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    Default yellow leaves

    edges of leaves are yellow any idea
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    It's not in focus, but if you mean the tips then it looks like salt burn.
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    look at the edge also yellow sorry not a good picture taker,lol
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    i really hope i get this dialed in..2 plants are showing the same problem..yellow on tips and edges of leaves
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    hey jam, what soil are you using, and what have you fed them so far?

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    Shouldnt need to feed them anything yet, You started these a couple weeks ago right. If you have been feeding them then flush em with water. Should get you back in order then. If you havent done that then I cant help you cause its probebly somthing else.
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    nothing but ro water and fox farm ocean blend soil
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    jam is it a nute sensitive strain the ffof has some feed in it, it may be to hot. some people add a little cal-mag in the seedling stage to help with any deficiency. you probably have already done this. but flush them that will help till you get it figured out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jam View Post
    nothing but ro water and fox farm ocean blend soil
    The fox farm soil has fertilizer nutrients added to the soil. Most likely a little too hot for the seedling.
    Recommend flushing with r.o. water.
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    flushing today thanks right now i have some of epics auto flowering strains and some subcool strains the two that are showing this problem are the reg from subcool
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jam View Post
    flushing today thanks right now i have some of epics auto flowering strains and some subcool strains the two that are showing this problem are the reg from subcool
    be sure they are ready for watering/flushing

    im a bit surprised, i was expecting to hear it was the autos doing it as in general autos tend to be more nute sensitive right from start to finish , thats just in general though , ive got about 60 right now close to finished that i never went more then 3/4 strength on and they yellowed quite early

    id say transplant them and into a seedling soil or a medium thats got no nutes , still into a small pot , but a bit bigger then what they are in now and flush em good at transplant , burry them right up to the first leaves

    best of luck

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    What strain is that automatic of Epic's that you are growing? Hope you get a handle on this jam,
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    now i got a auto showing this problem any ideas next plant is of another auto showing a comparison there in fox farm ocean blend soil feeding nothing but ro water..2 inches from floros..what can i do to save her please..Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jam View Post
    now i got a auto showing this problem any ideas next plant is of another auto showing a comparison there in fox farm ocean blend soil feeding nothing but ro water..2 inches from floros..what can i do to save her please..Click image for larger version. 

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    the second pic doesnt appear to be in any imediate danger, but in my heartfelt honest opinion the first one looks done for if its an auto and not photo, if photo it and its roots might recover

    i can send you more seeds , autos and photos if you want to kill any that are suffering now

    i advise always starting seedlings (auto or photo) in a nuteless medium and not feeding them until they pass seedling stage or the cotyledon leaves start to yellow they will eventually even if fed, feeding will only prolong their life leaving you at risk of burning the plants and possibly their root system as well

    i stand by advice i gave earlier , get them into a soil that has zero nutes , that includes slow release

    best of luck

    edit, i just re read your post and see the damaged plant is an auto, i hate saying this and feel bad for you, but honestly i believe you should kill it as 99 times out of 100 if an auto suffers this way early on it finishes at pretty much that size if it even does finish, leaving not even enough yield for more then one bowl or a small joint

    edit 2, when feeding with RO water its good to use added calmag, especially with autos as in general they seem to be calmag hogs

    so maybe give that plant a shot and see if it regains vigor for life

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    Listen to the man Jam, Epic is right with the auto's. If they have any stress in the begining of life they will suffer for sure. Very low nute soil at the start of life is very important at least for the first 20 days or so. Calcium is a great additive, I crush crawfish and mussle shells into powder then add it to my new soil. Along with any deer antelers Charlie finds for me. You will get a handle on it I know it. Good luck. K.I.M.
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    Speaking of deer, it sounded to me like the local wolves got one yesterday morning.

    Unless they went after a neighbours dog..

    Sounded close but no tracks were visible around my house and I'm not up for exploring to find out what happened.

    On the subject of deer though, I've caught them snagging a cherry tomato or two

    I really don't mind It was a sweet100 hybrid and made plenty. I could afford to share a few given how well the vines did that year, the next year was exponentially better but with larger beefsteak tomatoes so apparently too large for the deer to bother with.

    I had considered planting a few dotted plants along their trails to keep them away from my personal veggie garden (tomato is a fruit ) but it was not necessary and would have been much like planting grass in a meadow or trees in a forest as far as they were concerned. I did however discover that rabbits seem to like unripe corn. Furthermore, they also seem to lack the ability to determine that if the first one wasn't ripe, the next ones won't be either.. but still chews down the stems like a beaver with ADD anyway.
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    what does that got to do with my problem im haveing with my plant? are you a hijacker
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    Aww @#$%

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    Honestly, the easy way of getting seeds going if you are having troubles is to use peat pucks. They have no nutes, just keep em moist, and once the seedling has pushed roots through and has good growth put it in the FF. As long as the FF is fresh and still moist, wait a few days to water. The FF ocean blend has enough nutes out of the bag that you can sustain a plant for 2-4 weeks maybe even longer under just fluorescent and not HID.

    Even in light nute charged mediums like promix, you have to pretty much flush it before planting your seed. I just water it till there is more than a few dribbles of runoff and wait a couple days.

    Hope we can get you on track brother.

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    I have a plant that is about 1 foot high, a Darkstar that I would love to save, that is so yellow I am sure that I will lose her also.

    I cannot seem to upload a photo, at the moment!

    Yellowing leaves all over with necrosis on some leaves.

    The Darkstar is in soil, a fairly easy going soil mix.

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