Living Organic Soil-My second indoor grow, 4x4 tent

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Started thinking it was too much water too often, not fully overwatered but the suggestion by guys at Buildasoil was try watering less volume and more often. So I cut back to 1.25 gallons and last time they got a little of each of my Organics Alice V, T, and extra B food. I also used calmg, and tested for PH. I also top dressed with some Gro-Kashi, Clackmass’ Gnarly Barley, and some Build-a-Soil Craft Blend. I can’t grasp what is lacking or happening but I can tell the plants could stand to be more green so they got everything.
There’s still some sort of imbalance or lockout happening as my leaves are showing some rusty brown tips and some of the lower leaves are turning yellow and if left on the plant they will brown out, shrivel and get crunchy, which is typical for the stage, maybe a little early, so that’s why they got a cocktail of all the minerals.
 
thebum

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Nice job. Novice here but I think the yellowing/dying leaves is normal if the budsites for those leaves aren't getting enough light. The plant is redistributing the mobile nutrients.
 
stp

stp

Nice job. Novice here but I think the yellowing/dying leaves is normal if the budsites for those leaves aren't getting enough light. The plant is redistributing the mobile nutrients.
I was struggling with nutrient problem going into flower, flushed before and never got the plant very green again before flip. I agree it’s normal to lose leaves but I’m hardly halfway into flower so...
 
stp

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Nice grow STP. Is that sweet potato you were cropping it with? Fast moving mites are predatory but I think you figured out it was a hypo
What is Hypo? I realized that all the moving pests in my soil are good for it, that's why I did living organic soil. But initially I didn't think I would see them, I thought they might stay hidden or be more microscopic than that! The cover crop is a twelve seed blend, of Rye and Clover....I got it from Buildasoil.
 
stp

stp

What is happening? This is week 7 of flower. The coloring doesn’t rub off it’s not mold, I have great airflow and fans. It’s only on the Red Dragon plant and only a few spots.
 
stp

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Put the loupe to the phone for these. They seem really close, almost all cloudy and a few Amber...but I do see some clear and my hairs are very vibrant and bright white still...
I think I’ll chop in about a week from now.
 
Kizza81

Kizza81

Also forgot to mention, as I planted these two, I top dressed the entire pot with a dusting of Craft Blend, 1/3 C. Grokashi, a few more cover crop seeds, some & Clackmass Coot’s Gnarly Barley (ground). I watered with about 1.5-2 gallons of aloe flake and Rootwise microbe blend, slowly applied via a Chapin Sprayer.
If I could give anything positive if it’s buildasoil recipe u just need to get those baby’s a lot more established before popping em into super soil iv run all organics for over ten years if u have baked the soil adequately bro u don’t need anything for a little while less is more in organics
 
Kizza81

Kizza81

If I could give anything positive if it’s buildasoil recipe u just need to get those baby’s a lot more established before popping em into super soil iv run all organics for over ten years if u have baked the soil adequately bro u don’t need anything for a little while less is more in organics
And looks like I was looking at old threads it come back around for looked mint to and popped a fem with the reg natures kind good growing organics is our future
 
Skeggox

Skeggox

What is happening? This is week 7 of flower. The coloring doesn’t rub off it’s not mold, I have great airflow and fans. It’s only on the Red Dragon plant and only a few spots.
Did you ever find out the diagnosis of this? I have one with very similar issues
 
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