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    Raspberry cough-yellow leafs

    getting some yellowing on my raspberry cough plants while my blue mystic and white widow have small amounts of yellow on bottom but are doing fine.
    plant in front smallest raspberry plant on left bigger raspberry plant on right white widow.back plants blue mystic big raspberry little raspberry

    #2
    Have you checked your run off Ph to see what your root zone is at. That’d be my first move if you are using nutrients. It looks like you’re in soil but could be coco. If that’s the case you should be Between 6 and 7 but seems like 6.3-6.7ish is a bit more ideal.
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    48”x48”x80” flower/main tent
    600w mh/hps
    32”x32”x63” veg tent
    viparspectra PAR 450 led
    FFOF soil, Fox farms nutes, raw silica
    5 gallon Smart Pots
    Current grow Aurora Indica, Girl Scout Cookies, Wonder Woman (all Nirvana)

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    • pjhelferich
      pjhelferich commented
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      runoff ph is running 6.5 - 6.7 . and using other tomato nutes . fortify plus has nitrogen,cal,mag and iron . bloom fertilizer has nitrogen,phosphate and potash give them 5 ml per gallon of each . the ones with top view are the raspberry cough.does the raspberry need something special ?

    • Locrian99
      Locrian99 commented
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      Hmm. Well the ph sounds good, they almost appear to be clawing to me. I’m fairly new myself so hopefully someone more experienced will chime in but could possibly nitrogen toxicity with the clawing of the leaves. I’m just poking around the page and judging by the pics.

    #3
    Looks like nitrogen and/or cal mag deficiency but what locrian99 said check your ph first, what nutes are you using and how much of it

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      #4
      the ony plants that are having problems are the raspberry cough all other plants are doing great.been in flower for 10 days

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        #5
        One could be having a ph problem while the others are not or it could be more sensitive to the nutes you are using. Again I’d check the ph. Then go from there.
        48”x48”x80” flower/main tent
        600w mh/hps
        32”x32”x63” veg tent
        viparspectra PAR 450 led
        FFOF soil, Fox farms nutes, raw silica
        5 gallon Smart Pots
        Current grow Aurora Indica, Girl Scout Cookies, Wonder Woman (all Nirvana)

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          #6
          Just noticed that fan you got blowing directly on it, I have the same style fan and it will give your plants wind burn which gives it that claw effect too, I think if if it was toxicity there would be burnt tips with a dark green color, you might want to try one of those mini clip fans and don't put the wind directly on it you just want the fan to cycle the heat and air around not to blow directly on it just a tip I learned the hard way.

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