Day 20 of First Grow - Firm Leaves and Stunted Growth

#21

Not sure what you’re referring to here wolf, elaborate please :+1::v::joy:

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#22

Whenever you decide to plant the seed you want to plant it in the same pot you want to finish it lol mybad

#23

Wow smoking plus writing means read twice before sending :rofl::rofl::rofl:

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#24

Update:

Contacted Grobo support and had the recipe updated to Auto Generic.

Now I’m seeing some spotting on the leaves - a concern?

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#25

Yep, you seem to have a ph issue from what I’m seeing. Send in a Support ticket, And Stephen could check your data. :+1::v:

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#26

Thanks Jerry! You are on top of this! :smile:

#27

Yeah at Wolf, I’ve done that before with good results as well. But I typically start in a solo cup, then replant her in a three or 5 gallon bucket. Next soil grow, I’m going to use a 7 gallon air pipe. She’ll be a beast.:+1::v:

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#28

No worries at Morgan. Glad to help when I can. Just make sure you get a support ticket into at Stephen ASAP. He’ll be able to tweak your system so the pH is proper. It’s probably because of the recipe change. Not a big deal. She’ll come back strong. Good luck happy to help.:+1::v:

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#29

I still think you should try putting her in the 7 gal from the beginning and you’ll have even better results try as an experiment it was a freebie anyway right? :facepunch:t4::sunglasses:

#30

Ohhh, I think we crossed wires somewhere along the line. I’m throwing the auto in the grobo. Will start a mystic gorilla, or royal gorilla :gorilla:, in my 7gal air pot. And yes my intention is to start it in the air pot lol :+1::v::joy::exploding_head:

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#31

My next grow will be In coco

#32

@Morgan_M,

I’m sorry to see this happen… I hope ((#SupportTeam)) can fix this… :scream:

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#33

Hey @Morgan_M,

Please do submit an email to support@grobo.ca so that @GroboJason or I can take a peek at your data and make adjustments.

Thanks,
Stephen

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#34

Sorry for the delayed update here.

Managed to pull her back from the brink and things seem to be going well! Here’s a photo from a few days ago

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#35

You still seem to have issues. Is you have something like revive by advanced nutrients, it will help greatly. Also I’m introducing beneficial bacteria and getting good results. I use advanced nutrients additives and they do wonders in all media forms. Send a ticket and check your ph, or better yet if you have a ph pen (which you should, and if not should absolutely buy), you can check the ph yourself and compare it to their data. :v::v:

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#36

She’s getting healthy, but she’s not happy right now :cry:

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#37

She looks hungry for something. Something is missing.

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#38

I’ll have to grab a pH pen, thanks for the tip!

How do I know what the pH should be at various stages? I’ll have a look around the forum for that too.

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#39

My plant was looking like that. I started giving her b52 and sensi grow. For whatever reason she wasnt getting bottle #3 and was starving.

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#40

That’s exactly what was happening. Bottle #3 was full and so was #4. I talked with support and started manually feeding 1ml of #3 and #4, when doing drain and refill. Maybe I wasn’t being generous enough with the 1ml?

The nutes seem to be dosing correctly now as the liquid in the bottles is decreasing.

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