all this bloated,twisty leaves, stunted plant etc root cause is from watering too frequently in which other problems start to snowball.,
That explains a lot.
Do you happen to know the name of the soil?
For soil growers;
Thanks for all of the advice guys and gals. It is humbly accepted and greatly appreciated. I HAVE ANOTHER PIC FOR YALL. WILL SOMEBODY PLEASE TELL ME THAT THIS IS WHAT A FEMALE PREFLOWER LOOKS LIKE?!?Like I said, I think pH is your main issue on these plants. Get it down to 6.5 and see what happens.
The yellow is not going away. Once a leaf is yellowed, it never changes back. Watch the new growth to see what's going on.
There are all kinds of opinions on what lights everyone should buy. This is what you need to know;
You plants need and will use the following colors. Red, Far Red, Green, White, Blue, UV-A, and UV-B. Each of those affects a different part of the plant in different ways. You can still grow without some of them but you will not have the same results. The other thing you need is for your lights to be dimable.
Keep those in mind when choosing your light.
MH lights grow shorter plants because Blue causes them to be compact. MH has about 30% blue.
Blue should be around 5% based on research by Bugbee.
And I got the girls started on MILLS nutrients regimen today. Wish I would have done it at the beginning though. Oh well better late than never and there's always next time.Thanks for all of the advice guys and gals. It is humbly accepted and greatly appreciated. I HAVE ANOTHER PIC FOR YALL. WILL SOMEBODY PLEASE TELL ME THAT THIS IS WHAT A FEMALE PREFLOWER LOOKS LIKE?!?
Everytime you water. But those weeks stages are not set in stone.So when you are going by the schedule on the nutrient bottles and it says week one, week two etc. Does that mean that you should only use the nutrients once a week or is that everytime that you water them during that week?