Going fully organic, having issues in flower by JG-GSC-UK | Mar 13, 2021 | Grower Questions | 6 comments Going fully organic, having issues in flower. 6 Comments Coach Steve on March 13, 2021 at 11:33 am I agree. No info, no help. Log in to Reply AlbinoViper420 on March 13, 2021 at 12:22 pm IDK but yeah Log in to Reply Chad.Westport on March 13, 2021 at 12:31 pm It looks like a root zone issue. Could be a Ph issue, could be they have been wet too long. I see the majority of problems at the top of the plant. This indicates it may be an immobile nutrient issue. I would likely say this isn’t going to get better by itself and I also don’t see the damaged leaves making a recovery. So, with organics, flushing really isn’t the answer, because you flush out all of the good microbes and beneficials as well as nutrients, in an uneven manor because some are more mobile in the soil than others. Personally, this is a drawback of set-it and forget it organics. If something goes wrong, what is it and how do you correct it? If you are able to get a read Ono your soil Ph, I think that would be a great place to start. Log in to Reply SCdungslinger79 on March 13, 2021 at 5:24 pm You’re too late to amend with organic amendments. I definitely see calcium deficiency spots on leaves along with other issues. If there is a quick acting organic bottled CalMag it’s worth a shot along with just water ph’d to 6.2-6.5 for the next couple of waterings. That’s the problem with organic growing, any issues are on you before you catch them and when you do see them it’s often too late to amend with organics because they are slow to have any effect. I’ve been growing a long time and don’t even trying organics indoors, outdoors in the ground yes but you’re never going to be fully organic inside in a tent in an artificial environment, under artificial lights, so why bother. Do you want to be artificially organic or do your want good grows and good weed? Happy Growing 🙂 Recharge the Fourth Macronutrient If you’ve got more than four bumper stickers on your car keep your opinions to yourself, I am not a speed reader. No you’re right, let’s do it the dumbest way possible because it’s easier for you. Your idea of me is not my responsibility to live up to. “I can explain it to you, but I can’t understand it for you” SAVE THE HIGH, GROW MORE SATIVA INDICA is Medicinal, SATIVA is Recreational Log in to Reply Watts4life on March 13, 2021 at 10:22 pm more info would be nice. either way though i suspect improper ph. the plant in the back left looks fairly healthy. i suspect it got less water than the others so doesnt display the issues as bad. these issues take time to happen and time to correct, its the drawback of an organic grow. first you need to make sure what your issue actually is. get a soil test kit (rapid test or some similar). test the ph of the soil first. it should not really exceed 6.8. once your at 7 your already locking out calcium and fucking with other processes. if your soil ph is high then do a couple waterings at a ph of about 5(an *acid bath*). dont go lower then 5 its too acidic. after that water in recharge (jury still out on ph but i would say ph once its mixed as its a ph issue you would be having). by then about 2-3 weeks will have gone by and you should see the plants bouncing back. not sure how long of a strain or how far your in. but i suspect 2/4 plants will be a loss this round(top right and bottom left). bottom right you should be able to save a bit. upper left will do well. if its not ph issues use the other parts of test kit to test npk. there would be an imbalance somewhere. Log in to Reply SCdungslinger79 on March 14, 2021 at 12:19 am Watts4life, I am glad you added Recharge, sometimes I subconsciously assume every one on here uses Recharge, as they should be. Good catch. Happy Growing 🙂 Log in to Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.