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Old 09-20-2017, 07:50 PM #1
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1st outdoor and plants are sick! HELP!

Hey fam,
I need some help on why some of my plants outdoor is yellowing. I'm using jack 20-20-20, jack bloom booster 10-30-20 & MOAB with RO greenfield in 65-100 gallon smart pot. I'm like 5-6 weeks into flowering already.
Anyways, fan leaves will have yellow spot on them, some have completely died already. This happened to the inner inside of some plants too.
After reading I think it's lack of potassium from using well water that have water softener but not enough info to really know.
I don't know how to upload pick from my phone. Until I can figured it out I'll upload some photos. I know it'll be way easier for ya to identify the problem with having picture but until then can anyone think of what's going on. Thanks!
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That far along in a plant's life...isn't it pretty normal to have leaf loss & yellowing?
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Old 09-20-2017, 10:02 PM #3
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Could be ph related. Yellow spotting could be calcium deficiency but without a pic impossible to say. What ph are you at with your mix?

I'm not familiar with your nutes but does it have micro nutrients and plenty of cal and mag? If not that could be part the problem also.
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Old 09-21-2017, 03:25 PM #4
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I'm not sure if it have micro nute or not. I was thinking it could be lack of cal-mag also and brought some which I have been feeding for a week now. But I'm pretty sure cal-mag wouldn't do this much damage.
Any info on how I upload photos?
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in week 5-6 there is nothing you can make.. you already feeding much. maybe to much water? this can cause yellowing! They dont drink anymore like in august!
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Old 09-22-2017, 10:59 PM #6
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Well water ppm 340
Well water ph 7.1
After I mix the nute in
Ppm 1000-1300
Ph 6.6


Plants seem to get worse and worse as the days goes by! 😞
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Any ideas on what is happenings to the ladies?
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While the first picture looks like a deficiency, the last ones are pretty much beyond anything I'd call normal leaf loss.

I'd try to find out more about the water softener, it could be releasing sodium.
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Could be ph related.
^^^^ Ding, Ding, Ding. pH imbalances is the #1 reason plants suffer from nutrient issues.

Try to get between pH 6.0 and 6.8 in soil.

Get that tested and fixed ASAP.

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I'd try to find out more about the water softener, it could be releasing sodium.
Don't use water softeners for plants. Plants can't use lots of Sodium.
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