Terms
Advertise   Support WW    Contact   
Results 1 to 7 of 7
  1. #1

    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Posts
    3
    Status
    kdavis is offline
    Country
    United States
    Liked
    7 times
    IMG_20121018_152345.jpgIMG_20121018_152406.jpgIMG_20121018_152508.jpgIMG_20121018_152515.jpgIMG_20121018_152522.jpgIMG_20121018_152556.jpg


    How long has this problem been going on?
    3-4 weeks (shortly after I got them home they started doing it)
    What STRAIN are you growing?
    The main pictures are all ATF Alaskan Thunder Fuck but I have a White Widow that is doing it too but not nearly as much same age and same techniques
    What was the establishing technique? (seed or clone?)
    Clones
    What is the age of your plants?
    7/27/2012 cloned and today is 10/18/2012
    How long have they been in the soil mixture they are in now?
    About 2-3 weeks ago they were transplanted
    Were they in the same mixture when they were seedlings/smaller plant? If not, what mixture were they in before?
    Sunshine and Cogo nutrients
    How Tall are the plants?
    Around 14 inches
    What PHASE (seedling, vegetative or flower) are the plants in?
    Probably still flowering but all I have is a 1000w hps system
    What Technique are you using? (SOG, SCROG etc)
    No yet
    What size pots are you using? (Include how many subjects to pot)
    12 quart plastic pails, only one plant per pot, I put drainage holes in, testing to see if having bigger pots make a difference
    What substrate/medium are you using? What brand of soil mixture are you using?(percentage of perlite, vermiculite...etc?)
    Before I transplanted this problem was occurring but I am not using the best soil its CHEAP, �Jolly Gardener Premium� Nitrogen- 0.14%;( 0.06% ammoniac nitrogen, 0.04% nitrate nitrogen , 0.04% Urea Nitrogen) Available Phosphate 0.11%, Soluble Potash 0.08%, Sulfur 0.02% ** I know those numbers are high but on the bottom it says that they have been polymer coated to provide the following slow release nutrients: 0.11% nitrogen, 0.02 available phosphate , 0.05% soluble potash and 0.02% sulfur
    What brand Nutrients are you using?
    None right now, I want to find the problem to know what one to get
    How often are you watering?
    Every day to every other day water, since the pails are so big and it takes a lot of soil to fill them I use close to a cup a day
    What size bulb are you using?
    1000 watt HPS
    How old is your bulbs?
    I don�t know
    Is the fan blowing directly at plants?
    no
    Has plant been recently pruned, cloned or pinched?
    No
    Have any pest chemicals been used? If so what and when?
    NO
    Are plant's infected with pest's?
    No

    IMG_20121018_152345.jpgIMG_20121018_152406.jpgIMG_20121018_152508.jpgIMG_20121018_152515.jpg

  2. #2
    Weed Watcher
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Location
    .
    Posts
    6,699
    Status
    Dublinskunkfiend is offline
    Gender
    Male
    Country
    Belize
    Liked
    12822 times
    I am not a soil grower,
    I am sure some one with some knowledge will chime in.
    But people here have been having issues with Sunshine mix for months.

    Peace,

    DSF.

  3. #3
    Weed Watcher
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Location
    dirty mitten
    Posts
    3,024
    Status
    funkmonk is offline
    Gender
    Male
    Country
    United States
    Liked
    13943 times
    This is only an opinion so bear with me. Damage on the edge of leafs and curling has to do with breathing or the plant sweating. There are many variables: To wet of soil, lack of O2 to roots, humidity to high, air quality is the key to your problem. The drain holes need to be big and able to let water drain. If the soil was hot or toxic try flushing, but I can see your soils are pretty dark and wet. This is my first impression that I can think of, let me know if I can help with some more info, but Im learning too. Funk you
    Funk Monk

  4. #4

    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Posts
    3
    Status
    kdavis is offline
    Country
    United States
    Liked
    7 times
    Well I thought that it had to do with the air quality and humidity also so I keep the door fully open so it can receive as much air flow as possible and have 2 fans one blowing in and out, I was wondering if it could be related too a nutrient deficiency and that is what lead me to this website actually. I have not used any nutrients since I got them except for what is in the soil.

  5. #5

    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Posts
    3
    Status
    kdavis is offline
    Country
    United States
    Liked
    7 times
    Spider mites!!!!!!!!!!! Damn

  6. #6
    Weed Watcher
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Location
    dirty mitten
    Posts
    3,024
    Status
    funkmonk is offline
    Gender
    Male
    Country
    United States
    Liked
    13943 times
    Prepare for war! Funk em up and keep up the fight. Blessings for your battle in front of you. Funk on
    Quote Originally Posted by kdavis View Post
    Spider mites!!!!!!!!!!! Damn
    Funk Monk

  7. #7
    Weed Watcher
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Location
    Innisfil, Ontario, Canada
    Posts
    9
    Status
    2RCHA is offline
    Gender
    Male
    Country
    Canada
    Liked
    3 times
    I had a plant get some of those damned thing's this summer past, I caught it early, only seen 5-7 of the large fan leaves infested. I got rid of them in a single afternoon, I put about a Tbl spoon of dish soap into a water filled spray bottle(750ml), sprayed the whole plant. when it was dry, I rinsed the plant very well, and voila!, no more mites. Hope this helps. Cheer's, Andy.

Similar Threads

  1. Guerilla Tent problems
    By 2RCHA in forum Indoor Marijuana Cultivation
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 12-12-2013, 08:27 PM
  2. Mayhem Ensues when promo went badly in Barcelona Spain causing Mo
    By Dublinskunkfiend in forum Marijuana News Topics
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 02-18-2013, 02:19 AM
  3. Resizing pictures.
    By Dublinskunkfiend in forum General WW Magazine Announcements
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 08-23-2012, 08:14 AM

Tags for this Thread


  
ALL content is for informational and educational purposes only,
and intended for visitors 18 Years of age and Older!


  Copyright 2007-2019 WeedWatch.com Powered by Cannavelli Brands LLC. Sponsors | Link Partners   xhtml valid   Subscribe to Weed Watch Magazine's RSS Feed   
BACK TO TOP