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    COCO COIR Yellowing leaves help

    Hello everyone. I just joined this group and am excited to get some good tips on my grows. I am currently growing three gilatos and three night nurses. The gilatos are in the front. I am using coconut coir from bush doctor and gaia green for nutrients. They are under a electric sky 300. The gelato on the far right is showing some discoloration on the leaves. I have found no bugs and am wondering if anyone can help me identify what is going on and how to address this issue. Thank you for any help

    #2
    Looks like insect damage.

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    #3
    Looks like where you may have dropped water on the leaves?

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      #4
      Interesting toppings in those pots what is it? Are you feeding them?
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      • Yettie
        Yettie commented
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        Its sand. I had some fungus nats in my last grow. I am trying to prevent them from coming back. I thought i might have insect damage but i havent been able to find any and none of the other plants seem to be affected. I am at a loss of whats going on with that one gelato

      • Yettie
        Yettie commented
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        I forgot to mention. I am feeding them gaia green 4-4-4 and 2-8-4

      • uglygangaguy
        uglygangaguy commented
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        Fungus knats are attracted to…….fungus! Where does fungus proliferate……..dampness, water. Check your humidity in and around your grow and get it to 50 % and don’t overwater your plants, they will tell you when they need it. You should see a reduction in the knats. You can also make knat traps or use sticky boards. ✌️

      #5
      Kinda looks like TMV.

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      • Yettie
        Yettie commented
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        I read up on that and it said it would effect the growth but this one is growing faster than any of the other ones. Im at a loss

      #6
      Ok found this little blood sucker any idea what it is and what is the best way to treat
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        #7
        Just wanted to say thank you all for your comments. I appreciate it

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          #8
          Click image for larger version  Name:	20211014_013918[2337].jpg Views:	0 Size:	1.67 MB ID:	542410 I have used this stuff in veg stage. Had a wave of army worms come through while I had 2 week old plants outside and they stripped half the leaves off one plant. Took them inside but found several half eaten leaves on 2 other plants a couple days later. There were some tiny worms in the soil and this took care of the little monsters.
          These things strip large elderberry plants in no time, many different plants on my property stripped of leaves this year.
          they had it at lowes, it works on many small pests.
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          • Yettie
            Yettie commented
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            Yes i just got some the other day. Thanks

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