I got taco leaves and clawing. Need help!!

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Aqua Man

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I would try something like Southern ag fungicide.

Did the milk come from the hydro store guy? It can work but sooo many better and more effective options
 
Aqua Man

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ok what’s this?.,
there’s more going on here than mentioned above, i see 3 fingered leaves, white stuff, spots?
you better post pictures in clear light as you may have a mildew or pest issue..
Care to donate for an eye transplant lol... man you got good eyes.
 
Cannabisvalleyfarms

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Check them out. California lightworks. Mines says 1100 w. I also have one called 550 veg for my mothers. This has more blue light spectrum

what i like about these is that u can dial inthe Red White and Blue spectrum individually
 
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Oh wow good eye. Lol. Aqua man

Gnick. Good advice i didnt know that about the milk. Any suggestions? It does look much better than before.

I also sprayed with 99% alcohol mixed with water

i think the powdery mildew is a separate set of problems
 
GNick55

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milk is also good for plant health it has be proven. i usually give them a good soaking once during veg a few weeks before flowering just for health unless i’m treating for wpm, normally outdoors.
ive only used it indoors when i’ve dealt with wpm..
so no harm to your plants, i just spray full strength 3% homo milk..
wpm is evil don’t go thinking it’s gone it’s just hiding for now,
though 99% alcohol? what do you mean by that?
 
Arkos

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Those are way too powerful lights for clones imo, even when dialed down.

I've had some plants that went apeshit under my 480w Led but recovered well under a a 150w cfl.
 
Tasty Buds

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Wow, I'm pretty shocked nobody gave you the right answer.
There's no need, or use for molasses until mid/late flower, but it is contributing to your problem.
6.2 is WAY too low for FF. Your PH has locked out most necessary micro, and macro nutrients. You want to feed around 6.8 in soil. It's early enough to save em, but you need to act quick.
There's enough nutrients in FF for about 3 weeks.
Take out a cup of soil from 1 of your containers, and run 7.0 water until you get enough run off to test the ph. Post your results.
Start feeding plain water at 7.0, and within a week they'll begin getting healthy again.
Keeping the lights too close is NOT, and very rarely a problem in veg, unless your lights are burning the plants.
The only real good advice I've read was stop using molasses. Molasses with drop your PH. Also keep your water temps between 65-70 when feeding.
If you have any questions, feel free. I've been doing this a long time
The white spots are probably nothing, but if you got them from clone from a friend, or dispensary, who knows. It's worth grabbing a scope, and taking a look.
 
Aqua Man

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Wow, I'm pretty shocked nobody gave you the right answer.
There's no need, or use for molasses until mid/late flower, but it is contributing to your problem.
6.2 is WAY too low for FF. Your PH has locked out most necessary micro, and macro nutrients. You want to feed around 6.8 in soil. It's early enough to save em, but you need to act quick.
There's enough nutrients in FF for about 3 weeks.
Take out a cup of soil from 1 of your containers, and run 7.0 water until you get enough run off to test the ph. Post your results.
Start feeding plain water at 7.0, and within a week they'll begin getting healthy again.
Keeping the lights too close is NOT, and very rarely a problem in veg, unless your lights are burning the plants.
The only real good advice I've read was stop using molasses. Molasses with drop your PH. Also keep your water temps between 65-70 when feeding.
If you have any questions, feel free. I've been doing this a long time
The white spots are probably nothing, but if you got them from clone from a friend, or dispensary, who knows. It's worth grabbing a scope, and taking a look.
Have to disagree... ph doesn't really mean much especially when watering a buffered soil. You won't be able to influence the ph of the soil but o ly temporarily. The soil contains buffers that will change the ph.

6.2 is fine in soil and a wide range of PH is pretty acceptable what plants don't like is large ph swings.

The reason I say this is because ph is a result of measuring the ratio of acidic to alkaline influences.. but it does not measure how much of each are present.

I would agree in soiless, hydro or other unbuffered media's.

Which micros are you seeing that are locked out?
 
Tasty Buds

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I like your argument, however, it's not buffered enough, and it takes time for a ph of 6.2 to get in range.
So even if it were heavily buffered wuth lime, or oyster shells, it takes precious time he no longer has
FF isn't thr same FF as when I grew in soil either.. quality control stinks, the soil is much "hotter"....
Why risk it? Look at his plants, they are suffering from lockout.
 
Aqua Man

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I like your argument, however, it's not buffered enough, and it takes time for a ph of 6.2 to get in range.
So even if it were heavily buffered wuth lime, or oyster shells, it takes precious time he no longer has
FF isn't thr same FF as when I grew in soil either.. quality control stinks, the soil is much "hotter"....
Why risk it? Look at his plants, they are suffering from lockout.
I agree with you on the lockout but I feel its a root zone issue because it's not just deficiencies but the leaves are drooping badly and transpiration is obviously not doing well..no transpiration no nutrients. From the pics I can only say I have seen this with over or under watered plants, bugs, foliar sprays or very high salinity like in the case of a water softener.

One thing is certain and that's that they are not doing well.
 
Aqua Man

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Those are way too powerful lights for clones imo, even when dialed down.

I've had some plants that went apeshit under my 480w Led but recovered well under a a 150w cfl.
I agree. I wish I knew a way to measure blurples accurately without a par meter but lux does work well.
 
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Scrogger2190

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Honestly I would just give it a nice plain water to 10-20% runoff then when it dries give it a 50% feed to runoff and see what happens
 
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