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GreenJesus

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  1. hi ! i flushed them with regular tap water and apparently the nute burn stopped, they grew very vigorously for a while up to the 5th node. the plant still looks very healthy and is growing nonstop, but i have noticed a stripe effect between the veins. i feel as if it is bleaching due to magnesium but i dont know how since my compost seems full of nutes. there are pics so id appreciate the advice. i recently started ph'ing my water to 6.0 instead of the regular tap water at 7.5. plant age is 25 days from germination PICS:
  2. this is the soil i am using. also i would love any advice on how to have the seedling survive while in the same conditions, as repotting I'm afraid would kill a big portion of roots.
  3. Hi, thanks for the answers. it actually clarified a good bit. its in a 5 gal pot so I'm not sure how i could transplant it, as the roots are just growing freely. As for the john innes formula, it is a compost that came as is, i am not adding any extra nutes, and the compost was stated for tomato growing. it does feel a little heavy, as water doesn't drain quickly. as for the plant itself' what can i do at this point to help it recover without changing pots. i don't know how flushing would be, its a ten day old plant so i fear drowning it. by the rate of leaf burn, do think my plant could survive if kept in the same medium? is there a way to delay the burn until the plant grows strong enough? below is the picture of the current compost i am using. Thank You, GreenJesus
  4. hi, 300 watt led 12 inches away from seedlings sprouted in a 5 gal pot. seedling is ten days old and is in Levington multi purpose compost with added john innes. was thinking light burn or nute burn, your thoughts?
  5. Should I shock one of my small plants just to see what happens? XDD call it Voltage kush
  6. And this is just a snap of the current afghani hashish we have here (I did the stamp btw) :
  7. hahaha i forgot about this thread, well damn Hempy you wrote a whole lot about piss XD......Anyways: UPDATE: Week three of flowering, plants look great. I flushed the hell out of my soil, then made a strong tea of the fertiliser i had before(12-12-17). Used the ferts on my plants, I got a little nute burn but it was necessary, as the deficiency has stopped!!! Lower leaves stopped dying out, stopped getting yellow and crispy, and the plant is producing buds quickly...... I will use a mild fertiliser tea next week to lessen the nute burn.....Getting pics for ya soon enough!
  8. Hello, I ran into a few articles online regarding how electric shocks have been tested on plants. It has been tested and has proven to stimulate extra growth....I was wondering if there is an unusual grower that has tested this theory on Cannabis GreenJesus
  9. I did some research....what REALLY looks like my deficiency is Potassium...burns that look like nute burn....curling upwards....yellowing and shrivelling up....weak stems and red petioles....exactly what i have....i guess i could flush the soil today and use the fertilizer i currently have... 12-12-17 since the 17 represents potassium i guess it is a good match...and they say calcium could inhibit potassium absorbtion so i wont take any risks with that....also they say heavily filtered water could be bad for potassium use, and i have been using mineral water for like the past 2 months so maybe that is why.... Thoughts? Thanks <3 I did some research....what REALLY looks like my deficiency is Potassium...burns that look like nute burn....curling upwards....yellowing and shrivelling up....weak stems and red petioles....exactly what i have....i guess i could flush the soil today and use the fertilizer i currently have... 12-12-17 since the 17 represents potassium i guess it is a good match...and they say calcium could inhibit potassium absorbtion so i wont take any risks with that....also they say heavily filtered water could be bad for potassium use, and i have been using mineral water for like the past 2 months so maybe that is why.... Thoughts? Thanks <3
  10. UPDATE: I have been using normal tap water for the past two weeks to see if the plant would get better.....Well, it didn't. The yellowing and Burned(Brown) parts of the fan leaves have been getting worse and VERY quickly too... A few bottom leaves fell from each plant. The leaves become Extremely Yellow and the brown areas become spread from the tip of the plant all the way to the end, then it dies off. I'm thinking of maybe getting Epsom salts from a pharmacy or something. I do not think it is Nitrogen deficiency as I mixed 1/10 parts of Urine into a watering session. I know that a nitrogen deficiency won't be resolved just two days after I use urine, but the shrivelling and dying of the leaves should at least STOP, well it didn't. What do you guys think? what type of deficiency could it be? and its nothing with roots, as I took out the rootball of the smallest weakest plant and it seems the rootball is perfectly fine, not soggy, not brown, and does not have pests. Thoughts on my next move? Thank you
  11. Alright thanks Balza, and I kept the cfls a bit farther to induce stretching, since it is way too bushy and leaves are getting packed. Where i live there is no nutrients that are known or trustable, AND IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND cannabis specialised stuff. I guess i won't feed it anymore, as the nutes in the soil should sustain the plants. I will give it a few days and if the problem keeps getting worse, then i will repot, thats all. And really thanks for all your replies Balza and everyone else, I really appreciate it. <3
  12. BalzaSteel Once again, These are not Clones, I germinated the seeds myself. The strain is HAZE X. And ya I guess i will just leave them alone, as perhaps I have been over caring towards them. Thanks, GreenJesus
  13. Im %100 sure it is not light Burn or heat stress. I will wait a few days until the soil dries out then will replant it into perhaps a 5 gallon pot. But IS IT OKAY to transplant in flowering? it is 4 days into flowering.
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