Curling down and brown spots wondering if the pros can chime in here

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I am honestly more excited to harvest and pull the root mass out and rinse it off just to see what developed in there I don’t know why it has me so intrigued!!
 
Ganjadad

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For sure honestly any input is great I love going down rabbit holes trying to figure out the solution to problems and the more input the better there is never a wrong or dumb answer, I mean I guess there could be if you were really trying ha ha thanks guys
That’s the best way to learn man, go down every hole you can bugs bunny
I am honestly more excited to harvest and pull the root mass out and rinse it off just to see what developed in there I don’t know why it has me so intrigued!!
Hell yeah, already half way through and looking great. I wanna see that massive root ball too!
 
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I am honestly more excited to harvest and pull the root mass out and rinse it off just to see what developed in there I don’t know why it has me so intrigued!!
They have to be a super dense rootball to hold that much water. Bigger pots would make bigger roots and the plant would be able to use more light-making bigger buds. But for one gal organic, i think you are doing best as can be expected where it's at.
 
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She looks to be looking for some K. Burn that creeps up the tips with some brown/black spots and the leaf serrations curling up (on the edges) are pretty reliable early signs. This is the time in flowering where they start eating a ton of it. May consider supplementing. They can get irritated by not enough K when they are building flowers. Not a major deal tho. Looking nice otherwise dude. Good luck. Cheers
 
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She looks to be looking for some K. Burn that creeps up the tips with some brown/black spots and the leaf serrations curling up (on the edges) are pretty reliable early signs. This is the time in flowering where they start eating a ton of it. May consider supplementing. They can get irritated by not enough K when they are building flowers. Not a major deal tho. Looking nice otherwise dude. Good luck. CheersThank you
She looks to be looking for some K. Burn that creeps up the tips with some brown/black spots and the leaf serrations curling up (on the edges) are pretty reliable early signs. This is the time in flowering where they start eating a ton of it. May consider supplementing. They can get irritated by not enough K when they are building flowers. Not a major deal tho. Looking nice otherwise dude. Good luck. Cheers
I will absolutely consider supplementing, I have been using a very high P fertilizer seabird guano at the moment so I will definitely do that at my next watering, I tried to let her dry out all day she was as dry as a brand new sponge so I gave her 2 L of water mixed with emulsified fresh aloe vera this evening and tested the runoff @610 ppm my guano is 0-12-0 I bet your exactly right man , much appreciated
 
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Any recommendations on K supplements that will be readily available for the plant, being that this has been an organic grow is there something I can put in that doesn’t need to slowly break down such as bottled nutrients I don’t mind using synthetics as long as I’m not going to destroy all of the microbial life I just want the best product however it is achieved if that makes sense not trying to be ignorant either , fureall thank you
 
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I will absolutely consider supplementing, I have been using a very high P fertilizer seabird guano at the moment so I will definitely do that at my next watering, I tried to let her dry out all day she was as dry as a brand new sponge so I gave her 2 L of water mixed with emulsified fresh aloe vera this evening and tested the runoff @610 ppm my guano is 0-12-0 I bet your exactly right man , much appreciated
I love using aloe in my grows! Good sh$t Happy 👍🏼
 
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Any recommendations on K supplements that will be readily available for the plant, being that this has been an organic grow is there something I can put in that doesn’t need to slowly break down such as bottled nutrients I don’t mind using synthetics as long as I’m not going to destroy all of the microbial life I just want the best product however it is achieved if that makes sense not trying to be ignorant either , fureall thank you
I use langbeinite from down to earth
 
Happyreefing

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Super K !!!!
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Happyreefing

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I happened to buy this and never used Because I decided to go fully organic, would it be worth my while using this as a K supplement until my problem is remedied or will this destroy things I have currently going on
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So I added 2 mL per 1 L of water of the big bud solution as directed on the label, and testing the PPM‘s I am getting about 130 now because I have never used a bottle solution is that about what I want to aim for or should I add more fertilizer to the water to obtain a higher ppm
 
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I happened to buy this and never used Because I decided to go fully organic, would it be worth my while using this as a K supplement until my problem is remedied or will this destroy things I have currently going on View attachment 1304675
I personally wouldn’t. I don’t mix synthetic with organic. Your plant isn’t that bad man.
 
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