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#26 Budly

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Posted 17 November 2009 - 02:14 PM

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#27 jangel

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Posted 17 November 2009 - 02:20 PM

Okay, Col, let us start at the top and go through this all again. Copy and paste this form into a new response reply and fill in the blanks, then we can go through all of this again.

How to Get Help with your Plants the easy way!

We can help you find the answers to your questions easier and the


RIGHT answer if you will do this:

When asking a question state the

grow type.....and answer these questions:

1. Soil or Hydro ???

Hydro

~ state what System

type of Water used ~THIS IS IMPORTANT!

~For Both types of grows

~ House water ~ Reverse Osmosis ~ or Distilled

PH & PPM’S, and water Temps (especailly important in Hydro)

Soil grows

~ state what soil is used and additives to the soil

2.Temps & Humidity

3. Lights ~ HID (MH or HPS) or cfl’s or T-5’s etc.

4. Ventilation System {fresh air}{CO2}

5. Nutrients used ~ Brands and amount used.

6. Indoor or Outdoor Grow

7. Pixs ~ if you can post they always help us see what it is,

*****(Good link to help you post pics~
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8. Strain if they know~ Indica ~ Sativa ~ Bagseed???


9. How old the plant is.

10. Seed or Clone? Sexed? Feminized?
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Posted 19 November 2009 - 03:15 AM

Okay, Col, let us start at the top and go through this all again. Copy and paste this form into a new response reply and fill in the blanks, then we can go through all of this again.

How to Get Help with your Plants the easy way!

We can help you find the answers to your questions easier and the


RIGHT answer if you will do this:

When asking a question state the

grow type.....and answer these questions:

1. Soil or Hydro ???

Hydro

~ state what System

type of Water used ~THIS IS IMPORTANT!

~For Both types of grows

~ House water ~ Reverse Osmosis ~ or Distilled

PH & PPMS, and water Temps (especailly important in Hydro)

Soil grows

~ state what soil is used and additives to the soil

2.Temps & Humidity

3. Lights ~ HID (MH or HPS) or cfls or T-5s etc.

4. Ventilation System {fresh air}{CO2}

5. Nutrients used ~ Brands and amount used.

6. Indoor or Outdoor Grow

7. Pixs ~ if you can post they always help us see what it is,

*****(Good link to help you post pics~
Resizing your photos with power toys)


Resizing Your Photos with PowerToys.. ******


8. Strain if they know~ Indica ~ Sativa ~ Bagseed???


9. How old the plant is.

10. Seed or Clone? Sexed? Feminized?



JAngel, thanks for getting back to me, I totally agree. What im going to do is go back through all of my old notes ive kept, plus I finally got a battery for my camera, so ill have better pics, and pics of the entire grow are w/o getting f-%$#@$ up pics. Unfortunatly, with adding some mag/cal supplement (Botanicare) and spraying with seranade have not solved the problem!!!!!!!!:)

The plants are still growing, buds getting bigger, but slowly. Its very early am where im at and I cant get pics now, because the girls are asleep, but ill be back with all of the info, and hopefully someone out there could help.

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Posted 19 November 2009 - 03:49 AM

I beleive that anothertime is right. i have problems with mag/cal all the time becuase I use RO water, and it has none in it. Here is what I found.

Magnesium

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A magnesium deficient plant is identified by intervenial chlorosis, necrosis, and eventually a lockout of plant nutrients. The problems starts at the bottom of the plants and works its way up.
Chlorophyll has the same structure as Hemoglobin, except that it has a magnesium atom in place of the Iron atom. Chlorophyll is how plants make sugars to feed the process of building ATP through the Krebs cycle.
Treating with an Epsom salts mix will clear this right up.


:Let me know what you are feeding your plants, what kind of water you are using. House, Reverse osmosis or distilled and that should tell us, as well what is the ph of your water if you are using house water? That too can lockout nutes. If you have epsom salts mix up a teaspoon per liter of water and foliar spray the plants for a fast fix then try and correct the problem on a larger scale. Check your tap water ph, if using filter or distilled water get some mag/cal and use it every watering. That is what I do and one little jug, I think it was 18 bucks, will last quite a while. You can also add epsom salts to the watering water as well. For watering, 1 teaspoon per gallon.

Peace


After looking at some more info on the internet, the closest pictures ive found are of these and a couple on another page I saw. Mag defenciency.

Now, if the soil is locked up, do I need to just feed this mag/cal supplement, or do I need to flush first?

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Posted 19 November 2009 - 08:08 AM

First off, what kind of water are you using? Please try and answer all of the questions in the form above. The more I know, the better I can help you. IF you are experiancing a lockout, say, due to ph being out of wack, then a lot of different difficiancies will show up and be very hard to pinpoint. This is why I need you to answer as many questions as you can in the above list. Just cut and paste it into a new post, and answer as many as you can, then we can go from there.




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