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thomase(SouthAustralia)October 26, 2004

Hi all Have a plant that has yellow viens in the leaves. timer set for 5min every hour. using Dutchmaster (red cap)nutrient. Other plants now well established that were raised the same way, can I correct this and what am I doing wrong?

TomH

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adrianag(AL z7)

What's your EC? Sounds like a nutrient deficiency, not a timing problem. You might try increasing your nutrient strength by 10-25% to see if this corrects it.

Otherwise it might be a magnesium deficiency..but could also be manganese or iron.

    Bookmark   October 27, 2004 at 1:15AM
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SirTanon(z9 AZ)

Could be tough to say exactly. Most often, Magnesium deficiency results in greener veins with yellower leaves between them.

Iron could be the problem. It often results in veins AND leaves turning yellow. Of course, if your PH is too high, your iron will become less and less available as your PH rises, until around 8 it becomes almost completely unavailable. Might want to check your pH.

Manganese will look more like mottling(small spots) starting near the stem and working out.. like this:

    Bookmark   October 27, 2004 at 5:15AM
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