600W Super-Cali Haze + Romulans

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Gandalf

1/18/11 - 6 weeks+

Lineup:

The babies grow nice.
  • Kirk is green and happy.
  • Picard apparently overcame his adolescence problems, and now there is no memory of twisted leaves/
  • Sisko has some leaf problems (see next post).
  • Janeway is a work of art..


In this post - pictures of the plants.
In the next post - pictures of the sick romulan#3 "Sisko".
In the post after that - pictures of the SCH with some leaves issues.
 
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Gandalf

SICK ROMULAN #3

This plant was the healthiest looking seedling.
Now, apparently due to in-calibrated PH meter, he suffered the most from high PH watering. Hope it'll recover.

The symptoms are showing on the larger fan leaves.
Other leaves are green and dandy.

Can you help me confirm its a PH imbalanced water?
is it anything else?

Some nice textures there :bongsmi:

And regardless - Romulans seeds are hard to get by nowadays.
kinda funny, but I hope for at least 1 male for seeds..
 
RIVAL79

RIVAL79

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They r coming along really good. Sisko will make a come back. Keep up the good work gandalf. Those r gonna be some nice ladies wit dude names! Lmao.
 

Green Supreme

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Looks like you are hoping for 3 boys and a girl. What no 7 of 9 hmmmm. Peace GS
 
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Gandalf

Thanks bros.
I really do hope the plant will recover from that.
I have since, double and triple checked the PH levels of the water after calibrating the meter.

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Last but not least, the Super-Cali Haze.

It shows signs of dehydration I believe.
I highly suspect it to be the case, since my humidity levels in the room are below 15% (meter wont even read them). If this is indeed the issue.. it will be solved later tonight or tomorrow. My wife and I will go do some shopping for the home, and a humidifier will be included in the list.

The bending looks good, the plant is gradually recovering from it.
The flowering leaves are in paler green, healthy and rockin'.
In the pictures included - you can see the issue.

More - as the story develops..
 
RIVAL79

RIVAL79

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Now she looks sick as fuk. Damn ph pens! Hope u can save her as well. Put them in the sick bay!
 
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Gandalf

^^

The EMH is already hard at work on her.. ;)
About Sisko - can you guys assist me determining the symptoms?
 
Shady

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Hope you get your humidity on point... Looks like sisko has moisture heat stress from the low RH and high VPD... the high pH may have also locked out Magnesium causing the interveinal chlorisis... Possibly some salt buildup as well from the high pH and potential lockout... :thinking

P.S. There's also a possibility that the plant is root bound and not able to uptake nutes efficiently with all of the other factors I mentioned above...
 
DieselBoy

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Gandalf, I'll look forward to your thread on creating great macros. Yours are fab! Mostly, I'm relieved that I'm not the only one who occasionally names their plants... ;)

Grow on.
 
the rrock

the rrock

Ok, so let go to the start pictures.

I named each plant with a Captain name from the series.
(originally I had 5 seeds, but "Romulan #5 aka "Archer" did not sprout).

This was done roughly a month ago.
In the next set of pictures - the captains pop off the ground and into the stars..

:rollj:

love the star trek captains references=classic
 
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2DogWalker

Gandalf,

I am having some very similar issues with the small brown spots at the leaf edges. I THINK (In Caps cuz think it a BIG word for me) it is a MG deficiency probably caused by your incorrect PH. I will keep you informed if I find a solution, please do the same.

Good Luck brah,
its back to morador for me

2Dog
 
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Gandalf

The rrock, the EMH never got an official name from the Captain.
Several friends of "it" suggested names for him, including Kes, Belana, and 7.
He also, had few ideas for names, but eventually he was left with non.

(and personally - I think Rober Picardo plays really well.)

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Hey 2Dog, bro, much appreciated!
No change in their appearance, since I verified the meter to be calibrated, and watered them with 6.50 ON THE DOT.

Sisko's drained water had a PH of 5.4 ...
slowly but surely, they will recover. I hope.

More to come soon.
 
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2DogWalker

Gandalf,

After some research I decided to test out a foliar feed w/ cal mag (I didn't have any epsom salts or I would have used that instead to foliar feed) **recipe called for 1/2 teaspoon of epsom salts/gallon of foliar feed** (make sure you dissolve salts in hot water first though)) on my experimental plant, I will let you know if the green starts to appear between the veins again.

2dog
 
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