Help me please, leaves discoloring.

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Drunature

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Hello everyone,

I am on my third year of outdoor growing in the north valley area of California. These babies were just transplanted into larger pots and topped, getting ready to put directly into the ground in 2 or so weeks. I am experiencing some discoloring in the leaves and overall the dark green color I was getting a few days ago is turning to burnt colors.
Any help is greatly appreciate.

My growing medium consists of recipe 420 potting soil and bhang mixed with some perlite, vericompost, and peat moss.

I started using some botanicare grow liquid nutrients, and cal-mag, I just gave them their first feed on the last water with a half dose, and I am adjusting my water PH to be roughly 6.5 before adding the nutes with some PH down.
I also have some neem oil spray I've used 3 times in their lifetime.

Any help is greatly appreciated, I thought I had the plan set this year to avoid pests and give proper nutrition but it's not off to a great start.
 
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SmokinJo421

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1st of all I can not tell you exactly what that is or it's cause.
I can tell you that it is a little N burn.
And the rigidity of the leaves tell a story.
You need grow bible by Jorge Cervantes to further diagnose.
Ph is very important in deficiency & lock out.
Also too much Calcium can be bad.
Are you getting the water/nute solution on the leaves when watering?
That book will lay EVERYTHING out 4 you
 
Drunature

Drunature

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1st of all I can not tell you exactly what that is or it's cause.
I can tell you that it is a little N burn.
And the rigidity of the leaves tell a story.
You need grow bible by Jorge Cervantes to further diagnose.
Ph is very important in deficiency & lock out.
Also too much Calcium can be bad.
Are you getting the water/nute solution on the leaves when watering?
That book will lay EVERYTHING out 4 you
thank you! I will def get a copy.
my local guy said that it was maybe the roots getting hurt from being in those black pots in 100 degree heat. They are in the ground now and my ph adjustment routine is more exact. No further symptoms so far, I did have to remove a bunch of damaged leaves though. But so far so good.

Thank you again!
 
SmokinJo421

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thank you! I will def get a copy.
my local guy said that it was maybe the roots getting hurt from being in those black pots in 100 degree heat. They are in the ground now and my ph adjustment routine is more exact. No further symptoms so far, I did have to remove a bunch of damaged leaves though. But so far so good.

Thank you again!
Any updates on the color & size?
Curious 2 see if u got it worked out?
 
strider26554

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I am seeing abit of nute burn on some of the leaves, but seeiing something else also, I was wondering if these girls had been hardened off to full sun yet? did you do a transition to direct sun? or have they always been outside, because it seems to me that theres more than one factor at play here, and they look like some of mine do when i do nt take the time to harden them off to full direct sunlight, it manifests in some odd ways at times , and can look like anute problem when in fact it is the plant being overwhelmed with all of the light it isnt used to getting, and some strains are more sensitive than others.
 
SmokinJo421

SmokinJo421

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I am seeing abit of nute burn on some of the leaves, but seeiing something else also, I was wondering if these girls had been hardened off to full sun yet? did you do a transition to direct sun? or have they always been outside, because it seems to me that theres more than one factor at play here, and they look like some of mine do when i do nt take the time to harden them off to full direct sunlight, it manifests in some odd ways at times , and can look like anute problem when in fact it is the plant being overwhelmed with all of the light it isnt used to getting, and some strains are more sensitive than others.
I've heard of ppl talkin about this "light hardening " I've never personally seen a plant act negatively to light. It's normally not or shouldn't be the intensity more so the schedule.
What would be a symptom of too much light?
 
Drunature

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Any updates on the color & size?
Curious 2 see if u got it worked out?
Thanks for asking.
I think they are doing a bit better, whatever was happening has lessened dramatically, but I still have some interesting looking leaves. About a week ago I plucked off all of the damaged leaves so I can see if new damage is occurring.
A couple of the plants seem to be just fine, see the dark green one, while others have leaves turning pale, and others with tips that are browned completely. But It's hot as hell here and I think the new growth is getting too hot because you can see the leaves starting to curl and buckle.
Pictures from today.
 
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SmokinJo421

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Lookin great!!
Few things to put out there, if not already on it.
Keep that mulch more open and a bit loose on the top. Let it breath. Back of a lil bit on wat evr nitrogen source ur using and you need some micro nutes.
You'll notice most companies have a bloom, veg, & micro. Diff names for diff Co's but it's the 3rd 1 ur lookin for.
You should be starting an actual nutrient schedule & corresponding w a calendar too.
Did u get Superthrive?
Lookin gr8 tho keep that shit up
 
SmokinJo421

SmokinJo421

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Thanks for asking.
I think they are doing a bit better, whatever was happening has lessened dramatically, but I still have some interesting looking leaves. About a week ago I plucked off all of the damaged leaves so I can see if new damage is occurring.
A couple of the plants seem to be just fine, see the dark green one, while others have leaves turning pale, and others with tips that are browned completely. But It's hot as hell here and I think the new growth is getting too hot because you can see the leaves starting to curl and buckle.
Pictures from today.
Dnt let ur ph get away from you even tho soil is a buffer it's still easy to lock up.
Foliar spray at night, 1 night being pest mgt.
Highy recommend using snow storm ultra as directed on the bottle
 

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