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    Young plant problems

    First time grower. Plants are almost 3 weeks old, seedlings are not under or over watered. Leafs are a light green, almost yellow. Dry spots. I doubt its light burn. Is it a deficiency? Bugs? Idk..please help.
    (accidentally planted 2 seeds in 1. This Is Happening on Nearly All Plants so its not just because of both in 1 cup.) How do i fix this? Click image for larger version  Name:	20170129_183639-1.jpg Views:	1 Size:	1.06 MB ID:	49675
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    Light burn?
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    Nutrient deficiency?
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    Bugs?
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    Last edited by 4Alice20; 01-30-2017, 12:54 AM.

    #2
    I think it's a combo of light burn and ph .02$

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      #3
      Your plants r probly fighting over nutrients I would plant one per container

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        #4
        are there drain holes in the bottom of the cups? wonder if the cfc's are gassing off from the cups and reacting with the nutes?

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          #5
          It's starting at the bottom so probably not light burn. No sign of bugs. Just starving to death I would say.
          Of course now we need to decide whether the nutrients aren't available to the plant or if the plant just can't process it.
          Last edited by Flockshot; 01-30-2017, 01:38 AM. Reason: Add information
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            #6
            What medium are you growing in? If a nutrient rich soil, you need no additives this early. Are you checking your pH. Should be going in between 6 and 6.5

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              #7
              Im with insomniaczzz on this one. I suspect your soil medium isnt up to snuff. Might want to transplant to larger containers and go with a quality mix. Any ph problems you might have will also improve. Recovery could be just around the corner.
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                #8
                That is a form of damping off caused by root rot. You need to increase your drainage using perlite. That should naturally fix your pH issue remove root rot and prevent insects, specifically fungus gnats in the future.

                To fix your problem currently, just water with straight 3% H2O2 and a 1/4th blend of your veg nutrients. You can find the Hydrogen Peroxide in the 1st aid isle in a store.

                Also, just pull those plants out of the pot and remove all the soil then repot them, in different pots, while doing so add more perlite to the soil mix, it will stop the phenolic exudates from killing off the 2nd plant and increase drainage.
                Last edited by Komatchi; 01-30-2017, 07:20 AM.

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                  #9
                  So hard to say from those pics . Looks like could be light burn ........whats the light ? Are you giving nutrients already ? The leaves looked a little cooked
                  2-4X4 tents, 1200 WATT LED'S in Promix Organic with worm castings , vermiculite, and bone meal with Island Nutes and 7 gal grow pots

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                    #10
                    Overwatering.

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                      #11
                      I just replanted them. Ph is fine and when i transplanted i saw that the roots were good too. Some of the leafs are already getting greener so ima wait a few days and see if anything major changes.. Probably was the growing medium it was in. Thanksweedpeople ^^

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                        #12
                        I haven't seen any dry spots on young plants.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Flockshot View Post
                          It's starting at the bottom so probably not light burn. No sign of bugs. Just starving to death I would say.
                          Of course now we need to decide whether the nutrients aren't available to the plant or if the plant just can't process it.
                          I would jump to this also if we knew the medium's contents!! It was prolly low on some particular Nutes!My Humus plants are doing the same and im overfeeding them to keep the green green and not yellow..Ofc my humus has ridiculously too much drainage and i have a 20% runoff so i water sooner than i would..

                          Good to see this is getting better,keep us posted or even create a journal so we can look at your grow at once through the whole thing instead of jumping through posts,that way it's easier for us and you to know about your plants,growing style and current grow issues
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