Big problems

Discussion in 'Cannabis Pests and Problems' started by Ancient One, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. Ancient One

    Ancient One Member

    Have an outdoor grow of clones in 3 gal airpots, started as clones in beer cups June 1st. In soil matrix 1/3 peat moss, 1/3 sand, 1/3 perlite. On a system of age old grow 2x a month, organic molasses 2x a month, rotating azimax and sns 209 on like a 3-4 week cycle, currently watering about every other day, on the brink of flowering. On south side of house on east/west lie. Clones are eclectic mix of diff sativas, indicas, hybrids. Legal med grow. Local water ph 7.

    Grow has many leaves dying- yellowing, browning, drying up, crumbling to dust when crushed in hand like autumn leaf. Had thought this was extensive nute burn, from overdoing old age grow, or a bit of Epsom salts twice applied since start. Grow growth has slowed notably. New growth, though, looks mostly pretty good, if a bit light green. Dying leaves on all plants, generally spread, but somewhat middle lower plant.

    Put ferry and morse ph and nute level meter on plants tonite after humid acid/water application. Readings surprised me, ph 6.8, nute levels in the "normal" range, def not reading on the high side. Would like to recover grow.
    This is my 4th grow. First outdoor. Pictures below, thanks...
     
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    Ancient One Member

    More pics...
     
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    Ancient One Member

    Few more ......
     
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    Ancient One Member

    Last one ?
     
  6. Ancient One

    Ancient One Member

    Two things, one, I don't trust the soil meter, was told these cant give accurate readings; and two, I don't like the dead curled crumbly leaves, so I have crumbled them all off, so pictures aren't as accurate as they could be.

    Thanks very much!
     

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