What does this mean? Need help

Cowabunga1998

Cowabunga1998

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CannaGranny

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Several reasons this could be happening. One is a temp diff of 15 degrees or more will cause stem purpling. 2 A possible mag def. 3. Genetics. Dissolving a tablespoon of non scented epsom salt in a gallon of water and lightly spraying your leaves just before lights out will answer that question for you. Keep us posted!
 
Cowabunga1998

Cowabunga1998

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Several reasons this could be happening. One is a temp diff of 15 degrees or more will cause stem purpling. 2 A possible mag def. 3. Genetics. Dissolving a tablespoon of non scented epsom salt in a gallon of water and lightly spraying your leaves just before lights out will answer that question for you. Keep us posted!
What will the rosin spray answer?
 
growsince79

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P-K and mag. just overall hungry is my guess. Increase feed a bit.
 
Cowabunga1998

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I would agree with the Epsom as I would be more concerned with the Mg def I see in at least one plant then the purple stem. Maybe you should include media and nutes you use.
Sorry, Mother Earth coco 70/30 , rocking w Athena blended nutrients, Trying to follow chart a bit a feed similar EC but got the slightest tip burn. From looks of it grow a & b doesn’t have much of any p-k
 
Mrb53

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you need to define the environment to get a better diagnosis. Temps (day -night), humidity (same), strain, floor (under the tent - is it cement, etc. - where is tent located), what you are feeding them and lastly the light (spectrum / distance, strength)
It will not hurt to spray with the epson salt mixture - 1 tsd per gal water, only at lights off or first thing lights on...If it is a mag issue, this will help in just a cpl days
Some strains, when the temps swing or are colder, will result in red / purple stems, leaves
Light too close can do this
Plants overall look very nice, do not overthink this...purple does not hurt
look at my GDP - a natural strain with heavy purple colors
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