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Boron Deficiency

Problem: New Growth is Thick Twisted or Abnormal, Brown Spots A Boron deficiency in cannabis is relatively rare. What is known of the enigmatic role of Boron as a micro-nutrient is that it is essential for healthy and normal plant growth. Boron has a narrow margin of deficiency and toxicity in plants but the signs …

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Copper Deficiency

Copper an Essential Copper is an essential nutrient throughout a plant’s life cycle. Its role in the formation of cell walls, chlorophyll production and other metabolic process’s directly affect photosynthesis and respiration. Luckily its only needed in very low quantities.   While the right amount of Copper is nessicary for normal plant growth and development …

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Fungus Gnats

Fungus Gnats: Sciarid Flies also Known as Bradysia Paupera Fungus gnats are an invasive pest, spending most of their lives causing damage to your plant’s internals and root zones, growers of various mediums need to take precautions and reactive measures once an infestation has occurred. Fungus Gnats As an adult the sciarid flies or fungus …

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Iron Deficiency

If you are seeing interveinal chlorosis in new leaves and new growth you may be experiencing an iron deficiency.  Characterized by yellowing leaf’s with necrotic margins, iron deficiencies will stunt growth and limit a plants potential and overall health.  Iron is a necessary component in the creation of chlorophyll as well as other enzymes. Iron …

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Leaf Septoria / Leaf Blotch

Leaf Septoria or leaf blotch is known to cause damage to many crops and cannabis is no exception. Usually affecting lower leaves this fungus tends to be seen most in early spring and summer and not as much in winter.  When dealing with early onset of Septoria you will notice chlorotic specks that become irregularly …

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How To Avoid Cannabis Light Burn

Understanding Cannabis Light Burn   Symptoms When you notice your cannabis plants starting to turn yellow or otherwise exhibit signs of stress on the leaves that are the closest proximity to the source of light and/or heat, it is possible you have light burn.  You may also notice your leaf curling into a tube or …

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Manganese Deficiency

Leaves are becoming yellow and developed brown spots. You will see first signs of a manganese deficiency in the stem of each leaf, yellowing between the veins and then moving toward leaf tips. As the deficiency progress’s you will also see stunted growth as well as leaves cracking and shredding apart and falling off. Because …

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Molybdenum Deficiency

Molybdenum an essential micronutrient Molybdenum is a micronutrient utilized by your plant to synthesize amino acids and is needed in very small quantities. Molybdenum also helps in nitrite/inorganic phosphorus conversion to usable forms to uptake. Toxicities and deficiencies in cannabis are rare with deficiencies being the more common of the two. Deficiencies can be easily …

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Nitrogen Deficiency

Nitrogen Deficiency Nitrogen One of the Big Three Major nutrients: Nitrogen in its most common forms used by plants, Ammonium, Urea, Nitrate need to be readily available in your media, in order for proper growth at all stages of plant life. Nitrogen is a mobile nutrient moving around the plant as needed.  Nitrogen has a …

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