Hi folks, as you may know I have a couple of plants that were destined for outdoors but ended up staying inside and put on an auto pot system thanks to the frosts going on longer than normal (and me probably being a bit eager).
Now I think one of them may have a problem. She's yellowing up at a rate of knots, literally gone from healthy last night to sickly today.
I got her out of the tray and started a flush, but the EC out was 0.1 above my background, so I reckon she's not locked out.
Temps have been 30*C over the last few days As I've had to get the dehumidifier in there.
I did notice a faint whiff of stagnant water when flushing, but the roots out the bottom of the pot are white and the smell soon went with a bit more water through her.
She's nowhere near cooked enough and I don't know how old she is?
If it is root rot, you guys n gals reckon I can keep her going till chop? Or should I just kill it with fire and move on?
The other plant as a healthy colour guide. DSCF2868.JPG 183.05KB 0 downloads
Stupid sideways camera pictures.