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- Mon, 04 Jan 2021 19:40:37 EST DwQba+ce No.147499
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First grow. What's up with this splotchyness? Anything to worry about?
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Hamilton Greenhall - Tue, 05 Jan 2021 05:46:46 EST Tw7xP596 No.147500 Reply
scan your soil for insects and if you cant find any then doublecheck you ph when watering.
imo whenever i have fungus gnats the leaves start showing some marks somewhat similar to yours but im not sure if thats the same problem you have
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Oliver Sibbergold - Tue, 05 Jan 2021 09:53:20 EST DwQba+ce No.147501 Reply
>>147500
didn't see any insects at least on top of soil. I'll check PH today. I didn't realize I needed distilled water for my meter to calibrate so getting some today finally and calibrating.
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Oliver Sibbergold - Tue, 05 Jan 2021 10:45:10 EST DwQba+ce No.147502 Reply
>>147500
PH on the water I've been using was right at 7. So it could be 6.9-7.1 I'd think with margin of error on the meter. Should I get some PH down and get it closer to 6.5?
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Nigel Gipperkedge - Thu, 14 Jan 2021 04:17:08 EST 264fIUFj No.147508 Reply
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>>147502
Just leave it alone and don't panic about the slightest irregularity. 1/2 a point of ph won't make much difference .its green and you have no leaf curl thats a good start.
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Isabella Hinningstock - Thu, 14 Jan 2021 09:15:35 EST QFipXPsX No.147509 Reply
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Is this already a sure sign of CalMag deficiency? The picture is from my lowest leaf, I'm growing in coco mix.
Should I just water with correct pH water and see if the signs become more clear. Last time I managed to burn my plant a little cause I read the symptoms wrong.
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Nigel Gipperkedge - Thu, 14 Jan 2021 13:54:02 EST 264fIUFj No.147510 Reply
>>147509
Your fucking retarded look at PH 7 on the chart I posted It goes strate threw the Center of cal mag . just leave the fucker alone next time you PH correct the water just try for a 6.0 but don't be to concerned If its off a little . Its a fucking weed not your child.
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Caroline Fezzlebadging - Mon, 18 Jan 2021 17:48:39 EST PwPNTtNm No.147515 Reply
>>147510
when i water my plants with my normal tap water which is also at 7 they show deficiencies left and right so no you cant just water on as normal you have to adjust ur ph to 6.5
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Cyril Huzzleson - Tue, 19 Jan 2021 11:41:40 EST 0tZk9yUl No.147516 Reply
>>147509
Personally I've found CalMag deficiencies are usually Mag deficiencies which can be easily corrected with an MgSO4 foliar spray

also this other dude needs to chill tf out and be less of a twat

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