I went away for the labor day weekend and made sure I watered pretty deeply prior to leaving. I came home to my plant looking lifeless and most of the fan leaves yellow or burnt. I pulled off most of the dead leaves, watered slowly, and the plant seems to have perked up over the past two days. I was just at the end of veg and the beginning of flower. I seem to be getting some new green growth up top, but my pistils which were white prior to leaving are now a brown/orange color. Is there anything I can do to salvage the plant and get anything by harvest? I’ve been using fox farm nutes following the week 5 schedule of all three. Should I continue to just water and hold off on feeding? Any advice would is appreciated. I’ll try and get a photo tomorrow.
I’ll wait for the pictures.
Me too, thats what ill do!
Most if not all of the sugar leaves are still green and I am seeing new growth at the bottom and top of the plant.
She definitely looks hungry, and I would recommend Continuing to feed. New growth looks good, so whatever you’re doing, you’re doing it right. Definitely add the bloom boosters.
@Covertgrower Here are some update pics. I’ve kept up with a regular feeding schedule and seem to be watering more now in flower. My concern is that the fan leaves I have remaining are yellowing/browning and the new ones seem to be as well. I cut back on nitrogen and upped the flowering nutes last time. Should I keep my nitrogen up throughout flower since I don’t have any fan leaves for the plant to use?