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Brown Leaves

This is my first grow.  I have 2 White Widow plants that were grown from feminized seed.  They are on  week 9 of flowering.   The last time they were fed was 22 days ago. Eight days ago I noticed the fan leaves tips were turning brown and curling up on one plant.  They are getting 6.0 pH tap water.   What should I do to help this plant?  

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    • The boys have your answer !! Not feeding for 22 days is too long, unless your using organic super soil. This is a tough recovery because of the timing and flowering. happy growin. 

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      • Whats in that soil? For the leaves to burn like that and your not feeding it the roots  must have hit a pocket of Guano or Worm castings. I would cut off or trim the ugly leaves, flush and start feeding some bloom nutes, that said I am not a soil grower so I could be full of guano my self

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        • PH for soil should be about 7.0 shouldn't it

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          • soil 6.3 thru 6.8  7 is a mite high on my side of the road ...... 

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          • Definitely nute burn. Its on the tips of all of the leaves. Must be some powerful soil. Week 9 of flower? Have you started your flush yet? If not, I would. They will really start to turn brown as they use up the nutes. Good growing. 

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            • Yes.  6.0 pH water only.

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              • Raise your ph a little.  Ph range for soil is 6.3-6.8.

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                • Thanks!

                   

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                • Definitely flush. If you are in soil your ph is too low. The guys above have great advice. 

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                  • nuteburn 100%

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