Hello guys! I have had my plant in 12/12 lighting for about a month and I seem to be getting burnt tips and edges… I water roughly every two days about 1/2 gal of water depending if the top few inches of my soil feel dry. I was giving nutes every week, but haven’t the last week to try to rule that out. My temps vary from 60(my extreme low) to 90(my extreme high) and humidity from 40(my extreme low) to 70(my extreme high) in a course of a week. The plant seems to be fine other wise so not really sure what the main cause is. Any info would be great! Thanks!
Please post pics taken in natural (white) light. It’s impossible to see anything with the burple lighting.
The most common cause of burned tips and edges is nitrogen toxicity.
I’m with @MidwestGuy for the nitrogen burn, but have a few follow up questions. 1.) do you have good airflow throughout your tent?, 2.) how long have they been in the same soil?, 3.) do you have any tiny fungus flies around ( if you see 1 you’ve got 100)?, 4.) how far away is your light from the top of the canopy?, 5.) the organic dusting of fertilizer you placed for a top dressing, did you follow their instructions or did you do 1/4-1/2 of the recommended dosage rate?, and finally 6.) is your soil very compacted or fluffy to allow proper aeration of the soil?
Lights are about 3 feet from the top most part of the plant, air flow seems good(tent seems be sucked in), soil appears to be fluffy(drains good), using the same soil for 3months or so, I have not applied a top dressing.
Need natural light pics…