- OG Kush
- Method: Organic soil
- Vessels: 5 gallon pots
- PH of Water: 6.5 to 8
- Indoor grow tent
- Light system: LED/MarsHydro ts600
- Temps; Day 81, Night 79
- Humidity; Day 55-65, Night 65
- Ventilation system; Yes
- AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier,
- Co2; No
Symptoms: A handful of drooping fan leaves, about 4-5 leaves with brown spots. I have slowed down on watering because I thought I was overwatering, but clearly it was not the issue. @Hellraiser can you help? Seen in another post you were an expert.
I don’t see any reason to be very concerned looks pretty good. Droopy leaves is usual over or under watering
Oh 6.5 ph good but the 8 is a concern.Rh isn’t a killer but I would rather run a tad low then high myself. Some may agree or not dunno. In veg is Otay in flower I don’t like it that high. My observation and thoughts and I approve this message…
Even with the leaves looking like this?
The droop could be over watering, what are your watering practices (how much, when, what size pots)? The brown spots look like a calcium deficiency, looks like you need calmag.
It’s in a 5 gallon pot and I water her a quarter of a gallon every other morning.
Seems like you’re doing both - over watering and under watering. Watering too often and not enough water at a time. You are keeping the top of the soil too wet and not using enough water to get the lower part of the pot wet enough. You need to give enough water so there is some run off from the drainage holes at the bottom of the pot every time you water.
When I have plants in 5 gallon pots, they get from 3/4 gallon to 1 gallon of water whenever they need it… The next time you water, use 3/4 gallon of water, then wait til the pot is light and dry before watering again. You want wet/dry cycles, make all the soil wet, then let it dry up (however long that takes), then repeat til harvest.
Thank you so much. I will make sure I do this the next time she needs water and for my other plants!