Wonky leaves, PH? Deficiency? Environment? Please help!

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Ganjaface

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I do not see any critters. I do see that the leaves are beginning to produce trichs from stress.
How often and how much do you water?
Okay thanks I didn't know the underside of leaves could produce trichrome bulbs. I see no stalk to them so I thought those were all eggs.

They are 5 gallon pots, so I was watering 1.5 gallons every 2-3 days and would get decent runoff. Things are screwed up now after flushing some pots stayed damp for a while
 
Ganjaface

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When you flushed, you washed out all the food and stuff that makes it.
You need to recharge the soil.

1. Recharge; www.realgrowers.com
2. https://southernag.com/residential-products/garden-friendly-fungcde-12x1-pt/

Use both of these to get your soil working again.
After flushing I fed back at half strength nutes.
But for sure I saw the recharge mentioned earlier in combo with ffof and I may honestly try that next run. Super sad to see this one spin out of control the way it has, and still be uncertain of the actual root cause.
 
ComfortablyNumb

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After flushing I fed back at half strength nutes.
But for sure I saw the recharge mentioned earlier in combo with ffof and I may honestly try that next run. Super sad to see this one spin out of control the way it has, and still be uncertain of the actual root cause.
The cause is likely overfeeding. I see it often in soil that is using liquid nutes.
 
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Growing is slowly being legalized around the world and especially in America. The sheer number of new growers is amazing.
What you are experiencing is my biggest complaint about mixing soil and other nutes. The more people growing, the more this comes up.
I discourage it unless you know what you're doing, its too easy to mess up.
And there is almost no way to stem the tide of new growers sold a package just to make money.
 
Ganjaface

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Growing is slowly being legalized around the world and especially in America. The sheer number of new growers is amazing.
What you are experiencing is my biggest complaint about mixing soil and other nutes. The more people growing, the more this comes up.
I discourage it unless you know what you're doing, its too easy to mess up.
And there is almost no way to stem the tide of new growers sold a package just to make money.
Yes the more growers the more errors that can be made. The same could be said about musicians or anything in the world. The more people learning to do it, the more mistakes will be made.

Ive had many successful cycles in my room with the nutrients I'm using. Yes nutrient companies want to make money of course.

Any constructive input here is greatly welcomed and appreciate...

I'm sure every grower ever has had a crop that's taken a hit, it's part of the learning experience. I love cannabis and growing it so I'm not ashamed of fucking up and asking for help.
 
Masterbling

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I know it's been a while but have you ever figured this out? Running through similar issues.
 
ComfortablyNumb

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A combination of both and other factors.

When you overfeed, it builds up and clogs the roots. It has to be removed or it chokes the plant to death.
When you water too much it can do the same thing in a different way, but both can be fatal to the plant.
 
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