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Bermyfarmer

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Hey everyone Nate here,
Started have some leaf issues, needed help diagnosing. This is my first indoor grow started from seed using Crop King Fem seeds. Over all pretty pleased with the seeds. Currently at 3 weeks Old.
Im leaning towards overwatering +nutrient burn.
I wanted to push my experience.. currently growing 4strains.
Gilato
Blue Haze
Amnisha Lemon
Banana Punch
I'm using 1000w Led.
Temp 23-25C
Humidity fluctuates 45 50%
Ph 5.8-6.8
Media Coco coir/ worm castings/ perlight
I had to transplant early to help reduce from stretching .And may have started giving nutrients a week or so too soon. I Know newbie growers so impatient lol.

Last week I started noticing curled down leaves with another plant with curled up edges.
I have since stoped all nutrients and reduced feeding with distilled water. Some have started to recover but my Gilato is now showing burned tips and edges.
Any suggestions would be awesome. Happy 420
 
happynessistheway

happynessistheway

Never give your plants straight distilled water growing in coco.
yep Soil would at least balance a bit but destilled water mixed with tap should be good at 2/3 Destilled + Tap or use Cal Mg

The bigger issue i see is Nitrogen Toxicity dieal back feeding
Happy Growing Bud
 
Bermyfarmer

Bermyfarmer

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Hey, Thanks for the feed back. I Thought the same thing. I will go back to my ph spring water and dial back on the Nutrients. I'll update in a couple days.
I got a three step START GROW BLOOM nutients. It says to feed once a week but I'm not sure if that's for soil only. I read I should give small amounts of nutrients every day and build up to 2 or 3 times a day in for the flower when using coco?
Should I also be using additional cal/mag with my mixture?
 
Beachwalker

Beachwalker

Hey, Thanks for the feed back. I Thought the same thing. I will go back to my ph spring water and dial back on the Nutrients. I'll update in a couple days.
I got a three step START GROW BLOOM nutients. It says to feed once a week but I'm not sure if that's for soil only. I read I should give small amounts of nutrients every day and build up to 2 or 3 times a day in for the flower when using coco?
Should I also be using additional cal/mag with my mixture?
What was your ratio of Coco coir to worm castings?
 
Bermyfarmer

Bermyfarmer

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When transplanting to my 3 gallon pot I used the solo cup and did 6 cup coco 3 cups worm castings and 2 cups perlite. 😬
 
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