Started Dirty Dozen flowering nutes and 4 days later my babies have speckled leaves!

I recently put all the flowering nutes on my plants and 4 days later they have yellow leaves and the green ones have tiny brown speckles. I checked for bugs and found none.

Any ideas?

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Did you feed it or spray it on the plants?

Just fed at the base

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It definitely looks like burn to me. When I use nutes I slowly introduce them so I don’t burn my plants @Covertgrower may be able to help diagnose this better.

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Not really sure on this one. Can you fill out a support ticket? Then we can tag some more growers.

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Ticket? Where do I go to find such ticket?

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Something out of whack with the inputs plus bugs my best guess

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Kinda looks like Manganese deficiency. @Myfriendis410 what say you?

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I hate to say manganese as it’s unusual. I would more likely suspect a combination of nute burn (OP may have gotten some high temps which would jump uptake) along with calcium def.

But please fill out the Support Ticket.

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What strain, Robert Bergman Gold Leaf Fem

Method: Organic soil

Vessels: Outdoors in open garden

PH of Water: 6.5

PPM/TDS or EC: unknown


Natural sun

Temps; Day: it has been 80-85 F. Night: 70-75 F

Humidity; Day : it has rained for the last week off and on day and night.

Ventilation system; No,

No AC, no Dehumidifier or humidifier

Co2; No

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@Grizzlybare do you know what the humidity was after it rained? Also 80-85 is a little high, I had leaves dying off like that before I was able to cool my room. Any chances you would be able to lower the temp of the garden?

I don’t know how I would lower the garden temp. It’s outside literally in a garden.

I’m gonna hold off on the week 2 nutes till it’s been ten days, then cut the dose by 1/3 or so to see if that helps.

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@Grizzlybare good point, maybe a fan? I don’t think it would help enough if heat is your problem. But im also new at this so im just trying to give my best advice

If it is nute burn, how long should I lay off the nutes? Would Sledgehammer help before continuing with nutes?

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Yea that would help and I’d just do one more flush/cleanse after that - see if they improve and maybe use diff nutes afterward?

Bugs might have been attracted to what you put in there if it wasn’t an issue before

Haven’t seen any bugs at all. So, two sledgehammer doses. How far apart?

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Sledgehammer once and then just plain H20 and maybe some CalMag after that, take stock of condition and plan next move accordingly

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