Nice! trying to see some sign of life soon. so far nothing for me I’m on day 4 of germination and nothing on top of coco and nothing underneath coco.
Mine pop up around day 5 and by 7 is on the Pic. I also had one root out of coco towards water. Hopefully yours will pop up soon
Its barely day 5 of germination
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Bubba Kush Day13 on 3/14 Vegetation. I noticed a small discoloration on the one leave. Should I be worried?
Just keep an eye on it to see if it spreads, its very possible that the ph could have been off on one of your drain and fills but they often correct themselves with Grobo nutrient dosing.
Nothing to worry about.
Nope looks good!
@Bplatinum9 Just did a fill and notice my leaves spotting even more, is there anything wrong?
Your plant looks good but I would remove those two leaves that are spotted…
Your new growth looks good though.
Did you send in a ticket and have your ph checked before? If not still do that going forward.
Your leaves are not drooping so that’s a good sign.
Your bottles look on point also.
Keep your humidity and water temps in check!
Don’t worry just start by removing this two leaves.
Post again when you notice a change.
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Quick Summary: Managing pH is crucial for cannabis plants to be able to take up nutrients through their roots. When the pH around the roots jumps up and down, it can stress the plant and cause brown spots to appear on the leaves. Spotting on the leaves as a results of pH fluctuations is more common in hydroponic setups (where the pH tends to go up and down), but it is possible it can also happen in soil. This seems to often happen when the pH swings too high or low.
Problem: Certain leaves on the middle or lower parts of the plant show tan or brown spotting, similar to these pictures:
Solution: The main way to fix this problem is to fix the pH problem that caused the spotting (more info below). The leaves that are effected will not recover, but once you fix the issue, the problem should stop spreading to other leaves.
This explained a lot!
I have not turned in a support ticket yet, I will do it today. The bottom 4 leafs are spotted but only 2 look real bad. Should I cut just the 2 or all 4? Also I’m not sure how to send a support ticket, I look up on the app on the support side but it send me to another Grobo Site. Any Help?
For future navigation: When your on your app look under support and yes it will send you to another Grobo web site but if you look up top on the right side of that site it will say submit a request and it takes you here https://support.grobo.io/hc/en-us/requests/new
As far as cutting they will all eventually need cut but its up to you because they won’t get any better.
You can take the two off now and wait for a bit more growth before taking the other two off or you can pull the plug on all four and let her heal from there.
Personally I would extend late vegetation until it hit second fan.
Personally I would extend but your gonna need more than a week, your grow should be half the size you want your plant to end up by the end of late veg unless its an auto.