Not sure what’s wrong but the baby leaves are curling, dry, and discolored at the tip. Any idea what’s wrong and how to fix it?
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I like to have the plant as high as the second fan when moving into transition stage. This is when your lights go to 12/12. Cheers, Stephen
(#OhEyeSee): (There is no [LateVeg]): (So extending [EarlyVeg] is your best bet):
Coco pod seems ok, damp on top plenty wet underneath. I have a support ticket out for now
Best to do for now
Just responded to your support ticket.
TLDR; Everything looks good, just hungry. New unit needs to prime lines. Drain/fill to feed.
Drain and refill complete. Will keep an eye on it and provide some updated pics next week.
Thank you Stephen!!
Using distilled from the start. Looks like nutrients bottle levels are a bit lower after the drain/refill so it looks like that did the trick priming the hoses.
On day 24 last day of early vegetation. @Stephen Should I extend the phase since it went without nutes for a few days before the lines were primed? Thinking it looks ok but I’m mostly guessing.
Yes, I would extend early veg by a week, then extend late veg until she is just under the second fan. That will set you up for some nice buds once flowering starts.
Is she in late veg now?
Day 29 overall, 19 of 21 for early veg, which was only supposed to be 14 days but I extended. Wondering if I might need to extend again. Also curious about topping it and when. Thoughts @Bplatinum9 ?
I would extend it vecause its not ready for transition/flower stage.
I have never grown an auto but they love to be left alone.
If you decide to top her wait until the fifth node.