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    spotsss :(

    Hello people, i am first time grower and i have a problem on start.
    4 th week flowering phase an i have strong yelow spots on leaves on about 1/4 plants and they are taking over. i canot diagnose what is the problem so i need someone who knows what he is doing and give me some advise hov to battle this. Thank you for your help

    #2
    You over fertilized with nitrogen looks to me. My 2 cent diagnosis
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    Soil grower with coco/perlite mixed in
    indoor/outdoor grower
    1 4x4x8 tent -veg.& flower - 2 450 viparspectar
    1 3x3x6 tent- seedlings veg t-5, CFL 54watt w/reflector- viparspectar 450 veg. light only

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      #3
      I agree with bud gal.
      High levels of nitrogen

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        #4
        Hey Proton89 Here's a link. Bookmark it. Use it. Love it.

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        3'x3'x6' veg and flowering tent
        Sunshine
        HLG 360 Elite QB
        5 Black Domino Solo 7/15
        1 Great White Shark Solo 7/15
        Fox Farm Trio nutes
        FF Grow Big foliar spray
        Root Excelurator Gold
        Kellogg Garden Potting soil 60%
        Perlite 40%
        Diatomaceous earth
        Venus flytrap

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          #5
          Flush with a few gal. of phed water, last gal. with reg. strength cal-mag and 1/3 strength nutes. Let dry completely before watering again. Also you gotta tell us what you're growing in, nutes, in or outdoor, do you ph your water? what kinda light, temp?

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            #6
            Thank you 🧐 by the way i have 600w hps and this is 10wk amnesia... Thank you all once more i will do that and submit result... 🤓

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