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Summer 2021 Start June 1

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I actually gave them a few more weeks, I unplugged the lights on Aug 15.

They're looking pretty healthy, been having cool weather and cold nights, got heat wave next week.

That should be good for flower.

 

 

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This is the only box that has 4 plants in it.

They get a look like they're taking over the place!

It will be good to see if the boxes with 3 do as well or better in the long run.

Air space gets to be a premium.

 

 

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Going along, looking pretty good a few plants have nutrition problem leaves as far as coloring but only down low on the plant, the top is looking green.

Starting to see flowering getting going. Hope they stop growing now.

 

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This is one of the plants with a little burn maybe, you have to scroll up or down the see the fire leaves.

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Be nice if I could recognize what the colors mean in a plant. 

 

 

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That isn't nute burn, it's a potassium (K) issue.

Could be from a deficiency or could be blocked by high calcium (Ca) levels.

A few years ago, someone (Mulder, I guess) came up with this diagram to show the kinds of nutrient interactions plants deal with. You can really see how a Ca-hog plant like cannabis can cause problems.

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Mulders-chart-shows-some-of-the-interactions-between-plant-nutrients-Interaction-A_fig2_269070969

Edit: Wait, I am seeing a little nute burn on some leaves. But still, those symptoms toward the bottom of the plant look like K.

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noticed something else

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Thanks, hard to know what's gong on in the beds.

I had some color things earlier but they all look the same to me.

So I just started adding a general organics feeding for a few weeks, plus I've put a lot of other stuff on there but it wasn't right, needed more.

I have friends with worse problems. My beds were built right so I have to learn how to replenish the soil in the off season better.

They built their beds a few years ago (no layers) and now they're having problems. Short of buying all new dirt, I don't know.

I guess you can try and back into a no till grow by adding another board and another layer to the bed etc.

 

Anyway things coming along bit by bit.

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8 hours ago, Misterdirt said:

That isn't nute burn, it's a potassium (K) issue.

Could be from a deficiency or could be blocked by high calcium (Ca) levels.

A few years ago, someone (Mulder, I guess) came up with this diagram to show the kinds of nutrient interactions plants deal with. You can really see how a Ca-hog plant like cannabis can cause problems.

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Mulders-chart-shows-some-of-the-interactions-between-plant-nutrients-Interaction-A_fig2_269070969

Edit: Wait, I am seeing a little nute burn on some leaves. But still, those symptoms toward the bottom of the plant look like K.

I thought the same thing, but his grow is very luch with nitrogen, so thinking nute burn.

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