Originally Posted by Buddah Watcha
Hey broda, seem like a Ca/Mag deficiency to me, my plants are doing the same thing, also running Chem crosses (Chem 91 and Chem D x 88g13hp) and some of them are displaying the same thing... I did a foliar with 1tbsp/gal of epsom salts that seem to have done the trick, repeated 5 days later... seem to have greened them up a bit! I'm also under LED's, so maybe your theory is right!
Greatly appreciate the diagnosis and suggestion for remedy my friend! And it’s nice to get confirmation that Chem lines are hungry in this way from a grower also under COBs and it’s not just me flubbing it.
And maybe I just wasn’t being patient enough... I found her looking better and greening up this morning. All four are ready to be watered again and this will be the third time (will check runoff). I had suspected a Ca and/or Mg shortage with her even before the transplant. So when they were potted up and I didn’t see signs of improvement by the time she was ready for her next watering, I rolled the dice and top-dressed with a tbsp of dolomite first. Hope it continues to do the trick! If not, I will definitely go with your advice because I really don’t want to mess with the soil anymore at this point.
So you’re running a straight Chem 91? I am currently making my way through the Chem 91 thread in the photo subsection and finding it very interesting. I mentioned two males had a little something extra on the stem rub... I am not so good at descriptions when it comes to such things, so I didn’t say what it was I thought was there - and plus it’s just a stem rub on a male - but I kept thinking those two had a lemony finish to them... now I read that there’s a lemony component to Chem 4... makes me wonder if he’s a Chem 4 leaner.
Have a great weekend brother!