2 yellow spots - day 1 transition

Hi everyone - I noticed two yellow spots, one on each of the two large outside fan leaves. The leaves just barely touch the Grobo. Any thoughts? Much appreciated!

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Just means ec is too high, add some ro ph’d water at 6.1-6.2 and she’ll clear up in a day or two :+1::v:

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@Osage,

I know you are the ((#Brains of the GrowFam)) :brain: ((#SomeoneHasToBe)): :wink::sparkling_heart: (WinkWithLove) (What is up with the black specks I see in the end-tips of these leave?): (Are they there because of the Breed :dna: or are they part of the diagnoses [ec too high]?): :arrow_up_down:

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Although it is not advised, There are Fellow Growers that are doing this and can advise us all how to dose properly: When I (Extended Flower, I think it [AutoFlushed] on its own, not recognizing my Extention): If I could Manually dose myself then it would have been feed longer:

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Is that u asking me a question silver? Or is that just over my head​:joy::joy:medicated now so need clarification :man_dancing::man_dancing::joy:

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Ok, when ec is too high salts are too high which in turn effects the plant in a myriad ways given environmental factors :+1::v:

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@Stephen will correct me if I’m wrong :+1::v:But I’m right :kissing_heart::joy::joy:

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I hope that your plant isn’t going into transition that small. If so you need that back in veg for sure👍

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Thank you @Russel_Richardson - should I just put it back now? Any reason its on the smaller side?

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Thank you! @Osage

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I would put it back asap yes. And could be a number of things, genetics, temperature/environment. I’m on my third grow now and I extended almost 4 weeks. I also did topping but it needed the extra time regardless. A plant that small going into transition won’t likely yield a whole lot come maturation

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I can’t see why it would be thaaaat small though. Maybe send in a ticket and see if they can get to the bottom of that because that to me is just barely past a sprout

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My plant was small and I went back to early vegetation and extended for two weeks. My EC pen wasn’t reading correctly.

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Well then that’s probably it @AtomicSebastian. Someone was bound to have the same problem. What kind of water are you using there @GreenBean2019.

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@Stephen should be able to help you but I’m sure he’ll suggest to send a ticket so they can get a proper reading on your data, but you will be reverting back to veg. Early or late he’ll tell you

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I appreciate the feedback. I am using Distilled water.

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@Stephen - any ideas or suggestions for me? My bottle 5 nutrient also doesn’t look like its been touched. Not sure if that makes a difference?

It would make a difference, as that is your cal/mag bottle, which makes sense as you have brown spots ie calmag deficiency. Also if your ph is under 6.1-6.2 then your plant can’t uptake the mag it needs. Did you ever calibrate your unit’s ph and ec meters??? That’s more than likely the source of the issue :+1::v:

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Thank you @Osage - now that you mention it, I don’t recall calibrating them. Can this still be down, mid-grow?

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In a previous post, someone recommended I manually add a specific amount of bottle 5 to the new fill water. Any thoughts on this?

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Yes if I’m not mistaken I did it mid grow during the beta testing :thinking::thinking:
Don’t add anything nute wise until you have a proper calibration though :+1:

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