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  • Mdotbean19
    started a topic Plants sick

    Plants sick

    I’ve been on the symptom checker going back and forth so just decided I’ll try to seek help here. This happened after I accidentally allowed tempatures to soar to 90+ after that it’s been about two weeks ago I’ve changed my bulb to MH and they’ve been on a 24hr light cycle with a portable A/C unit. I’m not sure if I’m watering too frequently which I was watering every day. And up until about a week ago I was chemically feeding them with PPM range of 300-500ish I believe. Is it best to just stay with 2-3 days water cycle also I’ve stop adding chemicals to my water.
    Leaves after the one day heat stress that haven’t recovered. Am I over watering?

  • D.A.A.S.69
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    Hey Mdotbean19, yes you can run your MH, 24hours a day, during veg. if you want to,
    Good Luck with your grow.

  • Mdotbean19
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    I’ve read that in vegetation stage 24hr light cycle was ok?

  • Mdotbean19
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    I went a purchased a cool mist humidifier. My humidity levels are at 45% now. I read that in the vegetation stage I could 24hrs light cycle with MH

  • Canuck147
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    KingKush knows - your plants need a little dark time.

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  • Chefbjy
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    During the vegetative stage, if humidity drops below 40%, especially anywhere below 25%, it can cause problems that look like nutrient deficiencies or light/heat stress!

  • Chefbjy
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    I wouldn't cut any till you know the problem has stopped spreading to other leaves.

  • Mdotbean19
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    I watered this particular plant after I posted and it came back to life I guess I didn’t have enough soil in the pot. Yesterterday around the time of the picture the temp was 81 degrees with 27% humidity. Do I clip the yellow leaves as I read they most likely are damaged and won’t come back?

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  • oldjarhead100
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    Well its true I read posts sometimes just to see what people are doing and how they are doing it lol ,and the tangents are fantastic .
    If you want help this is the best place to be

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  • KingKush
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    @oldjarhead100
    Awesome comment, I think I'm one of those 20 that should always be ignored lol!

  • KingKush
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    Well sometimes less is more. Try to mimic nature more because you are growing a weed and she's done fine for thousands of years without our input. You have good soil and the plant is still alive so try to let her dry out some and turn the lights off at night. She will recover if you set a timer on your lights (20hours on/ 4 hours off) and leave her alone for a week.

    I love what I read above about 20 different responses (@oldjarhead100) and how you should ignore some. Very truthful!

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  • Dutchman1
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    Lots of good info here.
    http://www.growweedeasy.com

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  • Chefbjy
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    Humidity looks low in the pic with the hygrometer. That can cause some problems.

  • BlueBudz
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    Does that say 83° & 2_% RH?

  • Potted
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    Looks to me like overwatering,not so much from to much water but from to many times in to short a period. Let them dry out completely and just water when pot is lite very lite.
    Thay look like there drowning,not getting enough oxygen,when soil is always wet 02 can’t get to the roots to breath.
    any way that’s my slant on your problem. Lots of luck
    Last edited by Potted; 03-15-2018, 08:23 PM.

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