What does this look like?

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Tylerm1712

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All a sudden I started getting alot more leaves turning yellow and alot higher up on the plants. Is this nute burn or does it look more like a deficiency? If so how should I move forward?
 
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Ponky

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What are temps in there. How you feeding em. What are they planted in. Are you going to defoliate?
 
Tylerm1712

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What are temps in there. How you feeding em. What are they planted in. Are you going to defoliate?
The temp stays in between 75-82,
RH42%
They are in a 50/50mix ffof and happy frog
I have defoilate a lil but didnt really want to lollipop the shit out them.
I've been using sesame and then the general hydroponic line
 
Ponky

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The temp stays in between 75-82,
RH42%
They are in a 50/50mix ffof and happy frog
I have defoilate a lil but didnt really want to lollipop the shit out them.
I've been using sesame and then the general hydroponic line
And you've grown before so you're not making watering mistakes. So I would just do a lower defoliating. With soil my only moves are top dressing with worm castings..and adding Sulphur dust and DE as needed for pests. A lot of Fox Farms soil threads I've noticed have some issues with nutrients getting out of wack. They would have better advice. PH swings or lockouts can be an issue.
 
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castings are rich in water-soluble plant nutrients, and contain more than 50% more humus than what is normally found in topsoil. growth, such as concentrated nitrates, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium and calcium. It also contains manganese, copper, zinc, cobalt, borax, iron, carbon and nitrogen.

Castings do contain 4% to 5% more nitrogen than your average garden soil, but in a slow release form due to the mucous the worms secrete as they digest. (SIC)

Yeah I'd top dress. Get a 20 liter bag or worm castings and top off each pot. Cheap. Like 12 bucks.
 
Tylerm1712

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Looks like she's pulling nutrients from the leaves to use, at least that's how mine look when they are hungry.
I normally do the recommended rate for bloom nutes but I always dilute with 1extra gallon of water so I use 5gal bucket but only do rec nutes for 4gal.
 
ComfortablyNumb

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If you have a chicken farm nearby, go get a gallon of chix poop. It's almost 50% ammonia which is nitrogen. Very lightly top dress.

You are in flower, The plant is genetically designed to slow the uptake of certain nutes at specific points in their lifecycle.
When you go to flower, your nitrogen is cut back to help the plant transition to flower. Afterwards, this causes a shortage.

I would de-fol from the yellows on down.
 
Tylerm1712

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If you have a chicken farm nearby, go get a gallon of chix poop. It's almost 50% ammonia which is nitrogen. Very lightly top dress.

You are in flower, The plant is genetically designed to slow the uptake of certain nutes at specific points in their lifecycle.
When you go to flower, your nitrogen is cut back to help the plant transition to flower. Afterwards, this causes a shortage.

I would de-fol from the yellows on down.
I have a few plants that have purple veins running up main stock u think that a ph problem or a deficiency problem?
 
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I got alot more purpling also, seems to be a trait in some strains. My local shops didnt have chicken shit but i picked up some Black Kow composted manure. It says theres water soluable nutes in there, its a 5-5-5 mix, i jusy put that in as a very light top dress and also into a tea, just added yesterday, waiting to see extra results but legit had to retie the LST straps due to it growing so quick and it was only like 14hrs later. Cow and chicken manure are hot compost so some suggest mushroom as a milder alternative.
 
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Oh also, being the rest of the plant looks good, if you go today and utilize my next suggestion, itll work out as a booster. Theres a thing called seed sprout and new sprout tea. Packed with great shit for your plant. 2 ways to make them, ones more potent.

Grab some microgreens seeds from local store, sprout them in a shallow tray, take the sprouts and chop em up then put into a tea to extract their goodies. The seed tea is just sprouting the seeds in a jar of water until most pop and then using just those in a tea, the stronger method is a KNF or Jadam input, chop the new microgreen sprouts up and mix evenly with brown sugar to extract their juices, do it in glass jar with paper towel rubberbanded to the top of jar, let sit for 7 to 10 days and you have a fermented plant juice. Dilute that 1:1000 or 1ml to a gallon of water and thatll help boost your plants health. If you wanna get fancy mix in some defoliated new growth of your cannibus plant to add essential hormones and enzymes that boost plant productivity.
 

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