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October 23rd, 2020

Cannabis Nutrient Disorders

Giantweed Canada has reprinted the article Cannabis Nutrient Disorders from Cannabis Training University.

Marijuana Nutrient Disorders. Marijuana leaf.

Why are my cannabis leaves turning yellow? It’s a very common question, and possibly the result of a cannabis nutrient disorder in your soil. Cannabis nutrient disorders are extremely common with cannabis gardens. Indoor cannabis gardens are more commonly affected by nutrient disorders than outdoor gardens are. There are three macronutrients that must be considered when growing marijuana, (N) Nitrogen, (P) Phosphorus, and (K) Potassium. During the different growth phases of the cannabis life cycle the plants require different concentrations of these macronutrients. During vegetative growth it is best to have high nitrogen content and low phosphorus content. For the flowering stage it is […]

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