What's up with these leaves? Trying again to post


I would love to see the plants. It seems lketheir is too much Nitrogen to start with. Those leaves are so gark green…too dark green.

Let’s se some plant piks.

Did you fill out a support ticket?

I have in the past. It maybe hard in the right light.
pH about 6
Ppm are a bit higher due to trying to push them a bit but I use:
Canna Coco a n b 3ml/l (4 max on chart)
Canna rhiz
Can calmag
Was using boost. Just swapped to to sumo
Anything I forgot?
Pic to follow if I can upload it

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Just blowing over that… No more nutes. They look good. This a long way from the dark green leaves. always remember. If you are doing an organic grow…You have toocnsider that you want to learn at what point you may want to add nutrients.

Most gurus inorganic…Make their soil. Then they use up all the nutrients in Veg…after that it might be feasible to add amendments, but not always. If you add nutrients too late in an organic grow; you will have build up. If not…your plants will turn into insane beatiful colrs. your choice.

Happy growing.


I’m in Coco 70 perlite 30

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Coco; Albeit popular and efficient, requires constant attention and control of the PH.


Which I’m trying to do. I’m hands on in at lights on till lights off. Not constantly but I’m wanting to sort potential problems out assp


Could you guys tag a few in the know like you obviously

Sorry I cannot helpyou. I will pass your request on. Happy growing… We want to see you succeed. :slight_smile:

I gotcha @Damo

@Myfriendis410 is in coco and pretty good with diagnosing. Lets get you a support ticket while we wait and I think on the coco…. @BobbyDigital @Hellraiser @Drinkslinger are also pretty ‘in the know’ fellas

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Now onto tryna help a bit. Have u perhaps wasted some nutrient solution or foliar fed during lights on anytime recently?


Where were those affected leaves - top canopy, at the bottom of the plant? Possible you spilled some nutes on them or doing any spraying of the plant?

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No no spraying.
Possibly water drops but I’m quite vigilant

Think it’s a girl scout cookies but possibly wedding cake both by the white label seed company. I have a strawberry kush that is the best I’ve ever seen, from white label.
70/30 Coco perlite
35 lire plastic pots
pH I try for 5.8 to 6.2
Ppms are up at 900 total everything and run off same or less
4x8’ cellar conversion
2x 600 hps
Temps on 24-28
Temps off 20-23
Rh day 50-60
Rh night 60-70
No co2
Dehumidifier used when needed. Most of the time.
Ventilation is a 5" with a 4" booster going in and a 6 " rvk with filter for extraction.

Very happy with way things are going but just a speck and I’m panicking. Your advice puts an anxious mind at ease (easier)

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Nutrients is full canna range only diff is silica my someone else and just swapped cannas blood for shogun’s sumo for cost

Boost not blood lol. Tho that may work.

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That’s definitely spots from moisture via transpiration or while feeding. I wouldnt change anything and continue with what your doing.


I came into a block of coco when I got into hydroponics. Actually I was investigating aquaponics, learned about Alaska fish emulsion and got some along with some coco and a secret from a very dear friend.

Mix the coco with worm castings or composted manure (I use Black Kow) and perlite. Then feed the soil with the fish guts. You can also use dry amendments (I use Happy Frog) for inside grows because no one likes a home that smells of fish guts. I feed at half strength.

I mix 1 gallon of coco with 1 quart of Black Kow and a couple of handfuls of perlite. I either give it a good soak with fish emulsion or mix in the HF. Now it’s ready to take a plant.

I also recommend fabric pots as it is almost impossible to overwater.

I feed once a month (again at half strength) with either veg or bloom (Alaska and Happy Frog have both formulas). If you do it right your last month of flower is taxing your nutrient level at the time you should be flushing so everything works out.

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