Is this mold or old fan leafs dying?

Hello, I was wondering if this is mold or just the fan Leary’s dying off, only my biggest girl is being affect witch I’ll include pics of her and the others, yes they are wet due to I just sprayed them! Please let me know

these are my others plants

What are u spraying on them? I wouldnt spray then in flowering?

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@Killadruid you right I should prolly not spray her anymore I’ll stop doing that, I only did it for the ladybugs so they could drink
@RandomlyRan it’s a bag seeds asking with all my other plants, they are in a green house, and I’ve only fed her 3 times in her whole life span, I feed her a ph of 6-6.5, I have not tested the runoff lately but last reading was 6.7 and for my ventilation system I have 3 fans in there and I pop the hatch open!

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Also I did pull off like 10 dead leafs yesterday

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Looking good buddy, once dried take a pic without wet leaves to see what you’ve got going on

@Mrcrabs Ok I hope it’s not mold, wouldn’t my other plants have it to?

I’m not to familiar with mold but I’m thinks there’s a h20 solution you can make to get rid of it

@Mrcrabs ok let me know if u find out how to make the solution just Incase it is, I’ll send. Dry pic in a couple of hours

I didn’t see mold but looked like salts dried on the leaves. Spray your plants down with a 50/50 solution of 3% peroxide and distilled water. Do that every 2 or 3 days. Won’t hurt em and will nuke mold. It should also rinse off any salts accumulated on plant material.

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I have similar brown patches on mine, which are also in a greenhouse. Nice plants. :seedling:

@Myfriendis410 gots you covered, @Floridabud that’s the recipe I was looking for, sound advice as always myfriend

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I love the lil :beetle:…have you named her yet? She looks like a Matilda or Madeline maybe Dot. LoL I didn’t see any mold btw… I’ve foliar fed up to 4 weeks of flower. They say not past that for sure but I have pretty serious airflow, just trying to help settle the nerves is all - not a real big deal you got this​:+1:

What is the common cause of brown leaf tips? Mine are in a greenhouse also.

@Senor_Dipshit I was told my plants had heat stress about a month ago witch I then put a tarp over it and my plants came back to life, a month later I took it off and she’s in flower!

Heat stress is a possibility, yet I’m in Scotland dreaming of heat. It’s an average temperature of 27 Celsius in the daytime now. Outside is only around 14. Now have a small heater in there at night which seems to keep it around 20 degrees.

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2 things - i love the name dipshit :+1: mostly nute/light burn
Two - fellow Florida grower in the house, sweet!!!

Haha, it’s an honest and adequate description of myself. More likely nutrient burn in my case.