I have a Dutch Passions Strawberry Cough that is, as of today, 2 weeks and 3 days into flower. The sad part is she is looking a little rough. The fan leaves on the lower parts of the plant are yellowing drastically, the stems of the fan leaves are turning purple as well, and everyday I am picking up dead fan leaves off the soil. The fan leaves at the top have been losing color and even showing small brown spots. I am suspicious of this being a result of an Extreme Serene foliar feed that some leaves were unable to shake off or rinse off after any plain water foliar feed. I am currently growing in a 7 gallon smart pot aerated container. I am using Roots Organic Greenfields soil, and have started using the Roots Organic nutes in a feed, water, water schedule. I do check the ph of the run off, one of which during a nutrient feeding the ph was as low as 4.5! This to me was not acceptable so I immediately flushed with water that was 6.5. Other times during the standard water feed, the runoff has been at 5.5. So, you can see as of lately I have not been able to lock in a good ph. I am not sure if the plant is sick because of nute burn, or if its a deficiency as a result of nutes being locked out in the random ph. To say the least I do need some help to get her back to healthy again. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Lastly, one of the stems is flattened all the way to a top cola that looks like a peculiar siamese flower. Everything I have read on it seems to say its just a random mutation, but in that, I am concerned about making clones. Advice on this is equally appreciated. Plenty of pics below. Thank you to anyone taking the time to help a fellow newb, I am trying the best to learn as much as I can, but deficiencies for me are hard to depict. I am not exactly colorblind, but close.