btw 40 and 60. I have 4 main colas and the new leaves at the very top of each of them are twisting. Like I said it's only New growth the fan leaves that are higher than my lowest cola look good so I don't think its heat stress. Do you know what it might be?
 

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They look ok to me. What light are you under? That just looks like new growth to me and your plant looks very nice by the way.
 

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they look fine, i would say just barely over fed? maybe, but i wouldn't change a thing yet :aok:
 

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It's a 400w hps. They are overfed--my leaves are dark green w/ curled down tips. But I don't hafta worry about that funky twisting at the top? It scared me lol
 
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It could be a minor pH problem. What and how much are you feeding your plant? Are you checking pH. Overly green plants could indicate too much N, which can retard flowering.
 

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I have them in super soil, bottom half is roots organic mixed w earthworm castings, bone blood meal, bat guano, garden lime, and Epson salts, plus a little bit of joba organic fertilizer, which is mostly bone meal if I remember correctly but had a lot of beneficial in it. I made one bag so I took subcools recipe and divided by 8, then cut down a bit more trying to play it safe. The top half is ffhf
 

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Well that is some super duper soil you have there. It sounds little hot to me..but i think your plants looks nice. Yes a bit too much N perhaps, which doesn't surprise after reading what soil you are in. You aren't planning to feed too are you now? I would advise you not to feed for a few weeks and see. Sounds like you are all organic so no need to worry about ph.

I think she looks like a plant that is ready to flower. Green mojo.
 

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Thx rose bud they've been on 12/12 for 10 days. I think the flowering might've been retarded a little by the high N.
 

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That could very well be... but they are starting now. Good for you for making your own soil.
 
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