Name this deficiency?

I thought this was a good example of a deficiency and it’s progression in the leaves.

I’m thinking Nitrogen because theses are all from my lower leaves on the outdoor grow but maybe a cal mag thing? Opinions?

And I’m not talking the cause of it like ph or anything just simple deficiency identification for a better understanding of plant health

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A pic of the whole plant will be helpful. It is normal for bottom leaves to yellow and fall off as the plant natures.


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First guess nitrogen and too much heat or direct sun

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Wasn’t trying to do the whole support ticket thing as I know these are in pretty good health just looking for some insight on what the plant is telling me. I am aware that they will do this as there life progresses @MidwestGuy

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Plants look fine. maybe give them some more nitrogen.

It’s normal for lower leaves to do that.

It looks to be an early stage of nitrogen deficiency.

Definitely a nitrogen deficiency as long as your not past week 3 in flower give them some nitrogen.