anyone know whats happening here - leaves browning, soft and curling

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6ixbud

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first time grower here

leaves are turning brown and curling, also feel soft,

plants are in pots outdoors, in soil. 7 hours of sun per day, PH reads 7, been holding off nutrients as i thought it was nut burn

anyone know whats the problem here?
 
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You need to post all relevant growing info in order to get good advice: lighting/growing media/pH info/nutrients, ect. Help us help you✌
 
ArrEll

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first time grower here

leaves are turning brown and curling, also feel soft,

plants are in pots outdoors, in soil. 7 hours of sun per day, PH reads 7, been holding off nutrients as i thought it was nut burn

anyone know whats the problem here?
Since you say you've not added any nutrients thus far, I would say out of hand that they are starving. How old are they? Looks to be at least one month, maybe two. Fortified soil such as Fox Farm Ocean Forest or Happy Frog contain enough nutrients to last a month or longer, without adding any more. In any event, yours are Hurting for - something. Try adding your favorite Cannabis fertilizer and EASE INTO it. Do not add the "recommended amount"....I NEVER do lol. Try 1/2 or even 1/4, for starters.

You might even try an Organic Grow. How big is that pot? Looks to be only about 2 gallons...which I would call "The Minimum" for a soil grow. Next time, get some Fabric pots. There are many reasons why they are so popular, not the least of which is: They make it easy to gauge how much water the plant needs, by "hefting" the pot. When it's dry, it'll feel like it's empty lol...and you need to know!
 
6ixbud

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Since you say you've not added any nutrients thus far, I would say out of hand that they are starving. How old are they? Looks to be at least one month, maybe two. Fortified soil such as Fox Farm Ocean Forest or Happy Frog contain enough nutrients to last a month or longer, without adding any more. In any event, yours are Hurting for - something. Try adding your favorite Cannabis fertilizer and EASE INTO it. Do not add the "recommended amount"....I NEVER do lol. Try 1/2 or even 1/4, for starters.

You might even try an Organic Grow. How big is that pot? Looks to be only about 2 gallons...which I would call "The Minimum" for a soil grow. Next time, get some Fabric pots. There are many reasons why they are so popular, not the least of which is: They make it easy to gauge how much water the plant needs, by "hefting" the pot. When it's dry, it'll feel like it's empty lol...and you need to know!
hey, thanks so much, the pot is 2.5 gallons, i will go bigger next time and definitely invest in fabric pots!

I added some nutrients into the soil mix when I planted 2 months ago, and added the odd bit of tomato feed at the beginning. But I haven't added any nutrients in about a month.

I have Cannabis RX fertilizer, I will spray it on the plant when it gets cooler and darker out today.

Appreciate your help.
 
mysticepipedon

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That looks like a combination of a potassium and magnesium deficiency. A general feeding, including cal/mag could make her happy.
 
FATAL

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That looks like a combination of a potassium and magnesium deficiency. A general feeding, including cal/mag could make her happy.
No one growing weed with weed products is deficient in k. So when you see it, you know it's something else. Usually calcium or magnesium. Calcium in this case, apparent by the parachuting and kyphosis of the leaves.
 
6ixbud

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No one growing weed with weed products is deficient in k. So when you see it, you know it's something else. Usually calcium or magnesium. Calcium in this case, apparent by the parachuting and kyphosis of the leaves.
will feeding it general cannabis fertilizer help
 
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ArrEll

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will feeding it general cannabis fertilizer help
Most any fertilizer "made for Cannabis" will do. Some do, better than others. What you really have to look out for, is the PRICE. So many stores & sites are charging a WHOLE lot more than they should. "You get, what you pay for" really does not apply here. Everyone has their favorites. You'll need to decide what yours will be.
 
6ixbud

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Hey guys, the plant hasnt improved, I feed her nutrients, but doesnt seem to make a differnece, is there any chance of saving this plant ??


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