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  • Xconian
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    Ah gotcha that makes sense

  • SiriusFourside
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    Xconian I'm not sure if vostok and I are talking about the same thing, but I keep damaged leaves on the plant as a way to tell if problems are getting better/worse. Leaves that are already damaged tend to get it the worst, so they're a good "canary in the coal mine" so to speak.

  • vostok
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    at risk of hijacking Borjaazul's thread and suffering yet more abuse from @alltatup I decline

    but urge you to google for now

    cheers

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  • Xconian
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    I don’t know anything about that, do explain please

  • vostok
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    Originally posted by Xconian View Post
    If it were me I would get a bigger
    pot. Then after she settles in I’d trim the lower ones that are yellowing right off in case it spreads. Or you could trim
    them
    and then transplant she
    looks big and healthy so she can probably handle
    it, mine did.
    what if you ....kept the faulty leaves and used them as 'control points' like the pros do...?

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  • CaptainWiese91
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    It doesn’t help to just cut leaves of and the spread will stop. You need to find a diagnosis first or else the spread will continue

  • Borjaazul
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    Defo, I have to add a lot more perlite for now it looks like its able to live. Begginer issues... Thanks a lot!!

  • Borjaazul
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    Completely right, I will do so for the next plants. This one looks better now after a flush

  • Borjaazul
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    That is right, although the nut problem was covered, looks like it was ph problem as it was solved with a flush. Pot and drainage will be improved for sure haha. Thanks a lot!!

  • Xconian
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    If it were me I would get a bigger
    pot. Then after she settles in I’d trim the lower ones that are yellowing right off in case it spreads. Or you could trim
    them
    and then transplant she
    looks big and healthy so she can probably handle
    it, mine did.

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  • CaptainWiese91
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    12 liters it not much for 4 months old plant, in that size in week 5 of bloom.
    I’m with Vostok here. Need a pot up, not ideal in flower phase for sure. But it’s not big.
    What about the drainage in that pot? When it takes 4 days to water again, it should be drinking/eating a lot in this stage.
    And it also looks like You have nute burn when I zoom in on the whole plant, many tips are burned, not just on the main leaf.

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  • vostok
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    best solution and easiest is just pot up to the next size with fresh compost this time add 25% perlite no nutes 2-3 weeks
    or until you see upside
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  • Borjaazul
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    Updated, thank you so much for you reply

  • vostok
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    Originally posted by Borjaazul View Post
    Hello, I beg for some quick help. So the thing is I have 2 bubble gum plants at the time in 12 litre (3 gallon) pots. I am using soil and they are now 4 months old, 5 week of flower. I have been feeding Advanced nutrients BLOOM, and CalMag at the indicated dosage according to the bottles. I am using tap water dechlorinated for 24 hours and pH at 6.5. I water my plants every 4 days or so, depending on how dry the soil is. Mostly, the bottom leaves are turning yellow on the veins annd then dying not so long after. It all starts on the veins, and the some thick sports occur and the leave is gone in 2 days time. Please I need help urgently.
    something missing here can't think what it was

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Take a picture of the whole plant and give light and tent info. Just use this same thread don't begin a new one. Less confusion

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