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Discussion in 'Sick Plants & Problems' started by VerryPerry, Feb 25, 2019.

  1. Feb 25, 2019 #21

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    Of Course!! Thanks
     
  2. Feb 25, 2019 #22

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    I cant just simply let this one die!!

    I will be starting new ones in a different area being set up for growing soon tho lol. I just want to see if i can get this one back to full health
     
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  3. Feb 25, 2019 #23

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    You can do it! And we'll be cheering you the whole way!
     
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  4. Feb 25, 2019 #24

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    Hows it looking to you guys?

    Anyone know what those small bumps on the leaves are? Never seen those on any of my outdoor plants.
     

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  5. Feb 25, 2019 #25

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    Those would be trichomes.
     
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  6. Feb 25, 2019 #26

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    That girl knows her stuff. It is, it is... that's the good stuff! high five boss!

    You going to get some frost perry, she said it was so and it was!

    now remember it was Nick that got you flying straight, now you owe him a bud or two. lol.

    A plant in flower will stretch twice it's size, so it will at the least double. If everything goes well you should get about two oz's of choice and some larff, for baking or blasting, death cookies for the win. Or ruffy cookies is what some people call them
     
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  7. Feb 26, 2019 #27

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    Credit goes where credit is due! lol
     
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    So when do you guys thing I should change the light cycle to 12/12? It has been on 18/6 for almost 3 weeks...
    Im not sure what to do about all that with this plant since of that whole 3months in the hydro system with no nutrients ordeal..

    EDIT: the thing about it that makes me so confused on when to change the lights is that the plant is around 4 months old but Is only about 10-12 inches tall. My buddy grew the same kind from the same seeds indoors and at 4 months old his was about 3 feet tall lol.

    I understand this one has not grown as much due to lack of nutrients and growing in such a small enviorment before. But should I give it more time on 18/6 to try to get it to grow bigger OR turn to 12/12 and let it just start to focus on flowering?

    (oh and his was grown in the same exact setup as mine is right now)

    Any feedback is much appreciated. Thanks!
     
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  10. Feb 27, 2019 #30

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    Yes yes and more yes... It is stunted. I don't think it is a runt, just needs some love. personally, I would give it 2 - 3 weeks to get it on a roll, which you will see what i'm talking about. New growth will shoot out of the old established grow with vigor. like a whole new plant. For best flowering scenario, you want the plant to begin flowering in a growth spurt, firmly in veg with plenty of room for roots. In the meantime get more seeds for your next round.
     
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    i got some more:)
    i figured out the strain is Borderliner XTRM (as is the one we have been talking about)

    It looks like shes beginning to heal up a bit. The stalk is getting quite purple tho.. could this be anything OTHER than mag/cal deficiency?
     
  12. Feb 27, 2019 #32

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    Here she is now today. You guys think shes nutrient deficient? Toxicity?
    I know that purple stems are usually cal/mag deficiency.
    But the leaves look like they could uhavw nute burn, do they not?
     

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    VP give that girl a tablespoon of epsom salts salts in your next watering . Helps with calcium deficiencies and its just plain good for the plant. Like Rose I'm thinkin' 2 weeks and flip
     
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  15. Mar 1, 2019 #35

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    would any Grobasics nutes work? I got the kit of all three on Grobasics.co

    Should I use any of those instead of Epsom salt? or both maybe?
     
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    After you add nutes to the water you need to ph it and check it is in the correct range. If it falls outside that range, it can affect the plants ability to absorb the nutes.
     
  17. Mar 1, 2019 #37

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    Do you have any recommendations for a ph meter?

    EDIT: I got one online but it seems very faulty
     
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    You would have to ask someone who uses "nutes". I am an organic farmer
     
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  19. Apr 2, 2019 #39

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    Hey everyone! Just wanted to update you on how the plant is coming along!
    SHES GREAT!!
    Thanks for the help everyone
     

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    Awesome! :D
     
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