Always find out as much as you can about the genetics of a strain before you decide to grow it. Curly cannabis leaves can be completely avoided if you know how to keep your plants healthy. First grow problem – Edges of leaves are curling up? Question: What do I do if the edges of my cannabis leaves are curling up?
A friend suggestted that the issue may be low humidity. I live in a dry area so the humidity in my house is normally below 20%. However, when I checked the humidty in my grow tent, it was 36% so I’m not actually sure it’s actually too low. More grow details: 250W HID, 2x3x5 grow tent with 4″ inline fan. Seeds germinated in rockwool and transplanted into 4 gallon smart pots w/ mix of peat moss and perlite. Fox Farms Nutrient Trio for nutes – following the dosing schedule but started with 1/2 doses for the first week. pH of water is 6.5-6.6 and runoff from pots tested at 6.4-6.6. This looks like the result of excessive heat , root problems (possibly from overwatering) and/or suffering from extreme humidity levels (such as very high or low humidity).
When the the serrated edges of marijuana leaves curls or tipped up like that, it’s often a sign of temperature stress, overwatering/root problems or extreme humidity levels. This plant was overwatered and living in high heat, which is what caused these symptoms. When the problem is low humidity, the leaf will also often fold in the middle, like a taco. Is there a hot spot around these plants from the grow light? You mentioned that this is happening to only some of your plants. If this is happening to the plants which are closest to your grow light, that’s a hint that the problem may be temperature related. If your light is simply too close, you can move the bulb further away from these plants and this issue may resolve itself. However, these leaves are showing symptoms of heat stress, without light stress (burning / spotting), so it’s more likely that the light is a good distance away and the heat just isn’t being controlled properly. If plants are also droopy, it’s likely you’re dealing with watering or root problems. When growing with hot HID lights, good ventillation and an exhaust fan will go a long way towards preventing all these problems. If the whole grow area is too hot with stagnant air, you will want to consider venting out all that extra heat. Having good air movement, like a small fan in your grow tent blowing over the tops of your plants, can help prevent hot spots from forming directly under your grow lights. In general, if it’s too hot for you to be comfortable, it’s too hot for your plants. Here you can find all info about Orange Skunk from Expert Seeds . If you are searching for information about Orange Skunk from Expert Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy or User Comments for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information - or list all Orange Skunk Strains (±2) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! Orange Skunk is an indica/sativa variety from Expert Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse . Expert Seeds' Orange Skunk is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds. Orange Skunk is claimed by Expert Seeds to be the absolute best Orange strain available today. It got its name from the almost overwhelming smell of oranges and other freshly cut citrus fruits. It is a 50/50 indica/sativa cannabis strain which can display marvellous colours of maroon and purple when exposed to cool night-time temperatures close to the end of the flowering period. Orange Skunk was created by crossing a strain called Orange Velvet with another called Jack the Ripper. Apart from the delicious aroma Orange Skunk has other very positive traits; with 21.6% THC the effect is very strong bordering on trippy. In addition it is a prodigious yielder that produces between 600 - 700 gr/m2 indoors and up to 1150 gr/plant outdoors. Flowering time is a respectable 55 - 65 days indoors; outdoors in the northern hemisphere growers can expect a late September finish. Maximum production is gained from plants that have been trained into a bush pattern.
THC CONTENT 21.6% YIELD Indoors: 600 - 700 gr/m2; Outdoors: up to 1150 gr/plant GROWS Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors FLOWERING TIME 55 - 65 days HARVEST MONTH Late September TASTE / FLAVOUR Citrus, Orange EFFECT Strong. Orange Skunk from Expert Seeds is available only as feminized seeds.
In 3 seedbanks, we found 15 offers between EUR 10.56 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 351.45 for 45 feminized seeds.