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This just started about 2 weeks ago, and so far has only really hit these leaves pictured, but I'm at a loss as to what it could be. My other two plants are fucking rocking out, so I'm really baffled as to why this one is starting to yellow out at the bottom
yeah, it's the necrosis I was kinda confused about. I've also tried upping the nitrogen input a little and haven't really seen any significant results. Only a tiny amount though, I guess next feeding I'll step it up considerably and see if that helps
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I'll check the runoff next feeding, but I've been doing this exact same formula for 6 months now and I've never had any issues so I stopped checking it about 2 months ago. I don't see why it would change up all of a sudden, but I'll give the pot a good hard flush tomorrow and test the pH before and after
I just did a quick plain water flush and the pH came out around 6.3ish. I'm hitting them with 2 gallons of floraKleen solution right now to completely clear the system and then resume nutes as normal. I only use the GH floramicro and Flora bloom, at a 1:2 ratio, so I guess I'll step up the micro a couple ml to increase nitrogen on the next feeding and see if that helps.
Would there be any problem if I fed her the nutes at 2 when I get home from class if the light is going to turn off an hour later? I don't want all those nutes to burn it if she can't photosynthesize right away