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Old 06-17-2012, 11:25 PM
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Good day, all,
I've been experimenting with eliminating the 'veg' completely (see 'Clones from Ready to Harvest Plants' under Indoor Grow). ONE of 3 plants currently growing is showing some kind of 'stress' with strange 'Leaf Curl'. Only 6 leaves have been affected, so far. The other two plants show No Signs of this curl. Has anyone seen this before?
This grow is 1k HPS, DWC in 7 Gallon Cubes with plenty of air to the roots. All plants are fed with the same Nutes at the same time in the semi-sealed grow room with CO2. Day Temps are 83 F with 50% Humidity. Nite Temps are 72 F with the Roots maintained at 70 F.
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The only time I see this is when revegging. Doesnt seem to have too much of an effect though and they usually always snap out of it.
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Old 06-18-2012, 10:00 AM
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The only time I see this is when revegging. Doesnt seem to have too much of an effect though and they usually always snap out of it.
Yes, quite common during reveg but I have also seen it happen on a seed grown DJ Short Blueberry on a couple of early leaves.
Never been a problem though.

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Old 06-18-2012, 11:47 PM
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Default Strange Leaf Curl

Thanks for the input. It's better to check it out before it becomes a large problem. If anything 'stranger' happens, I'll post here.
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Old 06-19-2012, 04:12 AM
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4 possibilities

1) too cold water
2) fed too early
3) too high humidity
4)PH
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Old 06-19-2012, 04:14 AM
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or just a natural deformity
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Old 06-20-2012, 12:08 AM
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4 possibilities

1) too cold water
2) fed too early
3) too high humidity
4)PH
1) 70 F Root Temp. Too Cold???
2) Started with bloom nutes 1/2 strength
3) 50% Humidity should be fine
4) pH ran 5.85 - Adjusted twice daily - *Lowest 5.79 * Highest 6.0

I'm sure SOME 'nute shock' took place. Previous grows of this style were fed the same way WITHOUT leaf curl.

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Old 06-21-2012, 05:03 PM
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All genetics are the same?? What are the genetics... Fem or reg....

Pretty odd if they are clones all from same plant...

Recirculating dwc with res or individuals???

If individual are you checking each pod for ph/ppm...

Adding nutrients as concentrate or diluting first???

I'll try and find your other thread... Any updated pics??

Have a good one

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Old 06-22-2012, 12:51 AM
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All genetics are the same?? What are the genetics... Fem or reg....

Pretty odd if they are clones all from same plant...

Recirculating dwc with res or individuals???

If individual are you checking each pod for ph/ppm...

Adding nutrients as concentrate or diluting first???

I'll try and find your other thread... Any updated pics??

Have a good one

OG
O in front G,
1) Genetics are all MNS - NH and SSH regular seeds.
2) I've used 8 different, normally grown plants to take clones from. All SEEM to follow the same growth patterns. I've yet to find a 'problem' clone.
3) DWC; NON-recirculating but 'auto top off' with pH adjusted water keeping the levels consistent.
4) pH and ppm are checked/adjusted 3 to 4 times daily.
5) Nutes are mixed separate then exchanged for used nutes - I find less shock this way.
6) New photos to come next week.
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Old 06-22-2012, 01:02 AM
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Hey uph2

After reading the other thread I would clearly count out something root wise causing the issue... You seem to have something special going on and I believe you are the one that should be giving me advice in the near future...

Now I will say through personal experience that if everything is healthy as your plants definitely seem to be then I would take a stab that it has to do with the cloning and switching of light schedules... Would assume it would be mutated but really you are kind of messing with nature for sure here so a typical looking plant may not be the best... Often plants with mutations are touted to have that special potency or smell or flavor... Interested to see the pics...

Have a good one sir... Much respect..

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