Your in small pots and are running soil clearly, looks like your 3 or 4 weeks into flower so they have used evey bit of nutrients in the soil.
Most of the organic raw materials your adding take time to breakdown and then be absorbed by the plant. Personally that’s why I don’t
@AAA , omg… i LOVE that. i was just working on a costing issue with a formula. i was struggling a little but then read this post. i tossed it into my 7 gallon pot next to my desk (just potted up). i feel better already!!! WOW, that was easy
You will be good to go. Once your soil is “settled” and the microbes are working top dressing with compost and bokashi seems to work for me. Just a little. I also water with coconut water almost every time I water.
The key is moderation. All too often we diagnose issues, possibly incorrect, dump a bunch of additives in/on, and end up creating a bigger problem. Then we start throwing more stuff at the plant. They need time to recover, just like people.
It will if it has nitrogen sources in it.
Be aware that your leafs will never recover, as your in flower the only thing you can do is prevent further damage.
Teas are broken down and a more available nutrient it’s basically organic version of feeing nutrients.
So do you know what type of tea your going to feed?
This is something outside of my personal experience but just trying to guide you on the right path.
Ps @AAA made me laugh out loud “late on your rent? Pot up!”