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Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by FerretWrangler, Nov 9, 2017.
Boy or too early to tell?
It does look suspect @FerretWrangler well spotted! I'd wait a few days just to be sure
Cool. How will i know definitively that its a boy if it is? There are also a good few with hairs, but i havent changed the lights.
It'll be clear in a couple of days, it's almost certainly male but it pays to be sure.
And nothing can be done with it if its male?
You could use them for mulch on top of the soil, that's what I usually do.
How many are showing sex now?
There is alot of this kinda stuff which i guess is too early.
And here is the one i suspect to be a boyyo
Shit lemme try to get a better shot of the boy.
Here we go. Now im confused.
By the end of next week you'll be able to tell on most of them.
This is a good image of a male
Another useful image for sexing (this ones Female)
Don't confuse the stipules for female flowers
From the pics it looks like Nitrogen is locked out by ph (see below), try recalibrating your ph pen and recheck on next watering.
Signs of Nitrogen Deficiency
Leaves start turning pale green
Yellowing of the lower leaves
Browning of leaves
Yellowing of the veins of a marijuana leaf
Looks like over watering
Wilting Leaves break off
Slow growth rate during vegetative stage
I've got some paper strips around. I'm not looking forward to all that hopefully thats the problem though because that sounds about right.
Are you using paper strips to test ph? If so they aren't very accurate at all my friend and that could be the root of your problem.
No, I've been using the ph pen that I've recalibrated twice now... if the pen is innaccurate, the strips are innaccurate, and the rusty probe i tossed out was innaccurate, then what in the world can i do? I'm so broke, i cant afford to keep buying solution to recalibrate something that will need recalibrated again in a month.
Is there a better tool for checking ph or an easier way to calibrate one?
Most bottled water states the ph on the side of the bottle, like evian and other brands, even the cheap ones here.
You can use this to give you an indication if you are reading accurately or not
To be honest the cheap ph pens rarely need recalibrating so it's odd if it's already out, even over a year my old one would only move by .1 or .2
Would you like me to send you my old ph meter? it's only a cheap one and I haven't used it for years but it works fine.
Good thought on the bottled water, that'll make calibrating alot easier Ive actually got the same one as Al, and its probably very similar to yours. The more I've been thinking the more im convinced it was the tea. It read at 6.2 when aerated... which I've heard will give you a false high reading when the water is full of oxygen. I'll get a bottled water before the plants get thirsty just in case though.
Yes makes sense, they were looking nice and perky prior to the tea!