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Old 09-13-2020, 07:55 PM #1
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Yellow leaves royal gorilla

Hi! I’m growing outdoor a royal gorilla feminized, with an all mix soil, and i’m using biobloom and top max from biobizz with mineral fertilizer. I’m in the middle of the flowering phase (i live in north italy so the flowering phase has started in mid/end of august), now i’ve noticed these yellow leaves.... do you think the plant is healthy or there is a deficit of something? How can i solve? Ps few weeks and The climate should become colder... could this affect my harverest?thanks
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Where on the plant is it currently yellowing at?
Do you have a picture you could maybe post?
In the meanwhile, don't chemically blast it quite yet with anything in an attempt to doctor it, a bit more diagnosis is still required.
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Where on the plant is it currently yellowing at?
Do you have a picture you could maybe post?
In the meanwhile, don't chemically blast it quite yet with anything in an attempt to doctor it, a bit more diagnosis is still required.
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I'm no expert, but maybe feed more and provide more drainage. That pot looks a bit weird to me, i'd transplant to a bigger plastic nursery pot with more drainage. Add some new soil and water a bit less often. Roots need oxygen as much as water. The yellowing is pretty normal though. But a bit more airy well drained soil with more nutrients may make a better plant if it is a gentle careful transplant. And even liquid feed a little. (Disclaimer:that is just what i would do) bigger pot, more soil, better drainage, more food. Win!
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The autos need a lot of light also,outdoor need at least 10 hours or direct sun.
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Your plant is not getting enough light. The plant is shedding the oldest leaves to compensate for lack of light. The only thing it will hurt is the yield.
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The autos need a lot of light also,outdoor need at least 10 hours or direct sun.
Mine is feminized! Thank you
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I'm no expert, but maybe feed more and provide more drainage. That pot looks a bit weird to me, i'd transplant to a bigger plastic nursery pot with more drainage. Add some new soil and water a bit less often. Roots need oxygen as much as water. The yellowing is pretty normal though. But a bit more airy well drained soil with more nutrients may make a better plant if it is a gentle careful transplant. And even liquid feed a little. (Disclaimer:that is just what i would do) bigger pot, more soil, better drainage, more food. Win!
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I’m starting to worry! I put my plant in a place where there aren’t Shadow points and added new soil but the problem doesn’t seems solved what can i do?
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How much Biobloom and TopMax are you using?
How often do you water? Feed? Are you using tap water?
Do you know what the PH of your nutrient solution is?
All mix soil media mix is made by biobizz too, I see.
That should be of a good quality, I would imagine.

According to BioBizz:
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Top·Max can be used throughout the entire flowering period and works especially well combined with Biobizz substrate mixtures.
In the first weeks of flowering, we advise a dose of 1ml per litre of water.
As harvest approaches and before flushing, the dose can be increased to 4ml per litre of water.
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• Effective blend of soil, compost, worm castings and perlite
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• Use throughout veg growth and flowering alongside BioBizz Nutrients
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