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Seedling leaf issue help

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Good evening GR420 :Stoned:

Hope everyones cool

I intend on getting a diary posted once all set up in the tent.

Until then, I've been growing out three seedlings under a 15w LED, in small pots with bio bizz light mix

I've ran into an issue and one of the seedlings is abit stressed, I thought it was due to the light being too close. And intense, but now think it may be due to temps

The shape of the leaf is quite wavy, and not healthy looking.

Temps are between 18c - 20c and light about 7 inches fro top of seedling.

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Hoping you guys can advise on what issue I'm having here

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First two pics are most affected and are master kush
The other not too stressed by whatever issue I have here and is Gelato 78

Any advice would be mich appreciated

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Looks like wilt not really stress imho

Try putting them into a little larger pots so they stay more evenly moist

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Hey Organiccanna,

How much have you been feeding as in how much nutes to a ltr and how often? Have you been adjusting the PH? What type of LED are you using too? All information will help people diagnose your issue.
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They're ready for potting up, healthy looking young plants.

Nothing to fret over at all. :oik!:

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I agree, they look ok to me :)
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grumpygrower wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:28 am
Hey Organiccanna,

How much have you been feeding as in how much nutes to a ltr and how often? Have you been adjusting the PH? What type of LED are you using too? All information will help people diagnose your issue.
Hi grumpygrower,

No nutes yet, just biobizz light mix and a little water when dry.
I do not have a ph pen at the moment, do you have any recommendations on ph pens? Blue lab seems the most popular.
I use a grow led from ikea for the seedlings.

Thanks

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Thanks GMO, Marcus and Nanook.

I'll pot them up later and give them a good watering

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Re: Seedling leaf issue help

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Organiccanna wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:57 am
grumpygrower wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:28 am
Hey Organiccanna,

How much have you been feeding as in how much nutes to a ltr and how often? Have you been adjusting the PH? What type of LED are you using too? All information will help people diagnose your issue.
Hi grumpygrower,

No nutes yet, just biobizz light mix and a little water when dry.
I do not have a ph pen at the moment, do you have any recommendations on ph pens? Blue lab seems the most popular.
I use a grow led from ikea for the seedlings.

Thanks
There's your issue buddy they're hungry. I thought they looked a bit yellow in the first pic. I had a similar issue with lightmix. I'd repot them and start to feed them ASAP.

You shouldn't need to PH when using Biobizz so don't worry about it. I asked to check that the small deficiency you seem to have was related to PH. They look fine TBF just a little hungry. Rule of thumb is in lightmix, start to feed when the first set of real leaves are present.

It may also be a good idea to give these a little foliar feed. They will recover a little quicker than feeding from the roots.

Hope this helps!
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grumpygrower wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:21 am
Organiccanna wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:57 am
grumpygrower wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:28 am
Hey Organiccanna,

How much have you been feeding as in how much nutes to a ltr and how often? Have you been adjusting the PH? What type of LED are you using too? All information will help people diagnose your issue.
Hi grumpygrower,

No nutes yet, just biobizz light mix and a little water when dry.
I do not have a ph pen at the moment, do you have any recommendations on ph pens? Blue lab seems the most popular.
I use a grow led from ikea for the seedlings.

Thanks
There's your issue buddy they're hungry. I thought they looked a bit yellow in the first pic. I had a similar issue with lightmix. I'd repot them and start to feed them ASAP.

You shouldn't need to PH when using Biobizz so don't worry about it. I asked to check that the small deficiency you seem to have was related to PH. They look fine TBF just a little hungry. Rule of thumb is in lightmix, start to feed when the first set of real leaves are present.

It may also be a good idea to give these a little foliar feed. They will recover a little quicker than feeding from the roots.

Hope this helps!
Amazing, thanks for the tips Grunpy.

I'll give them some fish mix foliar later, repot and feed the roots.

Much appreciated

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grumpygrower wrote:
Organiccanna wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:57 am
grumpygrower wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:28 am
Hey Organiccanna,

How much have you been feeding as in how much nutes to a ltr and how often? Have you been adjusting the PH? What type of LED are you using too? All information will help people diagnose your issue.
Hi grumpygrower,

No nutes yet, just biobizz light mix and a little water when dry.
I do not have a ph pen at the moment, do you have any recommendations on ph pens? Blue lab seems the most popular.
I use a grow led from ikea for the seedlings.

Thanks
There's your issue buddy they're hungry. I thought they looked a bit yellow in the first pic. I had a similar issue with lightmix. I'd repot them and start to feed them ASAP.

You shouldn't need to PH when using Biobizz so don't worry about it. I asked to check that the small deficiency you seem to have was related to PH. They look fine TBF just a little hungry. Rule of thumb is in lightmix, start to feed when the first set of real leaves are present.

It may also be a good idea to give these a little foliar feed. They will recover a little quicker than feeding from the roots.

Hope this helps!
Interesting you say repot and start feeding. Just my impression was that potting up was like adding a little more time before the need for feeding. You've peaked my interest again, could your elaborate a little for me?

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GMO wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:36 pm
grumpygrower wrote:
Organiccanna wrote:
Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:57 am


Hi grumpygrower,

No nutes yet, just biobizz light mix and a little water when dry.
I do not have a ph pen at the moment, do you have any recommendations on ph pens? Blue lab seems the most popular.
I use a grow led from ikea for the seedlings.

Thanks
There's your issue buddy they're hungry. I thought they looked a bit yellow in the first pic. I had a similar issue with lightmix. I'd repot them and start to feed them ASAP.

You shouldn't need to PH when using Biobizz so don't worry about it. I asked to check that the small deficiency you seem to have was related to PH. They look fine TBF just a little hungry. Rule of thumb is in lightmix, start to feed when the first set of real leaves are present.

It may also be a good idea to give these a little foliar feed. They will recover a little quicker than feeding from the roots.

Hope this helps!
Interesting you say repot and start feeding. Just my impression was that potting up was like adding a little more time before the need for feeding. You've peaked my interest again, could your elaborate a little for me?

translated from the bongo of the canna jungle
Thanks for the question GMO, it all depends on the type of media being used. Organiccanna is using lightmix. Lightmix carries only a very small amount of food (about a week) and is designed for loading with bottled nutrients. When using BioBizz it's very hard to overfeed being an organic fertilizer and the goodies within the soil may not be immediately available to the plant but the bottled nutrients will be. This is why I also advised a foliar feed. If the plants were happy, I'd advise to plant and water them in, then feed on the next watering session. The only reason why I know is my first lot done exactly the same in LightMix and taking the action above brought them around within a couple of days. If he was using All mix then he wouldn't feed for the first 10 - 14 days and BaxMix 4 - 6 weeks.
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Post by jimmi2scoops »

Looks like it could be caused by slight shock to me, more than likely by cooler temps and not always above ground, keep the roots warm and don`t feed proper cold water at least room temp .
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