Hey so these plants are Tangie and Zkittles from nirvana 2 and 2 .... they were looking great up until about a week and a half ago they started yellowing slightly so I gave them a good dose of veg nutrients mixed with a little bloom nutrients.... that seemed like it didn’t really help so the next watering I went ahead and hit them on a mycochum watering thinking maybe needed to boost the Mycos and that didn’t seem to help any either.... so this last watering I gave them bloom nutrients thinking maybe they needed a boost of phosphorus.... and as you can see that didn’t help any either.... each watering I have been adding calmag as well.... bloom nutrients using floranova bloom and FF solubles trio as the boosters I’m on the beastie blooms right now.... ffof soil temperatures have been 68-79 degrees..... just wondering what you guys think at this point what should I do to turn these plants around? Oh ya and right at 1 month since flip
looks like a lot of nice bud sites there..those yellow leafs wont turn back to green no matter that ya toss at em...but ya have to watch the new growth to see if it gets green back there..you tossed several things at the issue kinda close to together so if one of those things helped ya you prolly wont know what one helped..lol..just keep ur eye on the new growth now..GL
I know it's hard cause I been there not to freak out you want to help her out no matter what but in soil you have to be patient se it takes time to see results. I use the same soil and when I flip I give them a heavy does of cal mag and potassium to help them convert to flower it looks like they just got hungry. Your new growth should be green and keep in mind you still have a stretch coming and you will probably trim most of those yellow leaves away so dont worry and dont add anymore stuff yet I didnt see any cal-mag in your list but probably would have only given them that. You don't want nutrient lick out so water only next drink IMO and next grow you will be able to catch the symptoms earlier until eventually no symptoms I'm still trying to get there we learn.
I am still getting used to the new portal and didnt realize the post was yours, anywho I like to give them easy weed and early bloom the easy weed is a powder very high in K the transition is hard to dial in on a new strain second round you'll nail it. Always beware if the lick out haha
Sweet thanks Hulk!! Ya I start mine off with open seasame from FF same thing it’s a dry nutrient... I’ll have to look into them easy weed and early bloom! But ya the new portal is definitely a lot different it’s taking me awhile to get used to it .... seemed I was just getting used to the last version then bam all new one!!
I agree with Chas...Soil grow? nothing happens instantaneously in soil! even problems show up late. What I mean is when you see a problem its been there for a week or so already. And will take about that long to straighten out.
Sub, you might have hit the nail on the head bruh !!! Tomw, if you've given these plants everything you said you've given them, and you still have yellowing, step back and think a little about why. It more likely your PH is off, and I'm gunna say it's off high 7.5 and above. I've seen this before . Good luck Happy growin
You have some good answers here and yes its harder for roots to take in nutrients in soil where they have to hunt from it they say that is the primary reason soil grows have more smell than hydro, the search for food causes some stress.
Check your PH, add some cal/mag, they need a lot in flower and watch the new growth. I think soil takes more patience than hydro.
I think they meant to say the dreaded lock out where your PH is in the wrong area so it locks the plant out from being able to uptake nutrients properly.... right? Or at all if locked out or sometimes you can have to much of one nutrient causing lockout for a different nutrient that’s needed
Symptoms. Sulfur deficiency results in a uniform pale green chlorosis throughout the plant. Veins do not retain a green colour, and in many cases, they may be even paler than the interveinal tissue. In cultivars in which young leaves are normally green