Any idea what might be causing this to the leaves though? It happened on 3/4 plants. One was totally immune to it. From reading online I thought it was a calmag issue, I flushed my plants and returned to a reduced feeding schedule, lifted my lights incase they were burning them, trimmed off all the old leaves so I could see if it was still progressing. The only th ing I didn't try was a topical spray of calmag solution but I dont feel that would have solved this issue at all.I understand. The fact that you say that makes it even more likely. The plant is late in life, it's not liable to fully recover, no matter what you do.
I fed these plants 2ml/gal of general hydroponics Micro and 4ml/gal of bloom and doubling that each week until 4ml/micro and 8ml/bloom. I gave the same amount of calmag for micro.Friend, it's really hard to make any educated comment, if you don't share some history about the stuff in the sticky post. What have you fed, what have you measured, etc. A reasonable conclusion is that you poisoned her, because most people overfeed, and then try to add something to correct it, which makes the problem worse. As I just said on another thread, you cant feed your way to yield. Plants eat light and CO2. Nutes are vitamins.
I would love to know as well. I had to move and I didn’t want my landlord seeing them so they’ve been moved a few times thisbkast month. Maybe just that stress. Safe to assume it’s never going to recover though hey?I'm curious how you got an auto to reveg ?
Unfortunately I suspect you're right, being an auto it probably wont, but I've only grown a handful of freebie Autos so I don't know for sure ? Best of luck with it, glad everything else came out well for you!I would love to know as well. I had to move and I didn’t want my landlord seeing them so they’ve been moved a few times thisbkast month. Maybe just that stress. Safe to assume it’s never going to recover though hey?
I just wish I could figure out what is causing the leaves to do this
That's what i'm curious of too, but what ever is causing the issue of the leaves dying is preventing it from doing it's natural thing so I don't think there's a whole lot of point. I could throw it outside and see what happens I suppose or I just cut my losses and move on.Yellow leaves I've seen, but an Autoflower revegging not so much, if ever? I'd be interested to see how that plant finishes if you decide to keep it?