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Soil Growers: 1. Are you growing from seed or clones? seed 2. How old are your plants? about a month 3. How tall are your plants? 1 ft 4. What size containers are they planted in? 4" x 4" square pot 5. What is your soil mix? 3B Mix augmented w/ worm castings/perlite/verm 6. How often do you water and what type of water do you use? once a week, regular ph6.5 water 7. What is the pH of your water? 8. What kind of fertilizer do you use and what is its NPK ratio? so far just Alaska Fish Fert 1-1-1 9. Do you foliar feed or spray your plants with anything? recently yes, with just a bit of floralicious bloom at rate of 1ml per liter 10. What kind of lights do you use and how many watts combined? (HPS, MH, fluorescent, halogen, incandescent "plant lights") 600 w MH 11. How close are your lights to the plants? 16 inches 12. What size is your grow space in square feet? 3x2 13. What is the temperature and humidity in your grow space? temp-70 humidity at about 30% 14. What is the pH of the soil? runoff reads at about 6.8 15. Have you noticed any insect activity in your grow space? just fungus gnats 16. How much experience do you have growing?about a year w/ plants (8 w/ mycology ) **** not sure how this is relevant to a plant's health.
So the stems are practically red/purple. They're in a light soil/perlite/worm castings mix. I've been supplementing waterings with alaska fish fertilizer.
As you can see, the stems look thin and have a "woody" feel. I've added some cns17 ripe to the soil (1-5-4). What do you guys think is wrong?
-------------------- I am not a cannabis grower. I find the cannabis growers to be the most open to experimenting and sharing out of all of the different botany groups I enjoy. I frequently use the suggestions that I find to apply to own organic gardening and food production.
I would say a sulphur deficiency based on the pics and the way you describe the "woody" feel. Those plants are definitely past the point of being able to be healthy on just 1-1-1 You need to give them some better veg and micro nutes now.