Help with nutrient lockout while flowering

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I have a plant already in flower and my soil ph is down to 5.9. I have been in flower for 3weeks. Leaves are turning yellow and Im not sure what I can do to help the situation. I added some dolomite lime to the soil and been watering at 7.0 ph for 2 weeks with just rain water/no nutes and seems to be getting worse with no improvements. Can I save it, should I be feeding nutes, should I flush this late in the game? I’ve never had this difficult experience but any help is greatly appreciated!
 
ComfortablyNumb

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Pictures?
What kind of soil do you have?
What and how often are you feeding?
Did you add anything to the soil?
 
growsince79

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I have a plant already in flower and my soil ph is down to 5.9. I have been in flower for 3weeks. Leaves are turning yellow and Im not sure what I can do to help the situation. I added some dolomite lime to the soil and been watering at 7.0 ph for 2 weeks with just rain water/no nutes and seems to be getting worse with no improvements. Can I save it, should I be feeding nutes, should I flush this late in the game? I’ve never had this difficult experience but any help is greatly appreciated!
2 weeks with rain water and no nutes would kill my plants.
 
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I have a plant already in flower and my soil ph is down to 5.9. I have been in flower for 3weeks. Leaves are turning yellow and Im not sure what I can do to help the situation. I added some dolomite lime to the soil and been watering at 7.0 ph for 2 weeks with just rain water/no nutes and seems to be getting worse with no improvements. Can I save it, should I be feeding nutes, should I flush this late in the game? I’ve never had this difficult experience but any help is greatly appreciated!
If I cant see the plant I can't see the problem flush add more nutes ph to 6.8 and hope for the best just base nutes and golden tree only
 
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Need more info if ya want help lots of great people here .
 
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he probably fixed his problem, TBH, I ran into a nutrient solution called Remo's fertilizers, it's a 1 mix solution to a gallon of water, I haven't had any issues except light burns from the light getting adjusted but it's corrected, my wife told me trial & error is your only teacher, don't expect others can fix it b/c there are other signs you would see in person, you have to use this as a rare situation where someone might have had it already but I RAN INTo issues, tried to find a solution gotten 5 different answers, not 1 solution that could fix it some can't tell the difference between nutrient deficiencies & light burn, which a few said you got this & that, not even true, the best solution is to practice learn trial & error then you will eventually detect issues before it gets too bad, there's an old man that was working with weed for almost as long as I was born, i'M AN OLD MAN, my kids grown, has grandkids of their own he's on youtube putting on videos, he tested a spiderfarmer to a MH/ HPS still a toss up to older guys their buds were big thick & wide, it wasn't airy like nothing inbeween, called old hippie, I'm still going to get 1 spider farmer later after these 2 go out, no telling when
 
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Choppr

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what makes you think lockout? leaves will have a claw like shape if lockout, yellowing/chlorosis commonly occurs after stretch and 1st weeks of flower, because stretch/transition will deplete nitrogen levels, 2 weeks without nutrition will starve her at a critical time in her life cycle, Pics would help Us Help you - good luck M8
 

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