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Old 06-12-2019, 01:33 AM #1
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Deficiency or pH issue: Photos

So, I am working with all Landrace genetics this year! I've fallen deeply in love with the raw base elements of this beloved plant, and I know that Landrace genetics require a lot of fine tuning compared to modern worked genetics.

I didn't have much ability to prepare this year, nor my own place, so I am guiding my girlfriend in a very basic growing direction, not for best results, just for a decent quality finish, (she is growing them at her parents house and I can't go there right now [Not for bad reasons lol])

So I didn't mix any of my own soil, I just got some fox farm ocean forest, and coco loco to dilute the ocean forest for any "light feeders" if need be.

I'm by no means an expert grower, but I have learned a good bit about growing over the years and making my own soil mixtures.

I feel like the ocean forest should have good results for these youngin's, but they seem to not be running optimally, it looks like it could be a possible magnesium deficiency, but I was curious because it doesn't seem likely, so I'm curious if this could also be a sign of the water pH not being ideal for these ones.

These are Nanda Devi, a Himalayan Landrace from The Real Seed Company

The lower leaf sets obviously what I'm talking about, its made its way up from the first to second set.
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Old 06-12-2019, 03:42 AM #2
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This looks to me very much like a slight Magnesium deficiency. Water with a dilute solution of epsom salts or a LIGHT sprinkle of Dolomite then a good watering. Good luck!
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Thank you very much for response and advice Teddybrae. I'll give it a shot
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