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Old 09-10-2018, 08:28 AM #1
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ALWAYS happens on FLIP

Another noob question masters..
Why on earth do my plants look so lush and green and healthy during veg but then when I move them into the flower tent and gets flipped. they begin to yellow. Specially new growth.

Would there be common concerns when this transition happens, it is always the case. always.

Thanks in advance masters.

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Old 09-10-2018, 08:38 AM #2
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You need to feed them more.
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Old 09-10-2018, 08:59 AM #3
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You need to feed them more.
Thanks so I feed with ewc tea only and sprinkled with kelp and some guano on the pantyhose. Also dressed with epsoms.

It always happens. Will feed more.

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It shouldn't, is it old growth that yellows or new growth?

What size pots are you using?
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Old 09-11-2018, 03:19 AM #5
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New growth.. I think one of them is going hermie on me.. its a feminized NL from nirvana. :(
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I noticed my plants looking worse on the flip also. Then last grow I left my MH bulb in for an extra week or so after the flip and realized what I was seeing was the difference between the MH and HPS bulbs. Not that your as dumb as I am lol but I never quite realized how different that HPS glow was that everyone speaks of. It made my noob eyes think I was deficient
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I could really see the difference the color of the NEW growth from inside the tent and out though. so definitely not lighting.
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Could be transition shock if you're going from a somewhat weak light in veg to a more intense light for flower. I'll put new plants going into the flower room in the corner or place it so it's shaded by another plant that's already been in there and is adjusted.

Could also raise your light for the stretch if you're not perpetual. Once stretch is over the established leaves will harden and be able to handle full power.
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Thanks so I feed with ewc tea only and sprinkled with kelp and some guano on the pantyhose. Also dressed with epsoms.

It always happens. Will feed more.


STOP top dressing with EPSOM...


Use it ONLY as a foliar.


It WILL funk up your soil mix and lock out everything.


Top dress with a balanced flower nute (5-5-5 or similar) and a little bit of gypsum.
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Thanks so I feed with ewc tea only and sprinkled with kelp and some guano on the pantyhose. Also dressed with epsoms.

It always happens. Will feed more.

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STOP top dressing with EPSOM...


Use it ONLY as a foliar.


It WILL funk up your soil mix and lock out everything.


Top dress with a balanced flower nute (5-5-5 or similar) and a little bit of gypsum.
Stop screwing the pooch and get yourself a proper nutrient program. There is lots to choose from!
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