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by newling about September 20, 2019 - report

these are my mobydick sour diesel and super green skunk plants 

mobydick 25 days into flower

sourdiesel 6 days into flower 

super green skunk 4 days into flower

wen i gave them nutrients for flower stage  they first built buds very fast and 3 days later the leaves started dropping what should i do did i givce them to much nutrients ?

heres a link to the fertzilizer https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B07QB2NZB4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    Nagrilville 702 points - September 20, 2019

    I am guessing to much water. How often do you warter? If the dirt never dries out between watering the roots die and can not take up water or nutes. The pedistals go purple and the leafs go yellow. The main root takes up water and the root hairs take up the nutes. Even if you  use a massive amount of perlite, you still need to the roots go though the dry cycle. I used to think the roots could stay wet all the time as long as they had oxygen they would be ok but this is no true. Weed liks dirt not marsh land. Enjoy your buds !

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    Dizzajay 609 points - September 20, 2019

    More details newling.this will help the guys give you better answers.i would like to agree with Nagril.but upon closer inspection.looks like your soil isn't very wet.but who knows maybe under that top layer it's full of moisture.more details will get you more answers and suggestions....happy growing
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    hipoldman 10.197 points - September 20, 2019

    Wow, those nutes are realy strange to me! So never have used them, the only thing I can think of is the nutes ware too strong! I would try the nutes at a 25-30% strength. BUT more info would help.

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    harley24 19.747 points - September 20, 2019

    I don't think this has anything to do with your nutrients. I think you are either under or over watering. When i say watering i mean both plain water and nutrients. You should feed/water when the soil is dried out about 2 inches below the surface. You can stick your finger into the soil up to the second knuckle to see if it is moist or dry. Another thing is your drainage. Do you water/feed until you have runoff? You need to have good drainage or you will drown the roots which feed the plant. Check these two things and see if one of these things is the issue. Usually when the leaves droop the plant is either over or under watered, or there is a root issue. Please let us know what you find.  Peace

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    thisisme 4.149 points - September 21, 2019

    Not sure but the soil looks dry and sparse. Did you by chance reuse old soil?   Also where at the side branches to the plant in the second pic?

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    justme 5.724 points - September 21, 2019

    Not exactly sure what caused your problem but if you will wait on them to dry out good and then water with 1 tsp of Recharge per gallon of water, the mycorrhizae and beneficial bacteria will get the plant’s roots back in shape. I think it is a root problem myself. When you feel like they need watering/feeding, I would wait another day longer. It is always easier to recover a plant from under watering than it is to nurse a plant back to health that has been overwatered and has began to get root rot. Good luck and happy growing my friend! Btw, nice colas!
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