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Can anyone point me in the right direction of what deficiency this could be, have the same issue with both of my plants, was thinking it’s calcium?
They are growing in a dual autopot system, temp is currently 27 and humidity is at 46, one week ago they were looking shit hot nice and dark green, temps did drop down to 16 with this recent cold snap, and also could Foliar feeding twice a day while I’m at home for 7 days could be overdoing it, I’ve ordered some pro cal just in case, any advice be much appreciated



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Stop spraying it, bump up airflow
Keep eye on temps


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I wouldn't normally worry about old lower leaves ,,unless it were to start creeping up to higher leaves,

But your probably starting to see the problem with using autopots ,,plants will flourish in veg but they get wet feet in flower.

Don't know if you are currently in veg or flower ,,but I'd advise to either piss the reservoirs off in flower and run it as runto waste,,
Or to controll wet and dry cycles by letting the reservoir dry up a day or two then have it on for a day ,,and keep repeating,,
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My mate has similar, last 4 were all affected so he got rid off and I gave him 4 more and then within a week there stuffed againAttached File  IMG_0471.JPG   2.17MB   26 downloadsAttached File  IMG_0468.JPG   2.75MB   26 downloadsAttached File  IMG_0457.JPG   2.07MB   26 downloads

They all look identical, last pic is some porn from mine this morning



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I’ve moved the fans closer to increase the airflow, checked on the tent this morning temp was reading 15,
I can’t do drain to waste as I work away 7/7 roster and I was recommended the autopot system by the hydro store, I gave them a flush with fresh water and let them dry out for a day and a half, it’s just not the lowest leaves that are affected, I been looking online and I’m on a autopot group on Fb people are having awesome success using autopots in the states but they use coco and a layer of clay pebbles on the bottom for aeration


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My mate has similar, last 4 were all affected so he got rid off and I gave him 4 more and then within a week there stuffed againattachicon.gifIMG_0471.JPGattachicon.gifIMG_0468.JPGattachicon.gifIMG_0457.JPG

They all look identical, last pic is some porn from mine this morning



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Nice way to make me jealous mate what strain is that?


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Nice way to make me jealous mate what strain is that?


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Ha ha yeah it’s a nice view, unknown mate I think it’s a white widow but only basing that on pictures on seed sites/and similar flower time / yields and description.


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Ha ha yeah it’s a nice view, unknown mate I think it’s a white widow but only basing that on pictures on seed sites/and similar flower time / yields and description.


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Nice hopefully one day I grow buds that look half as good as yours


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I wouldn't normally worry about old lower leaves ,,unless it were to start creeping up to higher leaves,

But your probably starting to see the problem with using autopots ,,plants will flourish in veg but they get wet feet in flower.

Don't know if you are currently in veg or flower ,,but I'd advise to either piss the reservoirs off in flower and run it as runto waste,,
Or to controll wet and dry cycles by letting the reservoir dry up a day or two then have it on for a day ,,and keep repeating,,


They are still in veg mate, I think when I first get home on my days off I will shut the reservoir off and drain the tray and dry the pots out for two days and do the same for two days before heading back out to work and then switch the res back on for seven days hopefully that makes a difference, but I think it’s the temps that are fluctuating too much that could be the issue


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Nice hopefully one day I grow buds that look half as good as yours


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Thanks mate,you will get there mate there is a lot of trial and error over the years,but the 1 main thing I can say is don’t try too many new things at once, be methodical, write everything you do down, ppl think I’ll chuck afew plants under a light and bobs ya uncle I’m a grower,it’s like having a part time job or a second missus you have to put the time in


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