Ugly stuff happening week 2 of flower. What is my issue? Need help

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Kousinsgrow_DC

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I am starting to have issues in flower. 1st pic is LA Kush, and the 2nd is OG kush. Both growing in the same super soil mix. But symptoms look a little different. Ph of soil 6.5-7. No nutes. Plain filtered water at about 6.4-6.7.
Any help is much appreciated.
 
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PipeCarver

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I was thinking too much of something? I do have a little tip burn but that might be another issue?
They are starving and cannibalizing themself, if you haven't been feeding them and they're in flower you're late to the party but start with something, anything, I think even a big mac would help at this point.........no really if you're going to grow find a line of nutrients and follow their feed chart....I use General Hydroponics 3 part but there are a bunch of good options to use.
 
Kousinsgrow_DC

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I was thinking too much of something? I do have a little tip burn but that might be another issue
They are starving and cannibalizing themself, if you haven't been feeding them and they're in flower you're late to the party but start with something, anything, I think even a big mac would help at this point.........no really if you're going to grow find a line of nutrients and follow their feed chart....I use General Hydroponics 3 part but there are a bunch of good options to use.
I have been using super soil for years without adding nutes. Maybe some cal mag at times and some tea, but that's it. I do have some recharge. Think that will help?
 
LJ66

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She does look hungry. I just started using an intensive bloom boost by Aptus, because I thought my current plant was yellowing a bit too early and she might be super hungry. It did seem to help.
 
steamroller

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Are you using the same soil for years ?
No burnt tips in your pics, just a N def. maybe MG?
No nutes, huh I wonder why.. 🤔
 
TSD

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I guess it depends on the mix, but I've made super soil, and they rarely make it though veg before needing to be fed... but I'm also outdoors. They're definitely sucking nutrients from the leaves, so I'd do some sort of feed, even if it's just top dressing some bat guano for nitrogen, that may be all they are lacking, I dunno, you made the soil lol.
 
GreenMtnGuru

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Are the leaves changing color quickly?

If so, my best bet would be that the root zone stayed too wet for too long. At least, when I had leaves that looked like those that was the culprit. I upped my perlite to medium ratio and have not seen it pop up since.

Does not look like a nutrient issue to me. As suggested above, however, if you are using super soil you need to keep a healthy micro-herd going.
 
Kousinsgrow_DC

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Whats the soil mix? Not because I can help your plant, but because I want to compare it to mine. I make my own too
Peat moss, perlite, rice hulls, mykos, Bu biodynamics compost, ewc, blood meal, kelp meal, alfalfa meal, humic acids, rock phosphate, azomite, bird and bat guano, insect frass, neem seed meal, green sand, gypsum, dolomite lime, oyster shell, bone meal, bio live, and bokashi. I think that was it?
 
strider26554

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No. Made a new mix this year. But same amendments.
I do grow my own soil, from the compoost to the humus i add from my property and no two batches are ever really the same. some ph higher some a lil lower but the soil testing ive done made me realize that it is damn near impossible to replicate a soil..you may get close but thats it
 
strider26554

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I do grow my own soil, from the compoost to the humus i add from my property and no two batches are ever really the same. some ph higher some a lil lower but the soil testing ive done made me realize that it is damn near impossible to replicate a soil..you may get close but thats it
I m ight add to get into the biology of soils is way above my pay scale, but i can build a damn good soil for weed, or tomatoes, or cantelope, or asparagus or raspberries but to DUPLICATE a soil is above my level of skill. that being said I am skeptical of soil producers who make such claims.
 
Kousinsgrow_DC

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Are the leaves changing color quickly?

If so, my best bet would be that the root zone stayed too wet for too long. At least, when I had leaves that looked like those that was the culprit. I upped my perlite to medium ratio and have not seen it pop up since.

Does not look like a nutrient issue to me. As suggested above, however, if you are using super soil you need to keep a healthy micro-herd going.
I don't water until the soil shows dry on my meter. I might have messed up during the cook? I left it sitting in my garage for over a week while I was away on vacation. It was not being turned over at all. When I got back I started turning but there was a nasty sulfur type smell. Maybe from some water sitting on the tarp? The smell went away after I started turning it again. But might have killed off my microbes?
 
Aqua Man

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Its definitely an availability and uptake issue. Could be underwatering but its showing multiple deficiencies.

Underwatering can cause issues with microbes also and that will reduce availability.

One thing is for certain reduce light intensity until sorted to reduce the nutrient demands of the plant
 

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