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    Concerned first timer

    Hi Folks !
    My ladies are in prime ! Got a microscope to inspect the buds. Not sure if it is time to harvest.
    Secondly one of the plant which has the maximum buds started to having brown spots on leaves. Calcium dihydrate, espom salt and watering didn't help. I even flushed it outdoors thinking it is pH issue. No improvement and now concerned it may effect the produce.

    Your expertise is greatly appreciated !

    Merci !

    S
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    #2
    Hi Srini..the pics are a little blurry. kinda hard to see the trichs. How long have the plants been in flower?
    Enjoying Banana Kush x 4 by ILGM (Harvested 8.15oz)

    Grow room reno ongoing...can't grow for a few more weeks.

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    • Srini
      Srini commented
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      Hi golfnrl ! It has been around 2-3 weeks now. In my grow tent the lights are on timer (12-12). Have one White widow with the brown spotted leafs(looks really bad this morning) and one is called blue dank which has nice robust leafs and good white pistils

    #3
    It looks a little early. Click image for larger version

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    • Srini
      Srini commented
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      This is super useful. Thanks!

    #4
    I agree with above still needs a little time. The trichomes tops will start to look a little milky white then tan. Remember though if you harvest when milky your smoke will have a more uplifting affect and as they tan your smoke will have a more couch riding affect. So timing is important once you see any trichomes get milky you need to watch daily. I personally cut them as soon as I see just a couple tri turn tan because my ol lady likes the up affect.... I'm not a smoker just enjoy the challenge of growing and the byproduct saves $.. Also even more important than anything else is the actual curing process. If you don't take the time to cure properly you will lose your flavors and potency making all the work done to grow not worthless but worth less
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      #5
      This browning is happening on the leaves and are crumbling. Not sure how to intervene.
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        #6
        That looks like a calcium deficiency happening.
        Can you explain what the Calcium dihydrate is?
        The only thing I can find similar is some type of desiccant.
        Pics of the foliage from top to bottom will help with nute issues.
        WHAT???
        5x5 grow space
        900w of Vero's and F-strips
        4-17gal totes self-made UC system.

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        • Rwise
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          There fore the Annhydrous calcium Chloride simply has a higher over all amount of calcium by weight. CaCl2 which has a molecular weight of 110.98 g/mol. Allegedly this would mean it is 100% calcium chloride. ... In the real world the calcium chloride dihydrate is said to vary from 77% to 80% calcium chloride.
          It has less calcium than what we normally use.

        • Rwise
          Rwise commented
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          Calcium chloride is often added as a firming agent, which limits the tomatoes' ability to break down during cooking. ... Many crushed and diced canned tomatoes are thickened with tomato puree (tomatoes that have been cooked and strained), which changes the flavor of the sauce. Read the label.
          Another little bit

        #7
        Thanks !
        It is called calcium sulfate dihydrate. Not sure who recommended it but is seems like it doesn't work.
        I have these nutes with me. Any suggestions on which one would be appropriate for the phase in life this lady is in🥴?

        Originally posted by gbauto View Post
        That looks like a calcium deficiency happening.
        Can you explain what the Calcium dihydrate is?
        The only thing I can find similar is some type of desiccant.
        Pics of the foliage from top to bottom will help with nute issues.
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          #8
          Much appreciate your responses. Pics of the condition my plants are in. Gave them these suppliments earlier in a 7 liter can I added close to 20 ml of each ( Label on the containers suggest 4ml/liter)
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          Last edited by Srini; 06-26-2020, 12:41 PM.

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