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It looks like you have serious N toxicity going on which will affect flower quality. Can you fill this out and be as complete as possible.

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I have zero nitrogen being fed…using coco coir soil…salts…filtered or spring water…
12/12 flowering lights…no humidifier at this stage…staying between 50 and 65…
Since this is my first grow pls explain where you see the effects of too much N

Ok…i see on the tips of leaves a little…i understand that part.
Ty for pointing it out.

My friend took words from my mouth stop the n at week 2 of flower well reduce it never cease to give any nutes but flower requires a diff ratio of NPK

What can u been feeding it that has 0 nitrogen NPK first number is nitrogen most amendments and base nutes have it cal mag has nitrogen bloom nutes even have nitrogen I dont think you understand the NPK on you nutrient bottle read the back of your nutes u are probally giving nitrogen and dont realize

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Dark green leaves drooping slight clawing at tips and that yellowing looks like advanced n tox. Could be over watering as well and that could be compounded with nitrogen tox