Help identifying CalMag early deficiency

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greenbliss

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Hi people

I'm taking care of some Mendocino Chanel Kush

I do think the growth is a bit stunt

I have been taking amazing care of the plants (not the first time I grow)

Does that look to you like CalMag deficiency?

Water at home is filtered, I've just ordered Biobizz CalMag to start adding to the water
 
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Imzzaudae

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This plant looks like it is suffering from toxic levels of Nitrogen.
I need to see N-P-K numbers.
What have you been feeding? How do you mix it.
How much fertilizer in how much water, How often?
 
greenbliss

greenbliss

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This plant looks like it is suffering from toxic levels of Nitrogen.
I need to see N-P-K numbers.
What have you been feeding? How do you mix it.
How much fertilizer in how much water, How often?

I'm growing on Biobizz All Mix soil

Maybe 2 times I used bio-grow from biobizz, and also 2 times CCK with potassic soap :: Apart from that I haven't feed them more with nitrogen

I'm taking really good care of the plants

Growing on terracota pots


fertilizers used at home:

Natural aloe vera (home made) sprayed first month (transplant after 1st month)

biobizz Bio-grow (just twice)

biobizz Top Max

biobizz Bio Bloom

biobizz Alg-A-Mic

BAC PK Booster

BAC Foliar spray few times (I had samples)

Nettle extract sprayed twice (insect prevention)

CCK (aminoacids) + Potassic Soap (insect prevention sprayed along nettle extract)

Forest moss (liquefied and added to the water)



Water at home is filtered twice. Once at the entrance of the building, at home again with brita 8l tank.

That's why I think could be CalMag, all the other nutrients are OK I guess and usually I use tiny quantity of product, always measured with syringe.


Nowadays the feeding is:

500ml water >>
0.5ml alg-a-mic
0.5ml top max
0.5ml BAC PK Booster
1ml bio bloom


I always add fertilizer in the water. Watering every 2 days (plants are drinking a lot, those pots are huge hence 500ml is not that much for that quantity of soil)

I'm reading that in case is nitrogen excess (I think you could be right, it shows dark green on leafs) probably is already solved, since affected leafs are not gonna recover yet new leafs do not show symptoms. Is that right?
 
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Imzzaudae

Imzzaudae

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Hey bud. I could be wrong.
From top down side view your plants don't look bad at all. I was reacting to what I see in the first and last pictures deep in underneath.
I do not use biobizz myself. If you are sure that you have not over fertilized your plant all it may need is a little clean up down there in the dark. Like I said they actually do look like they are doing well on top. Maybe it's just the deep green in the pictures. As long as you measure with care and use the cheat sheet your plant should be fine. I do see a faint very striping. You may be wise to give her a little cal-mag.

There are a few bio growers in the forum maybe one will chime in.
 
Gmix

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I'm growing on Biobizz All Mix soil

Maybe 2 times I used bio-grow from biobizz, and also 2 times CCK with potassic soap :: Apart from that I haven't feed them more with nitrogen

I'm taking really good care of the plants

Growing on terracota pots


fertilizers used at home:

Natural aloe vera (home made) sprayed first month (transplant after 1st month)

biobizz Bio-grow (just twice)

biobizz Top Max

biobizz Bio Bloom

biobizz Alg-A-Mic

BAC PK Booster

BAC Foliar spray few times (I had samples)

Nettle extract sprayed twice (insect prevention)

CCK (aminoacids) + Potassic Soap (insect prevention sprayed along nettle extract)

Forest moss (liquefied and added to the water)



Water at home is filtered twice. Once at the entrance of the building, at home again with brita 8l tank.

That's why I think could be CalMag, all the other nutrients are OK I guess and usually I use tiny quantity of product, always measured with syringe.


Nowadays the feeding is:

500ml water >>
0.5ml alg-a-mic
0.5ml top max
0.5ml BAC PK Booster
1ml bio bloom


I always add fertilizer in the water. Watering every 2 days (plants are drinking a lot, those pots are huge hence 500ml is not that much for that quantity of soil)

I'm reading that in case is nitrogen excess (I think you could be right, it shows dark green on leafs) probably is already solved, since affected leafs are not gonna recover yet new leafs do not show symptoms. Is that right?
That’s about right
Bio bizz nutes are a pita imo
Your doing well with them
Cali mg won’t hurt I’d add some especially as your going into flower.
 
Gmix

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Yes I used the whole line twice and I just found it tedious measuring all these different liquids especially when bleary eyed In the morning, I could say that’s the same with all bottled nutes mind if you use the whole line it’s like 7-8 bottles.

I’ve arthritis and have other disabilities that can make measurements difficult at times

I use organic dry amendments mainly guano and I just find it easier I don’t need to measure it out either as I’ve used it as long as I’ve been growing bar the time I couldn’t source high n guano in the uk ( still can’t I have to source it from Spain and the usa ) witch was when I tried the bio bizz line
 

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