That's just the plant swapping over from flower NPK to veg NPK, it will balance out, takes time for the veg feed to flush out the flower.
You think in time then the yellowing and purpling will stop spreading? It's been nearly 6weeks now this has been persisting.That's just the plant swapping over from flower NPK to veg NPK, it will balance out, takes time for the veg feed to flush out the flower.
I've heard mixed reports, not that I've heard many, good for veg, but not for flower. Could do with someone to test this and have it busted once and for all.
I've not used UV in a grow, but used it when I had fish tanks, and the plants in the tanks grew just fine.Ive got a 36w uva I've chucked in there, my lights are all red spectrum and I'm guessing this could be slowing things down a touch. I'm hoping the uva might add a little useable blue light but I'm not sure it's in the plants range of useable light. I'm thinking if after a dark period I turn on only the uva for a couple of hours then I can see if the plants react and reach for the light at all, if they do then that would suggest the plant is making some use of the uva?
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Bro did you transplant? I’d just prune the roots and go into the same pot with fresh soil or up pot. I keep bonsai mothers from revegged clones and this happens to me when they get rootbound.@jumpincactus the yellowing is slowly continuing, some leaves are very pale, almost turning whitish, they're pinky/purple underneath, some of the leaves veins are purpling. the entire plants are pale green, even new growth. With the plants growing calyxs everywhere could it be that a P/K deficiency could be causing problems for normal leaf growth, as I'm feeding for veg maybe the plants need more phosphorus or potassium because they've been using what little p and k they have flowering?
The pictures don't really show how light the plants are
Right on brotha! I remeber the guerrilla days.Been tidying up so thought I'd share a few pics of my operation, defo need some better sun glasses for this.
I don't wanna jinx it but i think in general my little ones might be looking a little bit greener today, or am I imagining it lol.
That'd actually be pretty cool if they run the right spectrum. I bet a cheap COB would probably be more effective though. What would really help you is a quality dimmable COB fixture. You'd need dimmable if you were to keep such a compact grow space.