Gizmo2908

plant leaves turning yellow

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i have a 3 week old plant from seed and for some reason it started of fine bit small for 3 weeks, then a couple of days ago the bottom leaves started to turn yellow im on 0.8ec in coco and am stuck as to what to do, any help will be appreciated

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Hello maybe nutrient deficiency with 0,8ec at 3 weeks....

 

If you have some pictures that will be more easy to help you 😉

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Will get some up soon, just fed them with a 1.0 ec with a background ec of 0.4 

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Normally you can put 1,1-1,3ec in grow phase with 3weeks plant. But thas depend of many different factors.

 

What's your setup? PH, temp °c, watering strategy, lamp, pot, etc

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ph is 5.8 temps are steady im only using compact cfls with a 6400k rating, its in canna coco feeding vitalink a+b coir max

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It is coco + perlite? 

 

Next watering when your substrat are ready for a watering, you can increase your nutrients to 1,3 ec  😉

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