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Yellowing leaf edges


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What's up GC, I have 3 plants going on in FFOF and fox farms full nute line up. I have some slight yellowing at the leaf tips in the middle on two of the plants. I was hoping someone could shed some light on what's going on with the girls. Thanks in advanced.

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looks like nute burn, not 100% sure tho! they don't look too bad, what's the strain?

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It's not yellowing on the leaf margins, it's becoming necrotic at the leaf tips. If the oldest & lowest leaves (not just the fan leaves) showed the problem first, then BoB is probably correct about the nutrient burn. If it started on the lower but full-sized fan leaves, it's likely Phosphorus deficiency.

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looks like nute burn, not 100% sure tho! they don't look too bad, what's the strain?


Strain unknown. Whatever they are they smell delicious!

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It's not yellowing on the leaf margins, it's becoming necrotic at the leaf tips. If the oldest & lowest leaves (not just the fan leaves) showed the problem first, then BoB is probably correct about the nutrient burn. If it started on the lower but full-sized fan leaves, it's likely Phosphorus deficiency.


I was thinking the same thing as far as the p def. The affected plants also have some purple on the fan leave stems.


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