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    Cause for concern??

    Just moved these outside. Ones an AK47 and one is Glueberry. There planted in a peat based medium (peat, perlite, Dolomite lime, worm castings, composed and hummus). There is a layer of subcools original super soil below and just above that a layer of 50/50 potting soil and super soil. There in 10g fabric pots and I water about every 3 days. Have been using regular dechlorinated water supplemented with worm castings tea (weak solution roughly 1 cup of casting to 5g of water air rated for 24 hours) every second watering. Been doing that since seedlings and then have been in the 10g pots now for 3 weeks. Just getting them moved outside now. Been sunny, windy and in the mid 20C range. Started in shade now in full sun. I am getting a few leaves with burns on them. I think
    it maybe light burn but want to see what others think and weather they think it’s nute burn. Happened quite quick basically when I moved to full sun so thinking just a little light stress. I have a CBD strain and blue dream that don’t have this issue. Same watering schedule, same soil and same light but wondering if there more hardy. What’s everyone’s thoughts?
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    #2
    Probably just wind burn, if there's no bugs. It's windy where I live mine will look like that. Can't ever be too concerned over a leaf or a few that get damaged while growing outdoors. Looks good bud I'd check for thrips, just to be safe, but again probably just due to environment. I like dr. Bonner's mint soap as a bug repellent I'll use it on my outdoor plants every 3 to 4 days during veg.

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    • Izzie1701
      Izzie1701 commented
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      Thanks GroBuddy what concentration do you mix at. I’ve been using pyrethrums when required but always reactive not proactive. Going to try this soap out.

    #3
    Yes it may of been too intense of sun although you tried to shade them, i have a similar leaf distress on my girls i'm transitioning out and back inside. It's not even that hot yet but the sun is so much stronger than you realize and it's easy to burn or get heat stress. I get too excited and think they are ready to handle it as they love being outdoors but too early an they haven't got their UV protection strength yet that's my way of saying sun poisoning too much too soon.
    Smoke Ganja create Peace Respect Nature don't trash the Planet

    Soil grower with coco/perlite mixed in
    indoor/outdoor grower
    1 36"x36"x66" tent- Viparspectra P2500
    1 3x3x6 tent- used in late spring for seedlings both veggies & weed. I have 2 viparspectar 450r for that tent.
    I use a t-5 & 54watt CFL for seedlings
    Sometimes i use plastic sometimes i use fabric grow containers
    Currently using fish/guano during veg growth & FF Grow Big 6-4-4 teens to bloom. Once i see pre-flower i switch to
    Age Old Organics Bloom 5-10-5

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    • Izzie1701
      Izzie1701 commented
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      Thanks SoOrbudgal I think that’s likely my case. Shade for a few days then to sun thin king they were ready and yesterday got really hot. Well for May. Going to shade them today and tomorrow them slowly move to sun. Hopefully that fixes the problem. Bleached a few pepper leaves yesterday too so all makes sense.

      Can I ask what strain is in your profile pic? Love the colors on it.

    #4
    As mentioned I live in southern new mexico, desert climate it has been hot here already been at 102° for several days. These autoflowers went out direct full sun at 3 weeks.
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    • Izzie1701
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      Mine do look very similar. Second grow and had some lack of nutrient problems first grow so worried I’m over or under doing it. I live in Saskatchewan so flat and windy. It’s a surprise to have a day with no wind. Flat as Kansas at the very north end of tornado ally. We are not very hot yet hottest would be around 80 so no where near there but have had some good winds. Getting the plants used to that is harder then the heat here. Would say our average wind is 30-35mph. Going to guess that’s forsure the issue. We were just at 25F 2 weeks ago. We have an 80F temp swing from summer to winter and it changes fast. Thanks for the advice puts a guy at ease.

    • GroBuddy
      GroBuddy commented
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      Yea same here I live in a basin, almost right where the mountain range starts. Wind whips around the mountain normally feeds into the basin. Same daily winds. We have dust storms or called black outs here. Miles wide ground to sky high. Same 30 to 35 mph winds with gusts of 60 to 65. On days like that I can watch storms form east or north east of me usually over texas. Why I have all those bamboo stakes
      Last edited by GroBuddy; 05-24-2022, 07:48 PM.

    #5
    Hello Izzie1701 this is a mutant from a strain of seeds i bought call " Tie Dye " which i'm growing again but outdoors this year. It's a polypoid 2 heads joined together i believe it's called that. You get them now and then i don't know how or why? I must say as pretty as she was the bud was low THC weird but it's not something you really want growing on the plant other than it's unique looking.
    Smoke Ganja create Peace Respect Nature don't trash the Planet

    Soil grower with coco/perlite mixed in
    indoor/outdoor grower
    1 36"x36"x66" tent- Viparspectra P2500
    1 3x3x6 tent- used in late spring for seedlings both veggies & weed. I have 2 viparspectar 450r for that tent.
    I use a t-5 & 54watt CFL for seedlings
    Sometimes i use plastic sometimes i use fabric grow containers
    Currently using fish/guano during veg growth & FF Grow Big 6-4-4 teens to bloom. Once i see pre-flower i switch to
    Age Old Organics Bloom 5-10-5

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    • GroBuddy
      GroBuddy commented
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      That's sick lol I've seen some weird mutations never that. Appreciate it

    #6
    I'm not a specialist or a fan of it, but as far as I know, the climate influences everything, so this might be the cause.

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      #7
      I'm not a specialist or a fan of it, but as far as I know, the climate influences everything, so this might be the cause. However, if you are looking for a more specific answer, you should see here all the information. On top of that, this platform is known for opening these types of subjects, and since it's a dark internet platform, you can feel free and safe to tell or ask anything without being scared or imposing any limits. I am sure you'll find out the exact cause, and it won't be something very bad.

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      • Bowhunterwoody
        Bowhunterwoody commented
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        Boy that sound legit.

      • SoOrbudgal
        SoOrbudgal commented
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        Cautious no my mutaint is not climate related

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