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HELP leaves turning yellow

Discussion in 'Plant Problems' started by Dntel, Sep 5, 2006.

  1. Dntel

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  2. stinkyattic

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    No, do not harvest now. It still has a long way to go.
    That plant looks fine. Congratulations.
     
  3. Dntel

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    but thats from a week ago, the center leaves and some of the bigger producers are starting to turn, and get brown spots.
     
  4. stinkyattic

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    Oh, well then why don't you show a picture of the actual PROBLEM, silly person!
     
  5. Dntel

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    i gotta get my camera and i will, just the leaves are turning into a light ass green and browning a little bit.
     
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  7. stinkyattic

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    Normal.
    No worries.
    Those are little pots for such big girls... or is it just the camera angle?
    What you're seeing is the plant sucking back all its nutrient reserves from the leaves. It's an annual; it knows it's going to make seeds and die (well obviously you are trying to avoid the seed part) so it is putting all its energy into flower formation.
     
  8. Dntel

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    how much longer should i wait till harvest?
     
  9. stinkyattic

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    Until the trichs show cloudy.
    You've got some time left there. Maybe a month, but you have to inspect the trichs yourself.
     
  10. Dntel

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    thanks man, i really appreciate that, its my first grow.
     
  11. Dntel

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    the yellowness is continuing to spread through more of the leaves, should i still not be worried?
     
  12. stinkyattic

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    That happens.
    Post pics if you want better advice.
    Next grow, give the plants a bit of fish emulsion in their potting soil when you transplant into the final pot. Not too much, just a splash, and mix it in REALLY well. It will slow down the yellowing a bit.
     
  13. Dntel

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  14. stinkyattic

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    They do seem to be yellower than they should be for that amount of bud development (not very far into flowering). You want to slow down that process and let the buds sort of catch up.

    Does your bloom fert contain any N at all?

    If not, I might consider switching to one that has some- not as much as a grow fert, obviously, that would be bad, but just enough to slow down the yellowing process a bit.

    You should be all right if you do that.
     

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